The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are fairly set on the offensive side of the ball, but after losing Adam Humphries, they could search for a receiver on day-three.
The receiving corp for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers may reign at the top of any position group on their roster, especially if tight ends are included in the mix. Even with Adam Humphries walking to the Tennessee Titans in free agency, the Bucs still have Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, Breshad Perriman, O.J. Howard, and Cameron Brate as viable pass catchers in their offense entering the 2019 NFL Draft.
While new head coach Bruce Arians has stated that Chris Godwin will spend time in the slot in order to cover the loss of Humphries, the Buccaneers could still look to add either a slot receiver, or another outside receiver to provide depth behind the towering wide receiver corp. Lucky for the Buccaneers, there are plenty of talented receivers in a deep class that will be hanging around when the fourth round and beyond hit.
Whether it is a slot receiver, a guy who is better suited as a deep threat, or one who can play all over the field, Arians and offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich will be able to utilize the talent on the roster in a variety of ways. Arians is well known for playing Larry Fitzgerald, a receiver known for winning on the outside, in the slot when he was the head coach of the Arizona Cardinals, and expect him to use current receivers in the same way.
Here are three day-three targets that the Buccaneers could target in order to give quarterback Jameis Winston another target and to add depth to their receiving corp.