Vincent Jackson isn't the only Tampa Bay player netting calls from interested teams as Tuesday's 4 p.m. ET trade deadline nears.
Martin, the team's first-round pick in 2012, has piled up just 166 yards at 2.9 yards per carry this season. Teams still enamored with his 1,400-yard rookie campaign, though, might be able to grab him in a swap if the Bucs think highly enough of Charles Sims, the rookie who is expected to "play a ton" when he comes off IR-recall. Tampa also has Bobby Rainey and Mike James in the stable.
Barron has struggled at safety this season and generally underwhelmed after being taken seventh overall in the 2012 NFL Draft. With just three interceptions over two-plus seasons, the backstop -- ranked No. 66 at his position by Pro Football Focus -- hasn't lived up to his pedigree.
The 1-6 Bucs are not interested in a fire sale, but they will "consider" every call and offer that floats their way, Rapoport was told.
Other names of note from Rapoport as the deadline draws near: