No. 2 trade destination for Jaguars LT Cam Robinson: Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are entering the first year without Tom Brady behind center for the first time since 2019, and expectations aren't particularly high heading into the 2023 season. Maybe it's because there's a sea of difference between Brady and former first-round pick Baker Mayfield, who's slated to compete with Kyle Trask in training camp but will most likely start in the opener.
Another reason for the lack of hype surrounding the Bucs is that they're somewhat devoid of star power. Sure, Mike Evans, who deserves an extension, and Chris Godwin remain in place. Also, former First-Team All-Pro linebacker Lavonta Davis is still playing at an absurd level after 11 seasons in the NFL. However, Tampa Bay either has roster holes or faces questions at a handful of position groups, including the offensive line.
After releasing Donovan Smith earlier this year, the Buccaneers are switching Tristan Wirfs at left tackle and expect 2022 second-round pick Luke Goedeke to line up at right tackle. While the move could potentially work out, it could also backfire, which is why it would make sense for the Buccaneers to trade for Robinson, especially if they don't want to miss the playoffs.
With Robinson in the fold, the Bucs would have insurance in case either Wirfs gets hurt or Goedeke underperforms. This is a realistic scenario when you consider that Goedeke started at right tackle in Central Michigan but might not have the ideal arm length to thrive in the pros. Either way, general manager Jason Licht should have the Jags on speed dial.