The Buccaneers have expressed interest in a number of free agent cornerbacks, including Cincinnati's Jamar Fletcher, Buffalo's Jabari Greer and Baltimore's Corey Ivy.
No visits were scheduled until Sunday when the Bucs arranged a meeting with Greer in Tampa on Monday, PewterReport.com is reporting.
Greer, 27, has spent all five of his pro seasons in Buffalo. The former undrafted free agent out of Tennessee has seen significant playing time as both a nickel corner and starting cornerback.
In that time, the 5-foot-11, 180-pound Greer, who has also received interest from other teams, including Detroit, has recorded four interceptions and two touchdowns. Both scores came last season.
Tampa Bay remains interested in Fletcher and Ivy, and the Bucs are also interested in re-signing CB Phillip Buchanon, who became a free agent on Feb. 27.
New York Giants running back Derrick Ward is scheduled to visit the Bucs on Tuesday.
According to sources close to the situation, Raiders guard Cooper Carlisle did not visit Tampa Bay despite what previous reports suggested.
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