The final likely trade option that the Buccaneers have is to trade back in the draft to add a little more overall capital at the loss of a more premium first-round selection. The Buccaneers have done this in the past as seen in 2018.
This option may be the most likely of possibilities listed in this article as the Buccaneers don’t have any glaring needs as of now other than offensive line and a defensive replacement for Ndamukong Suh if he doesn’t return.
The Bucs can easily fill both of these positions in the first three rounds and find decent talent while not having to use the pick at 14th overall.
Tampa Bay would likely be able to get what they need drafting later than 14 and shouldn’t struggle to find a suitable trade partner. By doing this the Buccaneers would still be able to fill a position of need while also adding in some capital that could go a long way.
This year is a perfect one to trade back in the draft for the Bucs because it is so deep in their positions of need. Tampa Bay could easily find proven talent for the offensive and defensive line up until the fourth-round before it becomes less certain.
The Buccaneers would likely not get anything crazy for this trade, but an additional pick in the second or third-round could go a long way, especially with the way that the 2019 Draft class for the Bucs is panning out.