With the new league year set to begin in March, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers may be in the market for some bargains and could target young, talented pieces.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers do not have a lot of wiggle room in regards to their budget and draft assets, however with aging vets that could be cut and traded as well as future picks, there are some relatively inexpensive players on the block that would not cost more than a late round pick or two. Getting younger for the Bucs must be a priority, and while a few on the trade block are going to be worth a day-two pick, it may be better value than any player selected at that position.
The Bucs have a desperate need in their secondary and along their front four on the defensive side of the ball, and it just so happens that there are valuable players on the trade block at those positions as well. With few needs along the offensive side of the ball, except for the offensive line, another playmaker or two could take the Tampa Bay offense to the next level and give Jameis Winston some more security when looking to pass.
With the start of the new league year less than a month away, Jason Licht and his team in the front office probably already have some names circled on their white board and potentially have already had calls made to other executives around the league. Here are some potential names that could be in any possible trade discussions.