The Tampa Bay Buccaneers roster will look significantly different in 2023 than it did in 2022.
For starters, Tom Brady is no longer on the roster given his offseason retirement.
The Buccaneers have recently signed Baker Mayfield, starting a competition between him and Kyle Trask.
With a new quarterback looming for the Buccaneers, the team is also on the hunt for some updates to their offensive line.
According to NFL insider Jordan Schultz, Chris Murray has a team visit scheduled with the Buccaneers.
#Oklahoma center Chris Murray is on a top 30 visit with the #Bucs today, source tells @theScore.
The #UCLA transfer was a 2x All Big-12 performer at right guard for the #Sooners, but teams project him as a center in the NFL.
— Jordan Schultz (@Schultz_Report) April 4, 2023
As Schultz indicates, Murray was a two-time member of the All-Big 12 and has experience as a right guard.
However, some teams believe that Murray will be a high-octane center in the NFL, despite not playing that position at the collegiate level.
Murray is a 6-foot-2, 300-pound lineman, and could make an immediate impact on the Buccaneers’ roster.
Currently, they have just one center on their roster, ten-year NFL veteran Ryan Jensen, who has played the last five seasons with the team.
If Jensen is nearing retirement, the Buccaneers could view Murray as an adequate replacement once Jensen does retire.
Who else will the Buccaneers add to their roster ahead of the 2023 season?
The Buccaneers have nine total picks in April’s draft, including the 19th, 50th, and 82nd overall.
If they do take Murray with the 19th pick, the Buccaneers will able to put one position behind them.
The wide receiver and running back positions have also been identified as places of growth for the Buccaneers, given their aging assets in those roles.NEXT: The Buccaneers Have Released A Veteran Kicker