According to a source, the Bucs are talking to multiple teams looking to move out of the late first round in exchange for Tampa Bay's pick in the second round -- No. 34 overall, which is the second pick Friday night.
It is not known what else the Bucs would be required to offer a team to move.
Any trade likely would be made on the clock so Tampa Bay and the other team know which players are available. Pass-rushers Randy Gregory and Shane Ray could fall to the bottom of the first round or lower because of incidents involving marijuana.
The Bucs consider acquiring a pass-rusher a priority in this draft.
QB isn't the only factor in Bucs' draft plan
ESPN Buccaneers reporter Pat Yasinskas says Tampa Bay, which likely will select a quarterback with the No. 1 overall pick, also needs to draft one or two offensive linemen who can start right away.