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May 3, 2012 @ 5:17 pm
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Bucs Cut Webber, McCargo, Add Two Offensive Tackles

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Mark Cook

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The shuffling of the Buccaneers roster continued this week as Tampa Bay released WR Raymond Webber and DT John McCargo.

Webber was impressive in the early few days of the Bucs 2011 training camp but tore a hamstring that ended his rookie season before it had barely started.

McCargo, a former first round draft pick by the Buffalo Bills, was signed during training camp but released during the final cut downs just before the season opener against Detroit. As the 2011 season progressed, and injuries began taking their toll on the defense, McCargo was re-signed late in the year. McCargo played in four games for the Buccaneers in 2011, registering just five tackles.

Tuesday the Buccaneers announced the free agent signings of two offensive tackles, Northern Illinois’ Trevor Olson and Rocky Weaver who played collegiately at Central Michigan.

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    That came as a bit of surprise for me too. I wasn't expecting they would cut Raymond Webber. Rat exterminator nyc
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    Dam they cut Raymond Webber? Thats a bit surprising. He was one of the surprises last training camp. Looks like the injury must be lingering. Tough break was looking forward to what he could do with a fresh start.
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    Doubt it was injury related. Know how the new Schiano way is to be respectful and to be careful about what you post on Twitter? https://twitter.com/#!/rayblinkie1906
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    Just when you think Tampa has done on the changes here we go again. I rather Tampa makes changes early in the new team players-GO BUCS
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