The Bucs have undergone quite the makeover since wrapping up the debacle that was the 2011 season.
The organization, hopeful that it can turn start over by turning the page on last season, brought on an all new coaching staff and overhauled the roster with free agents and rookies.
Head coach Greg Schiano said his staff would hold players accountable, and so far, he's been true to his word.
Safety Tanard Jackson was released and tight end Kellen Winslow Jr. was traded, in large part, because it is believed Schiano was not happy with the idea of having a separate set of rules for key players, which was common practice under the previous regime.
With that said, where has all of the offseason activity left the Bucs as they enter training camp in just a few weeks?
In other words, how have the moves impacted both quality and quantity?
I've broken the team into nine groups—five on offense and four on defense—and have graded each based on the players currently on the roster.