The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have re-signed long snapper/tight end Dave Moore to a one-year contract, PewterReport.com is reporting.

Moore, 36, is entering his 15th season in the National Football League. He originally entered the league in 1992 out of Pittsburgh.

Moore’s first tour of duty with the Bucs was from 1992-2001. After being released by Tampa Bay in a salary cap maneuver, Moore signed with the Buffalo Bills. He spent two seasons (2002-03) there before parting ways with the Bills.

The 6-foot-2, 250-pound Moore re-signed with Tampa Bay during the 2004 offseason, and he’s been with the Bucs ever since, serving as the team’s long snapper while seeing a limited amount of action on offense. In fact, Moore has caught just four passes over the past two seasons.

Moore has hauled in 206 career passes for 2,019 yards and 28 touchdowns in the 207 career games he’s played in. He ranks second in team history with 177 games played as a Buccaneer.


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