While Shaun Wilson didn’t make as much noise as expected during his preseason debut, he was on the field during most of the special teams’ snaps. Perhaps he can sneak onto the roster as a returner and quality depth at running back.
Jacquizz Rodgers has been with the first and second team thus far. He and Ronald Jones are battling for the primary backup role, with Peyton Barber locked in as the number one back.
More movement at this position. Justin Watson is making a strong case to be the Buccaneers’ fifth receiver. He had four catches for 54 yards and a touchdown against Tennessee.
The battle for the starting right guard spot will come down to the wire. Either way, Caleb Benenoch or Alex Cappa will be the primary backup with Evan Smith rotating to center if an injury occurs to Ryan Jensen.
Centers – Ryan Jensen (1)