The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have traded back up into the the second round of the 2016 NFL draft with the Kansas City Chiefs, giving up the 11th pick of the third round (74th overall) and the eighth pick of the fourth round (106th overall) to move up to the 59th overall pick. We'll have the exact details of the trade as soon as they're available.
The Bucs drafted kicker Roberto Aguayo there, a rather baffling move given the depth of this draft and the needs they have at different positions. But what's done is done, and the Bucs will now have to live with their decision.
That picture up there is of Booger McFarland, who will be announcing the Bucs' second-round pick today.