Bucs Cut Two More; Gorrer Out For SeasonAugust 26th, 2014
Mandatory roster cuts are a cruel thing, and Tampa Bay had to get its roster down to 75 by 4 o’clock this afternoon.
In a flurry of moves, the defensive backfield thinned out first with Danny Gorrer placed on injured reserve.
The veteran cornerback, best known for dropping what would have been an game-ending interception against Philadelphia in 2012, was one of only three unrestricted free agents re-signed by the Bucs this offseason. The other two were Jamon Meredith and Jonathan Casillas.
Gorrer didn’t play against Buffalo and was injured, a common theme among Bucs corners.
Waived were cornerback Deveron Carr, tackle Matt Patchan (injured) and T J.B. Shugarts.
The Bucs then picked up defensive back Marc Anthony, who was waived earlier this year. They also added offensive lineman Jeremiah Warren, who was on the Browns practice squad last year.