The Tampa Bay Buccaneers held what they called a Front Office Forum this evening, with suite holders asking audience questions. Predictably, most of these questions have been about the draft -- and the Bucs have been impressively non-commital, refusing to even say whether they'll be drafting quarterback at all, per Roy Cummings.
But Licht was pretty clear on one thing: the offensive line will be addressed in the draft. Not that they really have a choice, given the massive holes they still have across the line.
Licht said there will be a focus on offensive line in the draft. Always looking for linemen to develop.— PewterReport.com (@PewterReport) April 9, 2015
Bucs GM Jason Licht answers with an emphatic "yes" when asked if team plans to draft some O-linemen this year. "As long as they're good fit"— Roy Cummings (@RCummingsTBO) April 9, 2015
Meanwhile, Lovie Smith refused to move on from Doug Martin as the starting running back -- at least for now, calling Bobby Rainey the "starting punt returner" and noting that they hadn't seen "the true Doug Martin yet," according to Roy Cummings. And finally, there was this bit of good news:
Bucs GM Jason Licht says signing LB Lavonte David will be among team's top priorities "after the draft." That earned big round of applause— Roy Cummings (@RCummingsTBO) April 9, 2015