3 Tampa Bay Buccaneers that could be on the trade block

Cameron Brate, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, (Photo by Julio Aguilar/Getty Images)
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It is still early into the 2020 NFL season for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but several players have already emerged as potential trade options.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are on the right track to realizing their high hopes for the future. The win versus the Carolina Panthers was extremely sloppy, but a win is a win, and Tampa Bay showed that they have the legs to be competitive this season.

Making the playoffs is not a foregone conclusion this year, but the Bucs’ chances have never been greater. On the other hand, some of the larger expectations (such as making a run at the NFC Championship) are still out of reach with the current team chemistry.

The best bet for the Buccaneers is to use this season as a means to build their roster up and get playing experience to a wide range of players, then go into the 2021 season as a juggernaut.

Tampa Bay has been excellent in their last two drafts, and at this point, accumulating as much draft capital as possible is a viable solution to providing level depth for the roster next season. The best way to do this is via trades, and even though it may be early in the season, some players have emerged as likely candidates to move on from Tampa Bay.

Here are three players that the Bucs could use as trade options.