With holes to still fill on their roster and limited cap space to work with, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are going to continue to shop the clearance rack.
Now entering the third week of free agency, there are still numerous quality players in free agency, some new additions that have become cap casualties as well. With only $2.8 million in cap space, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers do not have a lot of wiggle room at the current moment, but the time could be ticking on Gerald McCoy, who carries a $13 million cap hit, and others.
With holes still to fill at every level of their defense, the Buccaneers need to replace linebacker Kwon Alexander as well as adding talent to their secondary and some depth to their defensive line. With limited draft capital as well, the Buccaneers need to take advantage of any bargains that they can find on the open market.
Rumors are out there that Tampa Bay has offered a contract to cornerback Morris Claiborne, but he was not happy with the amount of money. General manager Jason Licht has done well to take advantage of bargains in free agency, and with still plenty of players out there who could be solid contributors, he needs to continue to work his magic.
Here are five additional players that the Buccaneers could explore adding at a bargain of a deal.