With limited cap flexibility, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers may need to replace Adam Humphries. Here are five prospects to keep an eye on in the NFL Draft.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a few things to think about heading into the free agency and draft period. One big decision the front office must make is whether to bring back slot receiver Adam Humphries, a consistent piece of the offense for the past several years. Strapped on the books, Tampa Bay will need to prioritize their offensive line over a wide receiver room flowing over with talent in Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, and others.
Now Humphries is looking for his payday and the Bucs may not be able to pay what he is seeking with only about $17 million in cap flexibility. We have heard that the Bucs want to bring him back, but in the event that doesn’t happen here are a few options that Jason Licht and his team in Tampa Bay could look at in the 2019 draft.
While Tampa Bay would love to bring back Humphries, that may not be financially realistic and the Bucs will have to look elsewhere. With the wide receivers set to take the field in Indianapolis at the NFL Scouting Combine today, there are a few prospects to keep an eye on as they perform in the biggest job interview of their lives.