According to OverTheCap.com’s annual compensatory pick projections for the 2021 NFL Draft, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers could be in line for one fifth round compensatory pick as a result of losing WR Breshad Perriman to the New York Jets in free agency. Perriman signed a one-year, $6.5 million contract with the Jets during the 2020 offseason.

As Nick Korte explains in the article, he doesn’t expect to be as accurate as he’s been in the past with these projections, so we’ll see what the Bucs end up pulling in by the time comp picks are officially announced this offseason. The Bucs currently have a first, second, third, fourth, fifth and two seventh round picks in the 2021 NFL Draft.

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Jon Ledyard is PewterReport.com's newest Bucs beat writer and has experience covering the Pittsburgh Steelers as a beat writer and analyzing the NFL Draft for several draft websites, including The Draft Network. Follow Ledyard on Twitter at @LedyardNFLDraft
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thewbacca
6 months ago

Very nice, especially considering that Tampa will be AT LEAST picking 29th! Go Bucs aim for the 32nd pick!

Dude
6 months ago

This is the first year in a long time that we Bucs fans do not have to think about the draft right after the last week of the season was played. Although I enjoy it, I’m so glad we have the playoffs, and now the NFC Championship game, to rattle through our heads. Go Bucs!

Spitfire
6 months ago

Interesting Permian is what we get the pick for. What about Nassib and his big contract? I guess there’s more here and there with it all.

toofamiliar17
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6 months ago

I’m honestly surprised we got any picks. Sure, we lost Nassib, Perriman, Jameis, Peyton Barber, and Beau Allen, but we signed Brady and Haeg. I know both the dollars out and in factor in, and that the physical number of players out and in, as well as snaps played by the players leaving and then projected snaps played by the players arriving all come into play. And when you think about that, from the 2019 team, we gave up a major RB, our starting QB, a WR who started a handful of games and got ample snaps, a decent snap… Read more »