When healthy, Tyvon Branch would be exactly what the Buccaneers need. A safety who can help out and stuff the run, but is savvy enough not to get beat badly in coverage.
Unfortunately Branch has had awful injury luck. He consistently ends up on the IR and is working to come back from a torn ACL. At 31, the Bucs would need to ensure he is still the same athlete after another surgery.
There’s a good chance his injury history takes him complete off the Bucs radar, but there is no question he is one of the most productive options on the market.
Over the past two seasons with Arizona, Branch has played in 15 games and accumulated 97 combined tackles. He would be another solid veteran addition to help the Buccaneers solidify a top-tier defense.