5 Positions the Buccaneers Must Still Address Before 2015 Season

May 8, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers began the 2015 offseason with a slew of roster needs. Though they addressed a majority of their major gaps, the Bucs still have some upgrades to make.
The Bucs split their efforts in free agency and the draft this year. In free agency, they picked up mostly defensive veterans, including linebacker Bruce Carter, cornerback Sterling Moore and defensive tackle Henry Melton.
During the draft, the Bucs returned to their 2014 strategy and focused on offense, selecting quarterback Jameis Winston and offensive linemen Donovan Smith and Ali Marpet.
All of these players will play major roles in 2015, but the Bucs still could not address every deficiency.
The most glaring remaining roster hole is at defensive end. Though the Bucs traded for DE George Johnson, they do not have a proven starter at either end of the defensive line.
There also are questions at running back and punter. Both positions need upgrades, but finding new viable starters at th...

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