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Rotowire: Apr 24 / 2:06p ET
News: Rainey signed his one-year restricted free agent tender to remain with the Buccaneers on Friday.
Impact: Rainey began participating in the Buccaneers' offseason training program on Monday, so it comes as little surprise that he's now signed on for another season in Tampa Bay. Expect Rainey to compete with players like Doug Martin, Mike James and Charles Sims for snaps out of the backfield this season.
Rotowire: Mar 10 / 2:47p ET
News: The Bucs have offered Rainey a $1.54 million contract tender, the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Impact: The offer gives the Bucs the right to match any offer from another team, so in the absence of such a scenario, Rainey is in line to return to the Bucs' backfield mix (which also includes Doug Martin and Charles Sims) in 2015.