The Tampa Bay Buccaneers got their training camp roster back up to 90 names Monday with the signing of offensive lineman Kevin Palmer.
Sunday’s waiving of offensive lineman Caylin Hauptmann with no correlating pickup left the team with another spot to fill.
According to a team press release, Palmer (6-foot-4, 290-pounds) entered the league with the Arizona Cardinals as an undrafted free agent in 2014 out of Baylor. He spent that offseason and preseason with Arizona and landed on the Cardinals’ practice squad by the start of the regular season. Palmer was waived by Arizona during the 2015 offseason and bounced from the Kansas City Chiefs to the Pittsburgh Steelers once the 2015 season began. He was waived by Pittsburgh after not appearing in any regular season game action.
Palmer will wear No. 70 for the Buccaneers. He is the fourth player the Bucs have acquired since training camp began July 28, joining Hauptmann, CB Daniel Davie and DE Martin Ifedi. Players waived in that same time period have been Hauptmann, CB Joel Ross and QB Dan LeFevour.
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