McCoy averaged 4.6 YPC for the Chiefs last season and showed that he still had something left in the tank, though the team made him inactive for several games down the stretch and in the postseason. The timing of this signing could be related to Ke'Shawn Vaughn's name popping up on the COVID-19/IR list. McCoy could just be a veteran camp body or Bruce Arians may have bigger plans since McCoy looked solid in 2019. The signing certainly takes some wind out of Ronald Jones' sails and Vaughn will now have to overcome McCoy and Jones to see the field in 2020. We currently have McCoy projected as the Buccaneers RB3.