NFL Draft 2011: Tampa Bay Buccaneers Looking for More Pieces Around Josh Freeman

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NFL Draft 2011: Tampa Bay Buccaneers Looking for More Pieces Around Josh Freeman
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Josh Freeman went from inconsistent rookie to sophomore star last season on his way to leading the Buccaneers to a 10-6 record.

The main reason for his success might have been his greatly improved maturity and decision-making. He also was surrounded by more talent with the additions of rookies LeGarrette Blount and Mike Williams.

Even with the newcomers of last season, Tampa Bay is still looking to put more talent around Freeman, and this year's draft is a great time to do so.

The three main positions the Bucs could add to are guard, running back and wide receiver. Even with Davin Joseph at guard, Blount in the backfield and Williams at wideout, the Bucs still could use a decent amount of depth at the positions. Here are some potential draftees that could provide just that.

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