Other potential moves
DE Vinny Curry – Curry is having an underrated season, but his $8 million price tag could open up money to use elsewhere. Injuries slowed down his 2018, but he has been a solid complement to Jason Pierre-Paul.
DT William Gholston – The former fourth-round pick earned a nice 5-year, $27.5 million contract in 2017. Two years later, he hasn’t lived up to the payday and cutting him won’t leave any dead cap. Finding a rotational defensive lineman should be an easy task this offseason.
DT Mitch Unrein – Unrein signed with Tampa Bay this past offseason, but a concussion held him out for the entire season. When healthy, Unrein can provide solid production as a backup defensive tackle, but his injury history could make this decision easy for general manager Jason Licht.
DE Noah Spence – The former second-round pick has barely seen the field this season. Spence was once projected to be a top-tier pass rusher, but injuries have stopped his career in its tracks. If the Bucs have given up on the once-promising pass rusher, the team could release him in the coming months.
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