The Buccaneers are seeking more production from a versatile group of tight ends excited by the prospect of an increased workload in a passing attack that ranked among the worst in the NFL a year ago.
The team's rookie quarterback and new offensive coordinator are exploring all options to get better.
"When I look at this team, I see everyone as targets," Winston said.
"Those guys are good," the No. 1 overall pick in this year's draft added. "It's a lot of things in position for us to succeed."
Tampa Bay tight ends had a combined 51 receptions for 469 yards and two touchdowns last season, with Seferian-Jenkins and Myers accounting for most of those yards. The group was strengthened this spring by the signing of Wright. He rejoined the Bucs after spending last season in New England, where he had 26 receptions, scored six TDs and won a Super Bowl ring. The story said the team is most excited about Seferian-Jenkins potential. We rank him 14th on our TE list.