Buccaneers Down To 53 Man Roster

The Buccaneers have trimmed down to 53 with more than 24 hours to go before the deadline. According to Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times, the following players have been dropped from the roster: "<strong

Among the cuts, Vitale’s is one of the most surprising. The Bucs are planning on carrying five tight ends, yet the sixth-round pick out of Northwestern apparently did not show enough to make the cut. The Bucs will have Cameron Brate, Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Luke Stocker, Brandon Myers, and UDFA Alan Cross on the roster to open up the season instead. Myers and Cross were both considered to be on the bubble somewhat, but they have impressed Dirk Koetter & Co. to the point where they are going to carry five tight ends and bounce a sixth-round pick in order to keep both of them. Myers was inactive for the Bucs’ final five games of 2015 as a healthy scratch.

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5 comments on “Buccaneers Down To 53 Man Roster

  1. assumptions

    Vitale? Really? Surely he was better than ASJ, who since being a buc, as been a total bust…just dumbass decisions as usual.

  2. Chris A

    Kind of bummed Kenny didn’t work out. But it’s a business and you have to perform. Jeremiah George will get picked up maybe. Javien Elliott was a long shot and hope he gets a chance elsewhere.

  3. danray13

    Alan no hands cross? He made the team when Vitale can do anything. They keep the bum asj?? Smh he sucks

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