Bucs can fix their cap problems with a call to Titans.
Yesterday was a big day for Tampa Bay Buccaneers news and nearly all of that news had an impact on the Tennessee Titans.
First, Bruce Arians announced the starting date of Bucs training camp which got people buzzing. If you missed it, you might want to circle back because there is a great chance that the Titans will actually start their training camp on the same day or nearly the same day based on last year’s schedule and what the original plans were for the Titans/Bucs joint practices.
I connected all of those dots here and basically gave you the date that you should expect to see Tennessee’s rookies in action for the first time and when football will really be back.
Another major topic was the Bucs pretty clear desire to add former Atlanta Falcons running back, Devonta Freeman if possible.
This makes a lot of sense considering the Bucs struggles to find any consistency at running back. The last thing that Tampa Bay wants is to have teams pinning their ears back to rush Tom Brady behind that offensive line.
However, the Bucs really don’t have any cap space to make a signing like that so what can they do to fix this? First, let’s look at why the Bucs are in this position.