TAMPA, Fla. (AP) The Tampa Bay Buccaneers feel good about Jameis Winston's chances of making them relevant again. Even more after the NFL draft.
Tight end O.J. Howard, receiver Chris Godwin and running back Jeremy McNichols are the latest additions to an offense that could be more potent beginning next season.
Safety Justin Evans, linebacker Kendall Beckwith and run-stopper Stevie Tu'ikolovatu will compete for playing time on a defense led by five-time Pro Bowl tackle Gerald McCoy that played well while the Bucs were winning six of eight games to climb into playoff contention late last season.