Part1: Here is a free agency for the Bucs. The Bucs has a very disappointing season last year, finishing last in the NFC south after being hyped up as a sleeper candidate to win the division. Their sense of urgency showed with several splash signings, especially on both sides of the interior. They also signed two key offensive players to extensions They signed TE Cameron Brate to a six year extension. The market value is good, but it doesn’t make a lot of sense to sign Brate to an extension, as they used a first round pick on TE OJ Howard last year. The then extended WR Mike Evans to a 5 year/$82.5M. This a major overpay for a receiver who didn’t eclipse 1000 Yards last year, and has shown some signs of regression since his rookie of the year. Back to their splash signings, they improved the interior by signing C Ryan Jensen. Jensen is only 26, and who is describe as an absolute mauler. This is important because Tampa was looking for an identity change on the offensive line, and Jensen was a great start. They also signed DE Vince Curry to a 3 year/$27M Deal. Curry is starting to get past his prime and is over 30, but he’s still a solid pass rusher and is extremely durable. So even if it’s an overpay, it’s a smart over pay. Lastly, they traded for DE Jason Pierre Paul. They gave up a third round pick, and will take on Pierre Paul’s $11.5M salary. However, Pierre Paul is still a productive player and is a tremendous veteran leader. Him and Curry could possibly turn the pass rush from a big weakness from a year ago into a strength this year. The Bucs still have a notable hole at safety, which could be filled by FS Tre Boston. Their current FS is Chris Conte, but Boston covers a lot more ground, is a lot better in coverage, and would give Tampa Bay a turnover machine they desperately need.