Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Complete 2014 NFL Draft Wrap-Up and Analysis

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Complete 2014 NFL Draft Wrap-Up and Analysis
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When general manager Jason Licht stepped to the podium to address the media at the conclusion of the 2014 NFL draft, this quote pretty much told fans all they need to know about this year's new class of Tampa Bay Buccaneers:

"If anyone sees (defensive coordinator) Leslie Frazier let me know.  And if anybody sees (head coach Lovie Smith), we told him the draft was next weekend so he's on vacation right now."

After attacking free agency hard on the defensive side of the ball, the Bucs spent all six of their 2014 draft picks on offensive players.  After being the league's worst offense in 2013, it's hard to blame Tampa Bay for adding multiple offensive playmakers, as well as a pair of blockers to help free them up to do their jobs.

One position on offense where fans expected to see some movement was at quarterback, but despite receiving multiple trade offers for Mike Glennon, the Bucs chose to keep him and not draft a quarterback.

After a disappointing 4-12 season in 2013, the Bucs' new management has overhauled a roster that already had plenty of promising young talent.  Let's take a look at the latest additions and how they'll impact the team in 2014.

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