Which Bucs are headed for free agency in 2023?

After enjoying the most successful two-year run in franchise history, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers struggled to live up to those lofty expectations this season, and things aren’t going to get any easier in the offseason.

The Bucs are facing a daunting salary cap situation, which could make it nearly impossible for them to retain some of the key players who are playing this season on expiring contracts. Some tough decisions will have to be made just to get the team cap compliant for next season, which means some familiar faces likely won’t be around after 2022.

Here’s an updated look at all of the Bucs players who are set to become unrestricted free agents in 2023:

WR Scotty Miller

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OLB Anthony Nelson

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S Mike Edwards

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CB Jamel Dean

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DL Deadrin Senat

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OLB Genard Avery

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S Logan Ryan

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OLB Carl Nassib

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DL Pat O'Connor

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WR Breshad Perriman

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S Keanu Neal

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RB Giovani Bernard

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OT Josh Wells

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G Aaron Stinnie

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CB Sean Murphy-Bunting

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TE Kyle Rudolph

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QB Blaine Gabbert

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DL Rakeem Nunez-Roches

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DL William Gholston

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WR Julio Jones

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DL Akiem Hicks

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LB Lavonte David

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QB Tom Brady

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Story originally appeared on Buccaneers Wire