The Buccaneers will continue their search for a cornerback on Monday when Denver free agent Karl Paymah visits One Buccaneer Place, PewterReport.com is reporting.
The 6-foot, 195-pound Paymah, 26 has three career interceptions in five starts during his four-year tenure with the Broncos. He worked with current Bucs defensive coordinator Jim Bates during Bates' one-year tenure in Denver in 2007.
The 2005 third-round draft pick out of Washington State has made his biggest impact on special teams while playing for Denver.
Paymah's visit will come just days after Tampa Bay lost CB Phillip Buchanon to the Detroit Lions. Buffalo free agent CB Jabari Greer was also on Tampa Bay's radar before he signed with New Orleans earlier this week.