The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced on Tuesday the signing of guard Antoine Everett.
Everett (6-3, 325) joins the Buccaneers as a college free agent, after playing collegiately at McNeese State. Following his senior season, the Richmond, Texas native was named first-team All-Southland Conference and first-team All-Louisiana, as selected by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association, while also earning second-team FCS All-American honors from the Associated Press and The Sports Network.
The team also announced that they have waived (injured) tight end Emmanuel Ogbuehi. Ogbuehi joined the team this offseason.
–From the Buccaneers communications department
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Lots of projects for the future, but not necessarily for this or next season. Go Bucs!
Finally creating our own farm system… what a concept!
I see Tampa is trying to have a depth at all positions. In 2015 and beyond. I hope all the buc fans would start keeping up the positions that Tampa could be looking at. I do enjoyed following 24/7 365 with TB and college players that could be landed. If the fans would start early and watch and listed during the off season and what Tampa may be looking for. It would be easlier to digest the players they selected. With the new coaching in their positions.I think each game will be a test on how many games tampa will win or loss. Go Bucs
Looks like we’re loading up the roster which will give us more competition. We finally seem to have adopted the strategy of building our own players instead of free agents. That said, rumor is G Evan Mathis may be on the chopping block for Philly. I wouldn’t mind seeing him come in and provide some additional veteran leadership along side Mankins.
Anything is better than O’Neil Cousins and Garrett Gilkey
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