3 players the Tampa Bay Buccaneers should try to trade for this offseason

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are heading into their second offseason with Bruce Arians as their head coach. With Arians having control of what the franchise does, it’s up to him to gradually shape the roster to how he wants it.

The most important decision that the Buccaneers face this offseason is whether or not to bring back Jameis Winston. As of this moment, it’s trending toward Tampa Bay looking elsewhere at the quarterback position.

Considering what Arians was given to work with in his first season as head coach, the 2019 season should be considered a success for the Buccaneers. Going 7-9 and having the No. 3 ranked offense in the NFL isn’t a bad way to build a winning culture.

In nearly a month, NFL free agency will begin and the Buccaneers could be big spenders with $84.9 million in cap space, according to Spotrac. Also, Tampa Bay could use the 2020 NFL Draft as a platform to fill some of the glaring holes on the roster.

Aside from free agency and the draft, Tampa Bay could do some digging in the trade market. With that being said, here are three players the Buccaneers should try to trade for this offseason.


  1. We Need Cam Newton here in tampa to beat the sanits. And and with the weapons that we have in Tampa Cam Newton throw into Mike Evans as fight throwing to Calvin Benjamin on steroids and then you got another wide receiver by the name of Chris Godwin that has hands for days and then we got a decent tight end that can remind him or Greg Olsen we have all the pieces in offense in place to bring Cam Newton here to make him successful if we break Avenue in here to Tampa we will go to the playoffs and anybody that thinks I’m wrong you are free to comment back and tell me I’m wrong but you will be lying to yourself Jameis Winston is not the answer we have always been short at quarterback we we have good receivers to take us to the next level.

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