The salary cap cuts have begun at One Buc as the team tries to free up money on the eve of free agency that kicks off on Wednesday at 4 p.m.

Punter Bryan Anger, who was set to earn and count $3 million in 2019 was released according to Ian Rapoport.

On Monday the Buccaneers were able to trade wide receiver DeSean Jackson to the Eagles, freeing up $10 million.

Other cuts could be looming as the Buccaneers started this week off with only around $3 million in available cap room heading into free agency.

Stick with PewterReport.com as new news breaks moving into Wednesday.

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  1. Good luck Anger!

    You had a good run with the team. Now moving forward in a new direction on special teams.

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  2. He was solid for us, best of luck to him!

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  3. I got it just keeps going down now they’re getting rid of another good player he did a great job. I don’t remember any problems with the punter in the last 3 years he got them out of messes time and time again. I guess they won’t realize how valuable a good punter is until next year when it’s too late.

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  4. Your clueless Bob. His stats were getting worse and wasn’t worth 3 million why is that hard for you to comprehend? You just like complaining I guess. Thank god you aren’t runninvthis team.

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  5. So true Fredster. It really became noticeable this past season as a number of teams started flipping the field on us.
    We would punt the ball to their 20 and hold them and then the opposition kicker would pen us back to the 10 to 20 yard line. We would get to the 30 and punt and they would start on the 30. Net gain of 10 yards.

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