The Buccaneers made several roster moves related to their eight-man practice squad Wednesday, signing defensive end Josh Leonard and cornerback Jamar Love, and releasing wide receiver Darnell Jenkins.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers made several roster moves related to their eight-man practice squad Wednesday.
The Bucs signed defensive end Josh Leonard and cornerback Jamar Love, and released wide receiver Darnell Jenkins, who signed to the team's practice squad last week.
The 6-foot-3, 305-pound Leonard spent the offseason, training camp and preseason with the Houston Texans. He notched 33 sacks in two years at Sierra JUCCO, where he was an All-American. Leonard notched 4.5 sacks in two seasons (26 games) at Hawaii.
The Texans released Leonard on Sept. 5.
Love (6-0, 190) played collegiately at Arkansas. He spent most of the offseason, training camp and preseason with the New England Patriots before being released on Sept. 5. Love caught on with the Dallas Cowboys' practice squad, but was released on Monday.
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