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Sander Philipse / Bucs Nation 13 hours ago

Buccaneers estimated to have $45-$53 million in 2016 cap space

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a lot of money to spend in free agency. A lot. Enough to sign three top-tier NFL free agents, if Spotrac can be believed. They believe the Bucs have around $53 million in cap space, based on an estimate of a 2016 NFL salary cap of $154 million, and some $9 million in carry-over cap space. Bucs have fifth-most salary cap room for 2016 with $52.8-million, per @Spotrac. Raiders ($79m) and Jaguars ($75m) way ahead of rest of NFL. — Greg Auman (@gregauman) February 10, 2016 That estimate is a little higher than Over The Cap's, who give the Bucs some $45...

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