The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been quite the busy bunch this offseason.
They've brought on an entirely new coaching staff, spent an uncharacteristic amount of money on free agents and added—at a minimum—three new starters via the NFL draft last month.
But for all of the work they've done and strides they've made, there are still areas of concern for the Bucs both on and off the field heading into the 2012 season.
That of course is to be expected from an organization who enters the season desperate for answers on how to end their current 10-game losing streak.
And while a lot of the unknowns surrounding the team will work themselves out over the course of OTAs and training camp, there are a few inherent topics that will be up for debate before, during and after the season has come to its conclusion.
Good, bad or indifferent, the Buccaneers have spent countless hours, days and weeks since the end of last season changing not only their identity as a football team but the mentality within the locker room.
Lucky for us, we'll soon find out how well the message has been received by the results on the field.