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Here’s how much 2024 cap space the Bucs can create with void years

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have quite a bit of cap space in 2024. They’re set to start at $37,201,102 for the 2024 season, which is good for the tenth-most in the NFL — however, through the magic of void years, the team can create quite a bit more room with a few key extensions.

The Bucs can create $14,501,800 of cap space for 2024 through void years extensions through the extensions of six different players, according to Over the Cap. While a majority of that comes from wide receiver Mike Evans, there’s a few other players that could benefit from an extension — and some still, though, that the team may not be all that interested in extending anyway.

Here are the six players with dead money in 2024 that could be extended with void years to free up some salary cap:

WR Mike Evans

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Marc Lebryk-USA TODAY Sports

Dead money for 2024: $12,198,000

Potential saved via void years: $7,387,000

LB Lavonte David

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Nathan Ray Seebeck-USA TODAY Sports

Dead money for 2024: $2,668,000

Potential saved via void years: $2,001,000

QB Baker Mayfield

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Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

Dead money for 2024: $2,300,000

Potential saved via void years: $1,725,000

DT Greg Gaines

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(Photo by Sarah Stier/Getty Images)

Dead money for 2024: $1,900,000

Potential saved via void years: $1,425,000

S Antoine Winfield Jr.

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Nathan Ray Seebeck-USA TODAY Sports

Dead money for 2024: $1,586,400

Potential saved via void years: $1,189,800

OG Matt Feiler

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(Photo by Julio Aguilar/Getty Images)

Dead money for 2024: $1,032,000

Potential saved via void years: $774,000

Story originally appeared on Buccaneers Wire