The Tampa Bay Buccaneers still have plenty of holes to fill after the first two weeks of free agency, especially along the defensive side of the ball.
We are now two weeks into free agency, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ draft board is becoming clearer and clearer by the day. Expect a heavy investment along the defense, and then some potential depth pieces along the offense from there.
The Bucs seem content with their offensive line heading into the 2019 NFL Draft, so an interior lineman is not expected to come off of the board for the team in the first two days of the draft, especially considering that the team took a guard with a third rounder in last year’s draft in Alex Cappa. Unless Tampa Bay still has plans of moving on from Gerald McCoy, then an interior defensive lineman may not be selected until late either.
After adding a safety in Kentrell Brice in free agency and moving M.J. Stewart to safety, we could see the Bucs go after another one, but again, probably not until day-three. Offensively, adding another weapon or two for Jameis Winston is all of the investment necessary in the draft as well.
With just one month until the main event of the draft itself, here is another weekly mock draft to enjoy and identify names that the Buccaneers could target when the end of April rolls around.