5. Extend Chris Godwin
This one sits at number five on the list because if it doesn’t happen during the offseason this year, someone should be fired. Increasing his production year after year after taking over for the departed Adam Humphries, Chris Godwin put together a Pro Bowl season in year three.
He finished the his junior campaign season with 86 receptions, 1,333 receiving yards to go with nine touchdowns. All while missing the final two games of the season. Since coming out of Penn State in 2017, Godwin has career numbers of 2,700 receiving yards and 17 touchdowns in limited minutes his first two seasons.
The duo of Mike Evans and Chris Godwin will be one the front office won’t allow to slip away. To have two Pro-Bowl wideouts and a fringe-star at the tight end position, with whoever will be under center next year, the Buccaneers will be in great offensive shape for years to come. In other words, pay the man before the price gets steep. As far as numbers go, I would expect Godwin to fetch somewhere between $13.5- $16.5 million a year.