Last offseason you may recall the Bucs re-signed guard Davin Joseph and linebacker Quincy Black to multi-year deals. Earlier this offseason, they reached an agreement with guard-turned-center Jeremy Zuttah on a four-year deal.
The re-signing of Barth is yet another example of the Bucs front office attempting to not only sustain continuity at key positions, but also serve as an olive branch of sorts to their disenfranchised fanbase who, in recent years, have questioned the team's commitment to winning.
That said, what I've done here is taken a look at which current—and notable—Bucs have two years or less remaining under contract and have made a case either for or against a contract extension.
Some are obvious, while others may leave you screaming at your computer screen. That's fine, I can't hear you from my house.
So without further ado, let the debate begin.