Last season’s success story, Danny Lansanah, has signed a one-year tender to stay in Tampa Bay at least through the 2015 season.
The former practice squad journeyman, who even spent three years in the Canadian Football League, eventually joined the Buccaneers in 2013 and had a breakout season for the team in 2014. Lansanah, 29, played in all 16 games recording 81 tackles, 1.5 sacks and three interceptions with two resulting in touchdowns. Through 11 starts he also showed unique versatility, starting at least one game at all three linebacker positions.
With the addition of Bruce Carter it’s expected that Lansanah will compete for the strongside linebacker spot, which was his initial position after replacing Jonathan Casillas during the preseason.
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Reward young men that does what he is told. GO Bucs
I signed a chicken tender, but it rotted eventually.
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