Nate Davis, USA TODAY Published 7:09 p.m. ET March 19, 2020 | Updated 7:30 p.m. ET March 19, 2020CLOSE SportsPulse: The NFL offseason has been lunacy, and arguably more entertaining than Netflix at this point. I mean what else do we have? Mackenzie Salmon overreacts to all of it. USA TODAYYet another high-profile name was dropped into the NFL free agent market Thursday afternoon when the Los Angeles Rams released running back Todd Gurley, declining to pay him a $10.5 million bonus that was due at 4 p.m. ET.Speculation will immediately pivot to where Gurley might land next – though he’s entering a tepid tailback market – and Tampa Bay will doubtless be a buzzy option.But probably not an ideal one for either party. I provided the Buccaneers with a seven-point checklist after news broke they would be signing quarterback Tom Brady, itemizing areas the team should address – including running back – as it ramps up for a Super Bowl run around the incoming GOAT.But, for myriad reasons, I don’t think Gurley is the sensible solution for one of Tampa Bay’s problems.Here’s why:1. Who knows how healthy he is?Gurley, an All-Pro in 2017 and 2018, started displaying knee issues near the end of

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