The Tampa Bay Buccaneers filled out their 10-man practice squad Wednesday with the signing of tackle Martin Wallace.
Wallace (6-foot-6, 330-pounds) entered the league as a college free agent with the Cleveland Browns in 2013, playing in one game for the team that season. He was waived by Cleveland at the end of the 2014 preseason and added to the Carolina Panthers’ practice squad, where he spent the 2014 season, as well as this past offseason and preseason.
Wallace played his college ball at Temple and will wear No. 73 for Tampa Bay.
Yesterday the team announced the official signings of TE Cameron Brate, tackle Reid Fragel and WR Rannell Hall to the practice squad, while releasing T Edawn Coughman and T Terren Jones were released.
This is what that 10-man roster looks like as of Wednesday afternoon:
CB Jude Adjei-Barimah
TE Cameron Brate
CB Imoan Claiborne
WR Kaelin Clay
WR Donteea Dye
T Reid Fragel
WR Rannell Hall
LB Howard Jones
LB Josh Keyes
T Martin Wallace
I like these signings! Smart to bring back players familiar with the system and the lockerroom.
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Why so many WR’s? No DE?
Horse, nobody gives up good DEs. You have got to draft your own or pay a fortune in free agency, and that’s no guarantee. The very best seem to have a screw loose somewhere – maybe too much testosterone – who knows? Anybody we get now is somebody nobody else wanted!
macabee; I noticed the Steeler’s picked up Lyons as fast as they could after we cut him. I would have kept him. I have no clue how we are going to get a legit pass rush against Mariota or most QB’s this season; that’s why I’m thinking more like 5 wins. I sure hope I have underestimated what I have seen so far.
Eric: There’s only nine on this list. Are you sure Edawn Coughman was released?
Yes, you’re right. There were only nine with yesterday’s moves and today’s fills it out.
Bucs web site shows Edawn Coughman was released yesterday. Still have an open spot.
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