It’s pretty safe to say that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a lot of work to do in the 2022 free agency period. Thanks to a couple of surprise retirements (you will be missed Tom Brady and Ali Marpet) and a host of key veterans set to hit the open market as free agents, the Bucs should be looking to add value to their team, from other teams.
The following will be the first in an upcoming series of articles listing one target from each of the other 31 NFL teams, division by division, that the Buccaneers should inquire about in the free agency period. The only limit to these lists, in an effort to avoid repetition in the choices, only one member of each position group has been and will be chosen per division.
That means that if, for example, Davante Adams appears on the list (spoiler alert: he does not) then Allen Robinson could not appear, since he is in the same position group (wide receiver) and division (NFC North). Got it? Let’s go.
We start in the AFC North and take a look at the players to whom the Bucs should offer a nice trip down to sunny Tampa Bay.