3. Vincent Jackson
Our third choice is one of the team’s current weapons. After three 1,000 yard seasons with the Chargers, Jackson signed with the Bucs prior to the 2012 season. In his first three seasons with the team, Jackson equaled his performance in San Diego by posting three straight 1,000 yard seasons. His first season earned him a Pro Bowl selection as well, the third time in his career that Jackson was selected for the annual All-Star game.
Injuries limited Jackson to only nine starts in 2015, and 543 yards receiving. He may be 33, but his veteran leadership is essential to the young Jameis Winston, and places him firmly at number three on this list.
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