With many fans calling for punter Micheal Koenen’s job after a subpar 2014, the Buccaneers could be considering making a change, announcing on Friday they have signed Jacob Schum to their practice squad.
Schum is no stranger to Tampa Bay. The former University of Buffalo punter signed with the Buccaneers on January 6, 2014 before being released on May 21. Schum then signed with the New York Jets, spending the offseason and preseason with the team, before being waived on August 23.
Another poor outing by Koenen in Washington could spell the end of Koenen’s career in Tampa Bay for the former Falcons free agent who was signed in 2011.
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watched some of his tape. Lot different style. Yet, good hang time with distance. Would be an improvement and Murray has a good leg for kickoffs anyways
About time the coaching staff noticed that this was a problem. Sheesh…
but I thought Koenen was being asked to kick that way?
I’m trying to get excited about the Bucs signing a punter to their practice squad.
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