The Buccaneers have a new face at receiver
While the defensive side of the ball has started to get a lot of attention in recent months, especially after the stellar Super Bowl performance against the Chiefs, the offense is still the focal point of this roster.
Bernard should be the most productive offensive newcomer as he is essentially starting in his new role, but Jaelon Darden has the talent to be the best.
After trading up for the rookie receiver from North Texas in the 2021 NFL Draft, the Bucs have a guy that has an extremely high ceiling on this roster. Year one will likely focus on growth and learning the system, but Darden has already shown out in OTAs.
The staff has seen Darden get open mostly at will during his limited stint with the team already, but training camp will be where he can make a name for himself. If what he has put together already is any indication, Darden will become a very popular name quickly.
Switching to starting NFL corners in practice will be a massive change, but Darden has the skillset to still find openings even against the best defensive backs that the Buccaneers have, and training camp will be a fun evaluation process for the rookie receiver.