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Thanks to injuries, attrition and position changes, the Bucs have cycled through plenty of cornerbacks over the past two seasons.
Danny Gorrer has played plenty of meaningful snaps during that time, appearing in 13 games during his two years in Tampa Bay. Injuries and the eventual departure of Aqib Talib, as well as the moving of Ronde Barber to safety gave Gorrer plenty of opportunities to log solid playing time.
However, the Bucs have strengthened the corner position considerably in the last 12 months, drafting the promising Johnthan Banks in the second round last year, and adding free agents Alterraun Verner and Mike Jenkins in 2014. Despite the loss of Darrelle Revis, Gorrer finds himself hanging by a thread on the Bucs' depth chart, with Leonard Johnson likely ahead of him as well.
Barring injury, Gorrer looks like a long shot to make a significant impact this season and may not be a Buccaneer past 2014.