The Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed three more draft picks on Tuesday afternoon, inking linebacker Kwon Alexander, wide receiver Kenny Bell and fullback Joey Iosefa to four-year deals. The Bucs signed top pick Jameis Winston, who will be Tampa Bay’s starting quarterback, on May 1, and signed return specialist Kaelin Clay, the team’s sixth-round pick, earlier on Tuesday.

Alexander, who went to LSU, was drafted in the fourth round, while Bell, who hails from Nebraska was Tampa Bay’s fifth-round selection. Iosefa, who played at Hawaii, was the Bucs’ seventh-round pick this year.

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6 years ago

Well Iam so glad I get a chance to say what they should have done and how these picks will effected the season.Iam so gald that Tampa has a new Offense Cord and a Qb Coach. Iam so glad that Jameis Winston is the Qb that Tampa wanted all alone. But the draft can be good as well as bad. I will give the drasft a C- because of these factors. At #34. Tampa pick a OT that is so so,coming off a penn state team that shock everyone. With the 2nd picked Drop down and pick up some more… Read more »