The Tampa Bay Buccaneers re-signed tight end/long snapper Dave Moore to a one-year contract Friday.

Moore, who spent the first 10 years of his career with Tampa Bay, re-joined the Buccaneers last season after spending three seasons in Buffalo. He has caught 205 career passes for 2,014 yards and 28 touchdowns.

Although he can play at tight end, Moore’s primary job last season was long snapping, which is the job he’s expected to handle in 2005.

Seattle Seahawks free agent TE Itula Mili is scheduled to visit Tampa Bay Monday, has learned. New York Jets free agent TE Anthony Becht is also expected to visit One Buccaneer Place next week.

The Bucs have also expressed interest in free agent tight ends Freddie Jones (Arizona) Roland Williams (Oakland) and Marcus Pollard (Indianapolis).

Cornerback Juran Bolden, who was released by the Jacksonville Jaguars Thursday, will likely visit Tampa Bay next week. Bolden, who is a native of Tampa, visited with the Bucs last year before signing with Jacksonville.

Wide receiver Joe Jurevicius is still weighing his options as a free agent. According to his agent, Neil Cornrich, Jurevicius has received interest from several clubs, including two of his former teams — the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and New York Giants.

“It’s particularly flattering that two of the organizations that Joe has previously played for — the Giants and Bucs- have expressed a strong desire to have him back,” said Cornrich. “We also have some other teams interested. We’re going to let the market come to Joe and we’ll see what happens.”

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