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    • Bucman

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      Gotta think Justin Watson and Mickens should be most worried. Either them can be replaced by Jaelon.

      Quinton Bell?

    • jcaulfield8

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      Ryan Griffen

    • Boid Fink

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      Watson is done. Said it week 13 or so. Just useless.

      • Bucman

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        Hes stuck around because of STs. Don’t think he really has spot there now with these faster depth guys we just drafted. No need to carry a WR who does nothing else but STs and allows pick 6s on routes.

    • DEBUCSOWN

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    • DEBUCSOWN

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      Kyle Trask.

      Wish I was kidding.

      • BucsSavant

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        Regardless of how bad a pick you think he was, he was a 2nd round pick. Which means realistically, he’s a lock to make the team, no matter how bad he stinks it up in camp. Quit making low-IQ emotional comments that are devoid of logic.

    • DEBUCSOWN

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      Regardless of how bad a pick you think he was, he was a 2nd round pick. Which means realistically, he’s a lock to make the team, no matter how bad he stinks it up in camp. Quit making low-IQ emotional comments that are devoid of logic.

      Or else what? Lawl.

      Quit replying if you don’t like what I have to say.

      Time will tell, my friend.

      Trask is trash.

    • adkindo

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      I do not see Mickens and Darden both on the roster. I think whoever wins the returner job between the two will make the roster.

    • BucsSavant

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      Regardless of how bad a pick you think he was, he was a 2nd round pick. Which means realistically, he’s a lock to make the team, no matter how bad he stinks it up in camp. Quit making low-IQ emotional comments that are devoid of logic.

      Or else what? Lawl.

      Quit replying if you don’t like what I have to say.

      Time will tell, my friend.

      Trask is trash.

      Or else your constant bitching on a message board will creep into your behavior in real life, and you’ll be even more of a bitch than you already are.

      Time will tell indeed

    • DEBUCSOWN

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      Regardless of how bad a pick you think he was, he was a 2nd round pick. Which means realistically, he’s a lock to make the team, no matter how bad he stinks it up in camp. Quit making low-IQ emotional comments that are devoid of logic.

      Or else what? Lawl.

      Quit replying if you don’t like what I have to say.

      Time will tell, my friend.

      Trask is trash.

      Or else your constant bitching on a message board will creep into your behavior in real life, and you’ll be even more of a bitch than you already are.

      Time will tell indeed

      Lol you know me so well based on my opinion of Kyle trask. Touchee.

      Plenty here call me doctor, i think you shall be known as the board psychologist!

      Stay classy, my friend. Stick to football, though you aren’t very knowledgeable about that either from what I see.

      • BucsSavant

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        Lol you know me so well based on my opinion of Kyle trask. Touchee.

        Plenty here call me doctor, i think you shall be known as the board psychologist!

        Stay classy, my friend. Stick to football, though you aren’t very knowledgeable about that either from what I see.

        The weakness of your psychology is on full display. It’s not your opinion, it’s the pathetic way you express it.

        You wouldn’t be able to see what knowledge I do or do not have about football, because you’re too busy smearing your bloody vagina all over multiple threads. I’ll keep it classy, when you keep in coherent.

    • Boid Fink

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      Stupid.

      Lol you know me so well based on my opinion of Kyle trask. Touchee.

      Plenty here call me doctor, i think you shall be known as the board psychologist!

      Stay classy, my friend. Stick to football, though you aren’t very knowledgeable about that either from what I see.

      The weakness of your psychology is on full display. It’s not your opinion, it’s the pathetic way you express it.

      You wouldn’t be able to see what knowledge I do or do not have about football, because you’re too busy smearing your bloody vagina all over multiple threads. I’ll keep it classy, when you keep in coherent.

    • BuccaNOLEer

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      Mickens, Watson, and possibly Jack Cichy

    • NotDeadYet

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      Cichy, I believe is still unsigned. Mickens improved some over the course of last season, but the new kid, if he doesn’t fumble and stays healthy, will take his job. And if he has as good of hands as Arians observed, he’ll be a slot WR, and Watson probably is gone.

    • Barnz1

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      Probably Watson, Mickens, Griffen.

      Wish I could say Ledbetter, Khalil Davis and a 35 year old McLendon. But we decided for some reason to only draft 1 defensive lineman with depth and age issues.

    • Donkey_Hunter

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      Watson IMO.

      Never understood the infatuation with the guy.

    • BucsSavant

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      Anthony Nelson

    • Barnz1

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      Anthony Nelson

      Don’t see it. He improved last year, graded out very well as a run defender. 12 pressures in a limited role was improvement.

