The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced a few moves to its practice squad Tuesday.

Defensive end Kourtnei Brown, running back Russell Hansbrough and offensive lineman Kyler Kerbyson to the practice squad. The team released safety Trae Elston from that 10-man roster to make room.

Brown (6-foot-4, 253-pounds) spent this past offseason and preseason with Tampa Bay, before being waived on Sept. 3. Brown played in five games last year, one with the Houston Texans and four games with the Bucs, and recorded two tackles.

Hansbrough (5-foot-9, 195-pounds) made his NFL debut with the in Week 5 at Carolina and has spent time on the Bucs’ practice squad this season.

Kerbyson (6-foot-4, 318-pounds) entered the NFL as a college free agent with the New England Patriots this year. The former Tennessee Volunteer spent the offseason and preseason with the Patriots, before being waived on Aug. 15. Kerbyson also spent time with the Bucs during the preseason.

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