After a day full of trades the Bucs have significantly altered their remaining picks this year. They started out by adding a fourth-round pick in a deal with the Jacksonville Jaguars, who took Justin Blackmon fifth overall. After taking safety Mark Barron with the seventh overall pick, the Bucs traded back into the first round, giving up their second round pick and moving down 25 spots in the fourth round. They selected running back Doug Martin with that pick.
This leaves the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with five draft picks: one each in the third, fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh round of the 2012 NFL draft - but no second-round pick.. Will they add more in trade, or will they even trade up, losing more picks in the process? We'll find out tonight, when the draft starts at 7:00 PM.