The Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed two more 2007 draft picks on Tuesday.

With fourth-round pick Tanard Jackson and seventh-round selection Marcus Hamilton signed back in late June, Tampa Bay made its first July signings by inking fifth-round pick, defensive tackle Greg Peterson, and sixth-round selection, linebacker Adam Hayward, to their rookie deals.

The Bucs have a total of 10 picks from the 2007 NFL Draft, which means they have six rookies that still are unsigned, including defensive end Gaines Adams (first round), guard Arron Sears (second round), safety Sabby Piscitelli (second round), linebacker Quincy Black (third round), tackle Chris Denman (seventh round) and running back Kenneth Darby (seventh round).

Bucs general manager Bruce Allen, who has never had a rookie holdout during his four-year tenure in Tampa Bay, plans to have all of the team’s draft picks signed before the they report to Celebration Hotel for training camp on July 26.

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