The Buccaneers are going to let Joe Tryon loose
Joe Tryon will be a tyrant in the preseason. The sight of him blowing up some poor practice squad tackle over and over again will be a reason enough to watch every minute that Tryon is on the field.
Unfortunately, Tryon has probably played too well during training camp to get that much playing time during the preseason.
As he looks like the clear third pass-rusher on the roster, Tryon should still be able to get on the field for a quarter or two during each game, but he probably won’t play as much as the other players on this list.
Regardless, Tryon is exciting not for quantity but for quality. During the reps that he plays, Tryon should hopefully look like a starter irrespective of who he lines up across from, and this will be a great indication of how the staff plans on using their new defensive tool during the regular season.
Expect for Tryon to be another player with many fans and commentators asking how he ended up falling to the defending Super Bowl champions.
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