5.) Tampa Bay Buccaneers
When Tom Brady officially retired from the NFL, that left the Buccaneers without a true successor going into 2023. In free agency last year, the Bucs signed quarterback Baker Mayfield on a prove it $8 million deal and provide competition with Kyle Trask.
Mayfield ended up beating out Trask for the starting job and led the Bucs not only the NFC South division championship, but also defeated the Philadelphia Eagles in the first round of the playoffs. There is plenty of interest between Mayfield and the Bucs to be together for the foreseeable future.
With that being said, one wideout who helped Mayfield make a comeback in his career may not be on the Bucs’ roster in 2024. Mike Evans was drafted to Tampa Bay in 2014 and has been the most important and consistent player on the roster. Evans played on a contract year this past season and there is a chance that he may depart from Tampa Bay.
If this scenario were to happen, Tampa Bay could look at bringing in Davis who has the same physical features as Evans in terms of size and help solidify the receiving core with Chris Godwin.