Barth finished second in field-goal percentage (92.9) to Atlanta’s Matt Bryant (93.1) among NFL kickers last season. It’s far more cost efficient short term for the Bucs to tag Barth, who would command at least double his franchise salary in signing bonus on the open market. But with Tampa Bay expected to have as much as $60 million in cap room, this is the time to sign Barth to a multiyear extension. —Alex Marvez
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