Tampa Bay Buccaneers Expected To Let Multiple Players Leave In Free Agency

After a fantastic run during the Tom Brady era, it appears that it's all about to come crashing down for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and with the salary cap working against them in a big way, it looks like they'll need to let go of several key players this off-season.

It's expected that Tom Brady will be on his way to another team, but now, reports have emerged that the Buccaneers will indeed let go of key free agents such as Scotty Miller, Julio Jones and Breshad Perriman, as well as veterans like Logan Ryan, Keanu Neal, Giovanni Bernard and Kyle Rudolph, a true exodus of major pieces.

This may force them into a rebuilding phase, depending on the names that they can bring in, and they may be forced to move players such as Mike Evans to relieve them of some salary cap pressure, but for now, it looks like the Buccaneers will be a major player to watch this off-season, with plenty of names on their way out.

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