With training camp about to begin throughout the NFL, here is a look at the most-likely 53-man roster for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2020.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are about to begin a fascinating few weeks as their final roster for the 2020 campaign will begin to take shape. Many names in that group surprise no one, but a few could be dark horse candidates to make a compelling argument for themselves.
For the same reason that fantasy football leagues advise waiting until after the preseason to draft teams, try to guess the final roster for a team before camp is a difficult task. Rookies and newcomers could see their chances to make the final roster increase or decrease on a daily basis, often based on events that are entirely out of the players’ hands.
Injuries have always been a problem during the NFL preseason, but 2020 could prove to be even more so. COVID-19 has wholly changed how teams can conduct the entire process, and the Bucs will have to keep their fingers crossed that the team can stay healthy in more ways than one.
While the next few weeks will be telling on the final roster, here are the most-likely predictions for where the players are currently slated to end up.