Fournette’s decision only came one day after visiting with the New England Patriots.
The 27-year-old just finished his second season with Tampa Bay, a campaign in which he scored 180 dash attempts for 812 yards and eight touchdowns, while adding 69 receptions for 454 yards received. ball and two points in the air. Fournette’s 4.5 yards per take and 5.1 yards per touch are new career peakand his 10 touchdowns total marked his previous best, set during his rookie season in 2017.
Fournette missed the final three games of the season and their wild ring competition due to a hamstring injury, but he’s back from a group stage loss to the Los Angeles Rams, where he’s notched 13 real times now 51 yards and two touchdowns and nine more receptions on nine goals in 56 yards. Former Jacksonville Jaguar nicknamed “Playoff Lenny” after his 4 games in the Bucs’ race to win the Super Bowl LV title, where he scored 64 dashes in 300 yards and 3 touchdowns and more 18 catches for 148 yards received and one point as well.