The Tampa Bay Buccaneers trimmed their offseason roster down from 102 to 97 players Tuesday by releasing cornerbacks Carlos Campbell and Dominique Morris, linebacker Richard Glover, tackle Matt Martin and running back Fred Reid.

With the exception of Martin, who signed on April 12, all of the players released Tuesday were signed as undrafted drafted free agents following the 2005 NFL Draft.

Tampa Bay currently has 10 roster exceptions due to players who participated in NFL Europe. The Bucs must trim their roster down to 90 before they report to training camp on July 28.

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