Which of the Buccaneers' Undrafted Free Agents Could Make the 53-Man Roster?

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Which of the Buccaneers' Undrafted Free Agents Could Make the 53-Man Roster?
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The life of an undrafted free agent is far from glamorous.

For one, unlike those who are selected during the NFL draft, UFAs earn little to no money unless they earn a spot on the 53-man roster.

Secondly, the hours of study and physical preparation are often long and arduous, not to mention anxiety-filled for the simple fact that their status with the team is uncertain, at best.

But such is the life of the young men who are chasing their dreams of becoming professional football players.

All told, the Buccaneers have 18 UFAs entering camp, including former Rutgers player Eric LeGrand. Mind you, LeGrand is not competing for a roster spot, so technically, 17 men are vying for one of 53 available spaces on the final roster.

With that said, I've listed the UFAs and analyzed their chances of making the final roster.

Who's in? Who's out?

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