Kafka, 27, did not take a snap during his short stint on the Bucs’ active roster. His lone NFL experience came in 2011 with the Eagles where he appeared in four games, completing 11 of 16 throws.
Although he drew some interest from the Cowboys back in February, Kafka was signed by the Bucs and spent most of the year with the club before becoming a roster casualty during the cutdown to 53 players. After he cleared waivers though, Tampa Bay quickly re-added him to its practice squad, making him the de facto No. 3 signal-caller for the team despite the fact that he wasn’t on the active roster.