Tony Jefferson, Safety
The Bucs already have a wealth of players to pull from for their safeties. Antoine Winfield Jr. looks like the clear starting free safety, but outside of him, everything else is almost impossible to predict.
The Bucs have two young options at strong safety that could make a push to start. Jordan Whitehead and Mike Edwards both have a realistic chance of earning the starting role with Justin Evans likely off the roster.
While Edwards and Whitehead both have their strengths, neither has a ton of playing experience, and the Bucs may want to add a veteran presence that can at least serve as a backup plan, especially in a year where the stakes are so high.
Tony Jefferson would be a solid option for the Bucs to look into that can bring a high level of play while not being too expensive.
After not playing a massive role for the Ravens last season, Jefferson is likely looking for a team to play with for cheap to earn his next contract, and Tampa Bay would be a great place to start that process.
Todd Bowles is one of the best defensive coordinators to play for in the NFL, and Jefferson would have every reason to sign on a bargain, incentives-based contract, and then compete for the starting job with the rest of the Buccaneer safeties.
This signing would give the Bucs all of the competition that they need to figure out which players are best-suited to start and ensure some depth remains during the season.