The Buccaneers are moving through bodies quickly on their offensive line. They may want to take Earl Watford up on his offer of help.
The Buccaneers have a massive issue on the offensive line front.
How they keep losing players at their current rate is beyond this writer, but the team is going to need to find a solution soon if they want to protect Tom Brady during the regular season.
The recent loss of Aaron Stinnie is just a part of the total losses, but the Bucs are going to want to find a viable replacement before the start of the season to ensure their depth is secure.
This could cause the Buccaneers to look at a familiar face that was involved with the team in spurts during their Super Bowl run.
Earl Watford has been a journeyman throughout his NFL career. Bouncing around the league from the start, the veteran does have a history in Tampa and playing guard, and according to his Twitter, he is available.
The timing shows that Watford was paying close attention to the game, and everyone knows who he is saying this to.
This Tweet coincided with the loss of Aaron Stinnie during the game against the Titans. Everyone who watched knew the injury diagnosis was going to go against the Bucs, and Watford felt the need to make his availability known to his former team.
This pairing makes way too much sense for the Buccaneers to ignore.
While the Bucs are probably going to lean on second-round pick Luke Goedeke, it also makes sense to bring in another guard with a history on the team that will also be pretty cheap.
The Bucs may not feel like they have to get too crazy with any of their moves, but this seems like a pretty clear offer from Watford to step in for his former team, and the Bucs need to get on the phone ASAP to cover their bases.
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