Who Stays, Goes for Bucs at Tight End?

With about a month until free agency gets underway, now is the perfect time to analyze the Bucs roster. Over the next month, we will go position by position on the Bucs current roster and tell you who we think stays and who we think goes for the 2015 season.

With about a month until free agency gets underway, now is the perfect time to analyze the Bucs roster. Over the next month, we will go position by position on the Bucs current roster and tell you who we think stays and who we think goes for the 2015 season.

Today we focus on the Tight Ends:

Austin Seferian-Jenkins: ASJ did not live up to the billing of a high 2nd round pick in 2014, but the talent is there. He obviously must stay healthy. In Dirk Koetter's offense, Seferian-Jenkins could put up big years like Tony Gonzalez and Marcedes Lewis have done with Koetter making the play calls.

Commish's Call: STAYS

Brandon Myers: Myers recently signed a contract extension with the Bucs. Myers is a balanced tight end who provides some solid depth.

Commish's Call: STAYS

Luke Stocker: Stocker became the consistent devastating blocker he was supposed to become when he was drafted a couple years ago. I'm not sure if Stocker returns as a tight end or a full back, but if the Bucs are serious about establishing a run game, they should bring Stocker back.

Commish's Call: STAYS

Cameron Brate: Brate is a young tight end in the mold of Brandon Myers. He is a balanced tight end who provides depth.

Commish's Call: STAYS

Taylor Sloat: Sloat is an interchangeable part of the roster.

Commish's Call: GONE

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