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
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Taye Barber, WR

Wide receiver is still a strength for the Bucs, and is another reason why this team could end up surprising, should Baker Mayfield take firm grasp of the starting quarterback job. Mike Evans and Chris Godwin are firmly cemented as the team's starters and big time playmakers through the air.

In the slot is veteran Russell Gage, who has his role locked and loaded as well. Between the three of them, Mayfield has a trio of experienced, capable wideouts to work with. Beyond those three, though, it's slim pickings and truly anyone's game.

Sixth-round pick Trey Palmer is someone to be excited about and a guy they could groom for the future when either Evans or Godwin are gone. Then, there are veterans Deven Thompkins and Kaylon Geiger who aren't necessarily assured a roster spot.

From that point, there's one veteran in David Moore and four undrafted rookies: Rakim Jarrett, Kade Warner (yes, Kurt's son), Ryan Miller and Taye Barber.

Most of those undrafted guys likely don't stand a chance, but Barber is last in the pecking order. He's another candidate to be cut if the Bucs made any in-camp moves.

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