Now deep into free agency, who are more bargain players that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers could pursue as they look to fill holes with little cap space?
Since our first edition of bargains to shop for in free agency, one of the three mentioned have been signed by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Deone Bucannon while Spencer Ware and Jason Verrett still sit on the market. Now a few days into free agency, another round of bargains needs to be examined.
The Bucs were able to fill the void left by Kwon Alexander with the signing of Bucannon, and it should not be a shock to see him play some strong safety as well. Tampa Bay also brought in the 6’2 speedster Breshad Perriman to replace DeSean Jackson, who was officially traded to the Philadelphia Eagles.
Outside of these two signings, no other holes have been filled as Tampa Bay executed a punter swap, getting younger and cheaper with their special teams unit. After the re-signing of two quality depth pieces in Kevin Minter and Ryan Griffin as well as leading rusher from 2018 Peyton Barber, the Bucs are still staring quite a few holes in the face with virtually no money to work with.
Jason Licht has options to clear cap space, but for the most part still needs to scavenge the clearance rack of free agents. Here are three more potential targets that would make sense for the Bucs to reach out to.