Even after the 2019 NFL Draft netted the Tampa Bay Buccaneers eight players, they still have holes on their roster and should explore the trade block.
April has come to a close and so has the 2019 NFL Draft. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers added eight players to their roster last weekend, but still find holes throughout their depth chart. Many players have now found themselves displaced on their current teams and could be heading for the trade block, if they are not there already.
The 2019 season is a make-or-break one which could lead to a rebuild if it does not go swimmingly. In order to ensure the best product is getting onto the field this season, general manager Jason Licht must continue to seek out talent to add to the roster and allow head coach Bruce Arians and defensive coordinator Todd Bowles to work their magic.
Licht has never been afraid to mortgage future assets to secure present talent, and this season should be no different. A number of talented players find themselves on the trade block or unwanted by their current teams and the Buccaneers should peek their head in and see what their possible worth could be.
As rookie training camp is underway and then the big boy’s training camp is set to take place in the next couple of months, here are three players the Buccaneers should get on the phone about and look to make a deal for and bring them to Tampa Bay.