      The thing with Nelson is you don’t want him as your OLB3. As your OL4 behind Tryon? He’s a solid piece. He has the size potential to gain 10-15 pounds and play DE in our 3-4.

      If they rate Gill I could see them making that move and Nelson taking Ledbetters backup DE spot.

      • BucsSavant

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        Anthony Nelson

        Don’t see it. He improved last year, graded out very well as a run defender. 12 pressures in a limited role was improvement.

        The thing with Nelson is you don’t want him as your OLB3. As your OL4 behind Tryon? He’s a solid piece. He has the size potential to gain 10-15 pounds and play DE in our 3-4.

        If they rate Gill I could see them making that move and Nelson taking Ledbetters backup DE spot.

        I think he would perform better as a down lineman. He provides basically zero pass rush and that hasn’t changed since he’s been in the league. Bulking him to up to potentially back up the ghost on role is probably the move. That being said probably easier to just move on.

    • Colin in Canada

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      Khalil Davis is not a lock to make the team. Hes a decent player but O’Connor is a core ST player and Davis is not.

    • Alldaway 2.0

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      I have to vote Nelson as well because if Gill shows more growth as a rusher Nelson may not stick. Right now O’Connor, Roach and Ledbetter are more versatile back ups. Nelson does have value though because he can play the run which is a priority for the Bucs defense.

      Nelson hypothetically can play 5 tech like the previous players I just mentioned. But right now he is limited to one spot.

      Mickens is a given because he is no where near the level of Darden as a WR and as a return specialist is ordinary.

      Watson may have a chance but that assumes that Herb Miller and/or Wilcox don’t stick which I think is not likely. The team likes reserves Miller, Franklin, and Cockrell. And having reserves you can count on is important given how inconsistent Dean and SMB have been. Then you factor in that Wilcox has size, speed at CB while being a reliable tackler.

      Interesting enough even ourlads has Hainsey listed as the backup RT to Wirfs. Hainsey has short arms but we shall see if he has the chops to be an OT at the pro level. Personally I think Hainsey is going to easily challenge Molchon or Stanley as interior OL which is closer to his skillset. If Cappa regresses I wouldn’t be surprised if Stinnie or Hainsey are up on the deck ASAP.

      Build the trenches!

    • bucpimpin

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      Probably Watson, Mickens, Griffen.

      Wish I could say Ledbetter, Khalil Davis and a 35 year old McLendon. But we decided for some reason to only draft 1 defensive lineman with depth and age issues.

      Looks like we grabbed a couple UDFA’s that play on the interior of the line. I bet 1 of those guys displaces a vet DT on the roster.

    • Colin in Canada

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      The Bucs have a lot of interior DL on the roster and last year they only kept 6 at cut down day. McLendon was not on the team yet so with him on the team someone who made the team last year will probably be cut / practice squad this year.

      Top 5:
      Suh
      Vea
      Gholston
      Nacho
      McLendon

      The rest:
      K. Davis
      O’Connor
      Benning P.
      Kobe Smith

      • Alldaway 2.0

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        Most likely O’Connor wins that sixth spot because he can play two spots and is a special teams player.

        K. Davis will go to the PS which is fine as he needs more coaching and seasoning.

        Build the trenches!

      • Barnz1

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        The Bucs have a lot of interior DL on the roster and last year they only kept 6 at cut down day. McLendon was not on the team yet so with him on the team someone who made the team last year will probably be cut / practice squad this year.

        Top 5:
        Suh
        Vea
        Gholston
        Nacho
        McLendon

        The rest:
        K. Davis
        O’Connor
        Benning P.
        Kobe Smith

        Look at the age of those interior DL.

        Suh (34) and (35) are the two oldest DL in the league. That is a worry. Gholston is about to hit 30.

        We better hope their play doesn’t fall off a cliff…because we did nothing in the draft to protect against it.

    • Boid Fink

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      Good God. You can’t be serious? Just worship at the altar of Trask, whilst grown men debate football and such. Stay in your slow lane.

      Anthony Nelson

      • BucsSavant

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        Good God. You can’t be serious? Just worship at the altar of Trask, whilst grown men debate football and such. Stay in your slow lane.

        Anthony Nelson

        Not the only one who thinks so.if you actually had any conception of what you were watching on a football field, you might agree. Also, if you weren’t deep within the throws of your mental illness you would realize I don’t worship trask, I just enjoy seeing effeminate, overly emotional beta males such as your self lose their composure 😂😂

    • obuc

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      How many are under contract now plus ab, plus the draft? How many more players do we have more than 53?

      By the way, i still wouldnt rule out a player that another team cuts.

    • seekpar

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      Watson 100%.

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