The Bucs have signed offensive lineman Ted Larsen to the practice squad on Tuesday. This is the second time in his career that Larsen is on the Bucs’ roster after spending the first four of his NFL seasons here starting in 2010.

Larsen is a local of the Tampa Bay area as he played his high school football at Palm Harbor U. He then went on to play his college ball at NC State and got drafted in the sixth round of the 2010 NFL Draft by the New England Patriots. He’s spent time with the Bears, Dolphins and Cardinals along the way. He’ll be playing for Bruce Arians again, who was his coach for two years in Arizona.

Larsen has played in 137 games in his career, starting in 88 of them. This was highlighted in 2014 with the Cardinals while playing with Arians and going 11-5 where he started in all 16 games and one playoff game.

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4 months ago

This is also good news. A bit small at his position, but he is dependable.

4 months ago

I’ll take any Olineman with good experience that we can get.

4 months ago

Certainly, quality depth for sure. Always like to see the local boys get a shot or in this case, another shot.

Go Bucs 72
4 months ago

Wasn’t Larsen the dude BA was going to cut for parking in his spot?