The 2019 offseason is upon us as the new league year starts in less than a month, and a handful of current Tampa Bay Buccaneers could be on the move.
The 2019 league year officially begins in March, and at that time teams may begin to reach out to make trade with other teams and shortly after, they may begin negotiating with free agents. Before free agency begins, expect Jason Licht and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to look to clear more cap space as names like Kwon Alexander and Donovan Smith are set to hit the open market and the team would love to keep them in the Bay.
While names like Brent Grimes, Ryan Fitzpatrick, and Chris Conte are unrestricted free agents not expected to be brought back in 2019, the team still finds themselves strapped for cash with only $16 million in cap space and a number of exclusive rights and restricted free agents set to negotiate in March as well.
In addition to only having $16 million in cap space at the current moment, the Bucs also only have six draft picks in the upcoming draft, and they could be looking to add more assets before April rolls around. With that being said, a handful of Bucs currently under contract could be on their way out of Tampa Bay; here are five that could be in a new uniform in 2019.