Few teams did as much as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to transform their teams this offseason.
Years of bad drafts and personnel mismanagement dating back to Jon Gruden and Bruce Allen through Raheem Morris, Greg Schiano and Mark Dominik doomed the Buccaneers to mediocrity over the decade.
Lovie Smith and Jason Licht began a drastic transformation of the roster soon after taking the reins, not unlike Andy Reid did with the Kansas City Chiefs last year.
Smith and Licht filled a number of holes including defensive end, addressed several depth deficiencies and reconstructed the offensive line. This required the release of cornerback Darrelle Revis and most of last season's starting offensive line.
Even after all the roster moves, the Bucs still have some holes to fill. Here are the Bucs' biggest remaining offseason priorities.