The Tampa Bay Buccaneers added Julio Jones as a free agent 

wideout this offseason to strengthen their receiving group.

Injury issues prevented the former Alabama product from participating 

in more than 10 sports last year, which will be a major problem in 2022.

Due to his frequent play at less than 100% after the third week,

when he had his first injury, it is also challenging to assess his 2021 output.

Week 2 saw the 33-year-old put on an impressive effort,

finishing with six receptions for 128 yards. Future Hall of Famers

could be able to take advantage of their opportunity right away, 

even if this level of production is unlikely to occur every week throughout the season.