Needs another strong offseason Dixon (shoulder) will compete for a starting role during training camp, Scott Smith of the Buccaneers' official site reports.
Impact Dixon has yet to make his debut in the NFL, but he enjoyed a strong training camp as a rookie in 2019 prior to suffering a season-ending shoulder injury. Coach Bruce Arians said that Dixon was in the running for a starting gig when healthy, and he once again praised the Wisconsin product shortly after the conclusion of the 2019 campaign. He'll face strong competition from rookie second-round pick Antoine Winfield and veteran safety Andrew Adams, but Dixon should get another chance to compete for key reps when training camp officially kicks off. Should he underperform, on the other hand, Dixon may not even be guaranteed a spot on the 53-man roster.
JULY 7 • ROTOWIRE