The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have $113.9 million committed to the 2014 salary cap as of right now, according to Pat Yasinskas of ESPN. The league-wide salary cap is widely expected to be somewhere between $127 and $130 million, and the Buccaneers can carry over some $6 million in cap space from this season, which would give them a total of between $19 million and $22 million in salary cap space -- plenty to do some serious damage in free agency.

Moreover, the Bucs are likely to free up more space over the next few months. Davin Joseph is a prime candidate to be cut for salary cap reasons after last year's awful season. At minimum he'll be forced to take a significant pay cut. Joseph is scheduled to earn $6 million this season, none of it guaranteed. Similarly, Donald Penn might be asked to take a pay cut, although that would be a significantly harder spell.