According to J.P. Peterson of the Happy Hour on 1010AM CBS Sports Radio, the Buccaneers have reached an agreement with Jeremy Trueblood and Davin Joseph. With Joseph returning the Bucs have added a major piece to the offensive line. The sixth-year pro has the ability to be a dominant run-blocker and a good pass protector. While he has not played his best football recently, a move back to a power-scheme with a new offensive line coach should help him tremendously.
Jeremy Trueblood will likely compete for a starting job with incumbent starter James Lee. Trueblood had started for four years prior to the 2010 season, but lost his starting job to Lee after suffering an injury. Lee held on to that job once Trueblood returned from injury. While Trueblood is a good run blocker, he is a liability as a pass blocker. Despite that, it would be a surprise if the Bucs added another tackle to the mix.
They have talent and depth at most offensive line positions now, as well as continuity. The fact that the offensive line is still the same as it has been these past years is a concern, but developing young players and a new scheme could lead to a significant improvement.