The Buccaneers can check off a big box with the first pick in the draft.
But they have enough holes that one first-rounder might not be enough.
According to Ed Werder of ESPN, the Bucs are talking to multiple teams to move back into the first round.
The Bucs have the second pick of the second round (34th overall), and would have to give that and something else to make a move up.
But adding Jameis Winston and another premier player tonight would be a major boost for the team on the field and in a community that hasn’t had much to celebrate. The Bucs were winless at home last year and 2-14, so any spark would help ticket sales as much as the roster.
The Buccaneers need a pass-rusher, and if Randy Gregory or Shane Ray slide, that might tempt them to make a big move.