Many in the media, along with the entire fan base has come down like a ton of bricks it seems over the years on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for not taking advantage of immense available cap space on the open market.
Since 2003, the Buccaneers have either finished 3rd or been the bottom-dwellers of the NFC South seven times combined.
The team has approximately a whopping $42.7 million of cap room entering 2012 NFL Free Agency, third most in the NFL, according to ProFootballTalk.com.
With needs on the offensive line, in the backfield, at receiver, corner and linebacker, there will be no tolerance of excuses for the up-and-coming Bucs this time. With the free agency frenzy about to kick into full swing, rumors are relentlessly circulating from every possible direction.
Jason Cole of Yahoo! Sports recently hinted Tampa Bay has become the leader of the pack in the hunt for former seventh-round selection Cortland Finnegan, who’s hands down one of the most preeminent players at his pos...