Bucs Moving Fast On Defensive LineSeptember 1st, 2012
When the Bucs pulled Wallace Gilberry off the practice field earlier this afternoon to be cut (ouch, the NFL is cruel), the Bucs were darn thin on defensive line.
Gary Gibson and Daniel Te’o-Nesheim were the backups to Roy Miller and Gerald McCoy.
The leader of the New Schiano Order didn’t skirt the D-line depth issue today and made it clear that “we’re going to bring in some new bodies.”
And late this afternoon the Bucs signed Corvey Irvin, who was cut from the Jaguars. He played in four games during the 2011 season. Irvin was a third-round pick of the Panthers in 2009.
There’s a huge buzz of action at One Buc Palace, and look for practice squad and other signees later tonight.