So we've re-signed our LT, Donovan Smith, to a three-year deal, which usually is a good move, but every Bucs fan (the few left) is already asking for Litch's head. We're basically going to pay Smith the equivalent of the franchise tag for three years. And the best trait Smith has is... well, he doesn't get injured. That's good and all, but if that's your best trait and your worst is "consistency issues", that's not exactly a recipe for success. So, after this move, the Bucs have three guys (three!!!!) making over $10 million per year for a very average o-line: Smith, Ryan Jensen (love his fire, but he's overpaid. Period) and Ali Marpet (this one deserves it). What's worse, we're the ONLY NFL team paying that much to offensive linemen. If you're going to use so much money, you better get more than an average line. Also, seems like the team has made a long-term offer to Kwon Alexander, and that they do not care that much about his knee injury, and are pretty optimistic he's going to sign it. I like Kwon, but he also has consistency issues. What's more, it's not like we have a huge amount of money available under the cap. These two moves probably mean Humpreys is gone and that DeSean Jackson will be cut as well. Gerald McCoy is expected to be back, so that means we've got to get the money somewhere. Those are the guys I fully expect to go. And a few more, but probably not big names.