We don't often spend a lot of time talking about offensive linemen in a fantasy context, but Mankins' addition to the Tampa offensive line could have an impact. The Bucs have been looking for help along their front line -- especially at the guard spot. Adding a player with six career Pro Bowl appearances represents an upgrade over Tampa Bay's current choices at the position, notably in the department of run blocking.
Going the other way is Tim Wright, who had a few nice fantasy weeks in 2013 but wasn't going to beat out rookie Austin Seferian-Jenkins for playing time in Tampa. The Patriots aren't likely to use a lot of two-tight end sets in their offense, which means Wright could be used as insurance for Rob Gronkowski. It does stand as another reason to be concerned about Gronk's status, which remains unsettled for Week 1. But before you assume Wright can just slide in to Gronk's spot in the event of an injury, let Around the NFL's Chris Wesseling hit you with a dose of reality.