Coming off a 4-12 season, plenty of Tampa Bay Buccaneers have felt their seat grow a bit toasty this offseason.
Training camp is on the horizon, and the Bucs' new coaching staff will get their first true look at one of the most overhauled rosters in the entire league. But with the infusion of so much new blood comes the task of whittling away players who haven't been performing up to expectations.
Who needs a stellar performance in camp to lock up a spot on the final roster? Who will have to fight off serious competition to retain their starting spot? Who needs to stay healthy and be in peak physical shape to even have a chance at retaining their role on the team?
Let's take a look at who's on the bubble of receiving less playing time—if any at all—in 2014.