The Tampa Bay Buccaneers preseason is in the books. Find The Pewter Plank’s final 53-man roster projection here.
With the preseason behind them, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will begin to cut their 90-man roster down to 53-players in the coming days.
Earlier in the week, head coach Dirk Koetter admitted the roster was pretty much set, with only a few positions and roster spots up for grabs. Still, there are still plenty of tough decisions to be made.
Koetter and general manager Jason Licht need to leverage development and depth to figure out who makes the cut and hangs around on the practice squad as well.
The fourth preseason game provided a handful of players an opportunity to make a run for both the 53-man roster and the practice squad.
While it didn’t appear that anyone put together an otherworldly performance to make the team, a strong night should see some land on the practice squad.
The backend of the wide receiver position was the best battle early on in camp. The preseason finale put a few players back into the picture.
On the defensive side of the ball, the front seven should have some added depth on the practice squad as a pair of players made a big impact against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
The final roster has seen some movement over the past week. Particularly at the offensive line and linebacker position where injuries have shuffled each group nearly every week.
Take a look at the latest projection of the 2018 Tampa Bay Buccaneers roster.