All of a sudden, tight end is a position of strength for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Selecting former Washington TE Austin-Seferian Jenkins in the second round of the 2014 NFL draft gave the Bucs an array of big-bodied pass catchers to pick from this season.
The Bucs already had Tim Wright and Brandon Myers on the roster as well as holdover Luke Stocker. The addition of Seferian-Jenkins is a clear indication that the Bucs want to move the ball with the tight end position in 2014.
While the ability to catch the ball will be the key factor to each player's spot on the roster, the Bucs' tight ends may also distinguish themselves if they can prove reliable blockers. Though none of the Bucs' current tight ends is known for blocking, diversity in their game might be the one thing that sets one of them apart from the others.
Here is a breakdown of the Bucs' current crop of tight ends and where they look to fall on the depth chart.