Tampa Bay signed linebacker Adarius Glanton to its active roster today, picking him off the Carolina Panthers practice squad.
To make room for Glanton, a second-year pro out of Florida Atlantic, the Bucs waived safety Kimario McFadden.
Glanton, 6-foot-1, 230-pounds, played in 10 regular season games last year, including two starts. He recorded nine tackles, one tackle for loss, one forced fumble and three special teams tackles. Glanton also played in two postseason games with Carolina, starting one of them. He’s originally from Bartow and has been on the Panthers practice squad all 12 weeks of the 2015 regular season.
Got to be a reason he was on their PS and not on the Roster; just guessing, but probably isn’t quick enough to react. I always like picking up players from other teams PS, but I’d prefer they were there because they are rookies with potential.
Could be Horse that Carolina already got good LBs in Keuchly and Davis. Could be a good sign that he was kept on the PS for so long. While I don’t miss Mark Dominik, he was pretty good at raiding Practice Squads.
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We don’t have much choice with Alexander facing a 4 game suspension and Carter injured
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