4 Buccaneers players who won't survive training camp

The majority of undrafted free agents may not make it, but a veteran is also in danger
Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Training Camp
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Ronnie Brown, RB

The running back position has been in flux for a few years, with Leonard Fournette being the guy, and then not being the guy, and then once more becoming a big part in the postseason, before running out of luck last year.

Tampa Bay is going to be rolling with Rachaad White as the starter, and he's been picked by many outlets to be one of this year's fantasy breakouts. It makes sense, too, because he'll get all the touches he can handle, assuming he does well with them.

Behind White are veterans Chase Edmonds and Ke'Shawn Vaughn. Many thought Edmonds would be the next man up, but signs are pointing to Vaughn being more involved than people originally thought.

Then, there's veteran Patrick Laird, followed by two undrafted rookies in Syracuse product Sean Tucker and Shepherd's Ronnie Brown. Tucker could actually be a sneaky player who could surprise and make this team, while Brown is firmly the last guy in line right now.

That said, Brown doesn't have a great chance of making it too far past training camp or even limited preseason action. As the sixth running back in line, he's one who could be cut immediately, should the Bucs make an in-camp signing.