• Bucs may trade back into first round

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Apr 25, 2013
    But general manager Mark Dominik has said it’s at least possible the Bucs could attempt to trade back into the first round. In fact, Buccaneers General Manager Mark Dominik says he has looked at scenarios in which the Bucs will trade back into the first round of the draft, especially if a player they like starts to drop. The Bucs moved back into the first round last year, packaging a fourth-round pick with their second-round pick so that they could get the No. 31 overall pick and draft running back Doug Martin. If you look at the trade value chart , they could package their second-round pick and third-round pick and get to somewhere in the bottom five or six picks in the first round. One other thing to keep in mind: When Dominik drafted Martin last year, he explained that part of the reason he made the deal was because players that are drafted in the first round can be given five-year deals, while anyone after the first round can’t get anything more than a four-year deal. That’s important to Dominik. Although they don’t currently have a first-round pick after trading it as part of the Darrelle Revis deal, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers still will hold their draft party at Raymond James Stadium on Thursday night.
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    • Bucs might not stay out of first round

      Although they don’t currently have a first-round pick after trading it as part of the Darrelle Revis deal, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers still will hold their draft party at Raymond James Stadium on Thursday night. According to the team, Revis, Dashon Goldso
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