14. Josh Shaw
Shaw, who comes over from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, should be a depth addition. He won’t fight for a starting spot but he can come in and possibly help right away.
He is definitely a better option than Brandon Williams at cornerback for sure. He seemed to be a shoe in for a backup up spot, but that was until the signing of Tremaine Brock this week.
That being said, Shaw should still be able to provide depth and could ultimately be the guy the moves Williams off the roster. He has a lot to still prove however.
He has one career interception. It came while with the Cincinnati Bengals, the team he was with until he was released in 2018. Last season he bounced around a bit.
He spent time with the Bengals from 2015 until last season. Then he went to the Kansas City Chiefs before ultimately ending up in Tampa Bay.