Could the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a move up their sleeve?

TAMPA, FL - OCTOBER 1: Wide receiver Mike Evans #13 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers makes his way through the tunnel before taking to the field with teammates before the start of an NFL football game against the New York Giants on October 1, 2017 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by Brian Blanco/Getty Images)
TAMPA, FL - OCTOBER 1: Wide receiver Mike Evans #13 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers makes his way through the tunnel before taking to the field with teammates before the start of an NFL football game against the New York Giants on October 1, 2017 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by Brian Blanco/Getty Images) /
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With two separate cap moves within a day of one another, could the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have one more move up their sleeve heading into training camp?

Last week, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers made a two of roster moves within a day of the other; could the moves be correlated or is it just a coincidence? Limited in cap space and still voids to fill, are the Buccaneers on the verge of another roster move?

First, star wide receiver Mike Evans restructured his monster deal, converting $4 million of his deal into a signing bonus and giving the Buccaneers $3.2 million of extra spending money. The very next day, the Buccaneers waived second-year running back Shaun Wilson, creating a roster spot heading into training camp.

The Buccaneers loaded up on defensive backs this offseason in free agency and in the draft, adding Sean Murphy-Bunting, Jamel Dean, and Mike Edwards in the draft. They also added Kentrell Brice in free agency and have moved M.J. Stewart to safety; safe to say they have added a ton of talent and may be set at that position heading into the season.

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One position that is still a need, however, is the one that gathered the most attention this offseason: defensive tackle. The Buccaneers cut staple Gerald McCoy and added Ndamukong Suh; they also drafted Terry Beckner Jr. in the seventh round of the 2019 NFL Draft.

Outside of Suh and last year’s first rounder Vita Vea, who is going to start on the defensive front? Will a seventh rounder make a push to start, or will a guy like Rakeem Nunez-Roches take a leap this offseason? In the defensive trenches is a spot to keep a close eye on this offseason as a potential spot the Buccaneers add someone else.

Another position to watch closely would be at running back where the Buccaneers are running it back with Peyton Barber and Ronald Jones. Rumors have been swirling that the Buccaneers could be interested in current Cleveland Browns’ back Duke Johnson; could he or another back be on their way to One Buc?

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While these moves could just be a coincidence, the timeframe of which they happened definitely raises eyebrows and warrants speculation. With training camp less than a month away, the Buccaneers will add one more player to their roster at some point, but will it be a big move or just another camp body?