Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 3 Dream trade targets from Bengals for 2020

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If the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are looking to make a trade before the start of 2020 training camp, here are three dream trade targets to consider from the Cincinnati Bengals.

When it comes to the biggest winners from the 2020 offseason, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers easily rank near the top of the list since they pulled off the unthinkable by convincing Tom Brady to come on board.

And if the future Hall of Famer joining an offense already consisting of Mike Evans and Chris Godwin wasn’t exciting enough, Brady also managed to convince Rob Gronkowski to come out of retirement to join the Buccaneers as well.

All of a sudden, a Tampa Bay team that has previously struggled to become a legitimate contender in the NFC once again will enter the 2020 season as a heavy Super Bowl favorite due to all of the talent they have to work with on both sides of the football.

Of course, just because the Buccaneers are viewed as early favorites to represent the NFC in February’s Super Bowl doesn’t guarantee that it will happen since the conference, in general, is loaded with talented teams that could be standing in their way.

Tampa Bay certainly has every reason in the world to enjoy their chances at the moment, but if they really want to find a way to improve their odds even more, another trade before the start of training camp couldn’t hurt.

Even though the Cincinnati Bengals haven’t exactly indicated any sort of interest in conducting a trade in the coming months, Zac Taylor’s squad certainly has a few weapons the Buccaneers should welcome with open arms if given the opportunity.

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Players like A.J. Green are most likely off the table, but if the Buccaneers were somehow able to convince the Bengals to pull off a trade before camp, here are a few dream targets that stand out the most.

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