The Bucs announced on Monday that they have signed WR Amara Darboh to their practice squad.
Darboh was a third-round draft pick out of Michigan to the Seahawks in 2017 and played in 16 games for Seattle where he totaled eight receptions for 71 yards before being waived prior to the 2018 season. Darboh was acquired off of waivers by New England but was released shortly after and eventually ended the season on the injured reserve.
Darboh spent the 2019 off-season and preseason with Seattle and the Bucs have released WR Emanuel Hall to make room for the new pass-catcher.
We've signed WR Amara Darboh to our practice squad.
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