Four Moves The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Could Make At NFL Trade Deadline

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After signing running backs Leonard Fournette and LeSean McCoy, wide receiver Antonio Brown, quarterback Josh Rosen, cornerback Ross Cockrell and trading for defensive tackle Steve McLendon since training camp began, the Bucs’ 2020 roster is almost assuredly set in stone for the rest of the season. But with Tuesday’s trade deadline approaching, I detailed three moves the teams could make to better fortify their depth at edge defender, and one move that could ensure a little more cap space for a crucial 2021 offseason.

1. Trade Cameron Brate For A Late Day 3 Pick

I know the Bucs don’t fit the mold of a typical seller at the trading deadline, and trading Cameron Brate seems a little strange with O.J. Howard lost for the season, but hear me out here. It’s important to note that I’m not necessarily advocating for the Bucs to trade Brate, I just think it’s something they should consider if someone made an offer.


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