With training camp looming, the Buccaneers made their second roster move of the week on Tuesday, moving rookie defensive back Derrick Wells to the reserve/non-football injury list.
The team has re-signed DL Da'Quan Bowers, who became an unrestricted free agent in March after four seasons in Tampa.
While Jameis Winston and Donovan Smith fight for high-profile starting positions this summer, a number of other Bucs will be locked into significant competitions of their own.
Tampa Bay's training camp is just around the corner, and here are four things we believe you will see as you follow the action at One Buc Place.
This week's mailbag bounces around from the quarterback competition to the supplemental draft to fantasy IDPs, with other stops in between.
As the Buccaneers get set to start training camp with dozens of eager roster hopefuls, it helps to compare some of this year's young players to successes from the past.
This week's mailbag runs the gamut from tight end pairings to defensive awards, with another stop by Jameis Winston's potential in the middle.
Andrew Norton and Scott Smith drafted Buc players by hometown to see which states would have bragging rights.
Few would have predicted that Mike Evans would break Tampa Bay's standard for touchdown catches in his first NFL season, but every year there are some records that are primed to fall.
This week's mailbag seeks to give fans an inside look at One Buc Place and the typical training camp day while also touching on the topic of fantasy sleepers.
The third Buccaneer in NFL Network's Top 100 Players of 2015 list was revealed on Wednesday night as DT Gerald McCoy coincidentally landed in the exact same spot as last year.
Amid the usual offseason notes, there were some unanticipated developments at the mandatory mini-camp that ended Tampa Bay's offseason training program last week.
This week's mailbag touches on homecoming players, the hopeful return of Tampa Bay's offensive backfield to elite status and the anticipation of more Kenny Bell news.
Tim Wright could join a small fraternity of players who have had two different stints with the Buccaneers, a group that includes Warrick Dunn, Steve DeBerg and George Yarno.
Buc linemen won't start truly testing each other until the pads go on in camp, but rookie G Ali Marpet knows he can improve his game now by better learning to recognize what a defense is about to do.