It's time for our periodic check on Tampa Bay's salary cap situation.
With the latest contract (receiver Louis Murphy's) factored in, the Bucs currently stand $11.99 million against the salary cap.
That leaves the team plenty of money to remain active in what's left of free agency. The Bucs will need $3 million to $4 million to sign their draft picks and they'll want to carry a cushion into the regular season in case there are injuries.
But the Bucs still have several million they can spend in the meantime. I still see the possibility of the Bucs signing several more free agents.
Wide receiver and guard are the two most obvious needs, but I can see the Bucs adding depth at just about any position.