Bucs Add A QB, Cut Noodle Arm Brett SmithMay 21st, 2014
Apparently, the Bucs’ hierarchy saw what Joe saw over the past five days: Wyoming QB Brett Smith looked like a noodle-armed college quarterback.
Quickly signed by the Bucs as an undrafted free agent, and a guy many fans believed was a “quarterback of the future,” Smith was cut today in a flurry of roster moves.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed tight ends Cameron Brate and Ian Thompson, plus wide receiver Quintin Payton. Also inked was veteran QB Alex Tanney, who has bounced around with the Chiefs, Cowboys and Browns since being undrafted in 2012.
The Bucs cut defensive lineman David Hunter and punter Jacob Schum to make room. Tampa Bay also filled its last open roster spot.
Unfamiliar with Tanney? Well he’s world famous for being the “trick shot quarterback.” Enjoy the video below. It never gets old for football junkies.