3. Ezekiel Ansah, EDGE
As we said previously, the biggest position that the Bucs need to develop depth defensively is along the front-seven.
Tampa Bay has talent at the starter positions, but not much experience otherwise. That’s where Ezekiel Ansah could thrive.
Ansah has had two very forgettable years in which he only played a combined 18 games and recorded just 6.5 sacks. That means the Bucs would be able to sign him for cheap.
Though Ansah, at age 31, may just be past his prime, that still doesn’t mean he couldn’t contribute in a back-up role. He has been a pass-rushing specialist during the entirety of his career and getting to play a second-string role would absolutely bode well for him staying healthy and being able to focus on what he does best.