The right side of the offensive line
With the release of oft-injured right guard J.R. Sweezy on June 29, the Buccaneers now have unrest as to who will play right guard this coming season. During the offseason right tackle Demar Dotson had surgery to repair a torn meniscus but is expected to return in time for training camp. If he has any setback it may cause the Buccaneers to change their plans about who will play where on the offensive line.
The right guard position likely comes down to a training camp competition between third year utility lineman Caleb Benenoch and rookie third round draft pick Alex Cappa and potentially Evan Smith in the mix. Currently, Benenoch is the favorite to be the right guard with Cappa likely being the backup, but it will be an interesting training camp battle to watch.
As for right tackle, if Dotson is healthy and ready to go by training camp, there will be no issues at right tackle. If he has a setback, there is a chance that Benenoch could step into the right tackle position, as he started five games there at the end of last season. Which would propel either Kappa or Smith to guard.
Dotson will also be turning 33 during the season and the Buccaneers will eventually have to look for a right tackle replacement, so filling out the right side of the offensive line will be an interesting story line to watch for the present and future.