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Anthony Collins (T), Demar Dotson (T), Logan Mankins (G), Patrick Omameh (G), Evan Dietrich-Smith (C), Kadeem Edwards (G), Kevin Pamphile (T), Oniel Cousins (G), Rishaw Johnson (G), Garrett Gilkey (T)
The most maligned unit on the entire team, Tampa Bay's offensive line has struggled mightily this preseason despite being completely overhauled by the new regime.
Right tackle Dotson is the only returning starter from last year's group, and with good reason, as he remains the most consistent performer on the line. Free-agent acquisition Collins replaces Donald Penn at left tackle, while another veteran free agent in Dietrich-Smith takes over for the departed Jeremy Zuttah at center.
Guard is where the Bucs have struggled the most this preseason, but help is on the way following a trade with New England that brought six-time Pro Bowler Mankins to Tampa Bay.
He'll lock down the left guard spot vacated by the retired Carl Nicks, while Omameh looks to be the current favorite to start at right guard.
Cousins started at left guard during the preseason, but his play obviously made the Bucs look for help elsewhere. He'll provide depth on the inside along with Rishaw Johnson, who was a late addition to the roster in a trade with Kansas City.
Both rookies selected in the fifth round of the 2014 draft, Edwards and Pamphile, are raw prospects who need time to develop.
Gilkey is the most recent addition to the roster, having been added on Sunday. The Bucs waived Josh Allen to make room on the roster, which was interesting considering that the undrafted free agent from Louisiana-Monroe was the only other center listed on the roster outside of Dietrich-Smith.
This group still has a lot of progress to make, but getting Mankins should make a huge impact. Still, based on its performance in the preseason, I'll have to see it to believe it.