Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cut 12


Jun 10, 2014; Tampa Bay, FL, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver

Tommy Streeter

(85) works out for mini camp at One Buccaneer Place. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Update 3 (5:43 p.m., 26/08):

The Bucs have made a number of moves to get down to the 75-man roster limit. Gorrer was actually placed on injured reserve, while Matt Patchan, J.B. Shugarts and Deveron Carr have been waived. The Bucs also signed cornerback Marc Anthony and guard Jeremiah Warren.

Update 2 (4:25 p.m., 26/08):

Cornerback Danny Gorrer has been cut by the Bucs. They still need to announce one more cut to reach the mandatory 75-man roster limit.

Update 1 (11:16 a.m.,25/08):

The Bucs have released Damaso Munoz. They must still cut two more players by 4 p.m. Tuesday


As the Tampa Bay Buccaneers work their way towards the 75-man roster limit by Tuesday afternoon, the Bucs cut 12 players today.

The players cut are as follows:

LS Jeremy Cain
DT Euclid Cummings
OL Jace Daniels
WR Skye Dawson
OL Jason Foster
DE Ryne Giddins
G R.J. Mattes
WR Eric Page
WR Tommy Streeter
DE Chaz Sutton
QB Alex Tanney
FB Ian Thompson

The majority of the cuts aren’t surprising. Cutting Cain and Thompson means Andrew DePaola has won the long snapper job and it was already obvious Jorvorskie Lane had won the fullback job.

However, cutting Jace Daniels and Jason Foster is somewhat surprising but it shows they weren’t within a realistic chance of making the final 53. Both had been on the second-team all preseason, while Daniels had practiced with the first-team starters earlier in training camp.

Page had a chance to earn a place on the roster with his return game skills but he’s since been overtaken by Solomon Patton, who looks like he’s won that gig moving forward. Streeter opened some eyes in training camp and caught a 6-yard touchdown pass in the preseason opener but it wasn’t enough as the Bucs have a number of better options at receiver.

The other cuts were a case of too much depth and ability at their position.

The Bucs must still make three more cuts by the 4 p.m. Tuesday deadline. Tampa Bay next plays Thursday night against the Washington Redskins in its final preseason tilt.