The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have some difficult decisions to make this offseason. With a huge void being created at the quarterback position with Tom Brady opting for retirement, it could put the team on a path of rebuilding.

Kyle Trask is the only quarterback under contract currently, which could be enough to do a tear-down and quick rebuild. More than $49 million over the salary cap, that could be the direction that the Buccaneers are forced to go in.

Alas, we have seen plenty of teams in bad salary cap situations kick the bucket down the line. Tampa Bay could opt to do that, restructuring contracts and attempting to improve the roster for the upcoming season. If that is what ownership and general manager Jason Licht decide to do, one player who could be an intriguing target for them is running back Tony Pollard.