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The Buccaneers announced they have signed unrestricted free agent receiver Kevin Ogletree and unresticted free agent linebacker Jonathan Casillas. Casillas (6-1, 227) joins the Buccaneers for his fifth NFL season after spending last four years with the New Orleans Saints. He has played in 38 games, with eight starts, recording 85 tackles, 3.0 sacks, three passes defensed and two fumble recoveries. He also had nine special teams tackles. Last season, Casillas tied with for the team lead with two fumble recoveries, while playing in a career-best 14 games. In 2011, Casillas started five of the 13 games in which he appeared and recorded career highs with 57 tackles and three sacks, the fourth-most on the team. Ogletree (6-1, 198), spent the past four seasons with the Dallas Cowboys playing in 46 games with two starts, recording 57 receptions for 730 yards and four touchdowns. He also returned 20 kicks for 389 yards with the Cowboys. This past season, Ogletree had his best season as a pro, hauling in 32 catches for 436 yards and four touchdowns. He had a career day against the New York Giants in the first week of the season, catching eight passes for 114 yards and two touchdowns. The team also announced the signing of restricted free agent running back LeGarrette Blount and exclusive rights free agent defensive tackle Corvey Irvin; tendered restricted free agent defensive end Daniel Te’o-Nesheim; and released linebacker Quincy Black. The release of Black gives the Bucs some additional cap space of over $5 million. The post Buccaneers sign Kevin Ogletree and Jonathan Casillas appeared first on The Bay Cave.
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Free Agency is three days deep and Cowboys fans are salivating at some pretty good players going bye-bye as we remain handcuffed to our horrid cap management. If the season started today, the Cowboys would not win more than 8 games. The offensive line from 2012 remains fully intact and that should be scaring the crap outta fans. The #1 weakness going into the upcoming season is our...
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acquire New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis, and the team’s management is
now “fully on board” with a trade involving the All-Pro, according to Jason Cole
of Yahoo! Sports.
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are willing to accept in exchange for Revis. Tampa Bay doesn’t want to
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Spears was released by the Cowboys this offseason after starting six games last season.
Baltimore is focusing on strengthening their defensive front in free agency apparently.
After an offseason of losing players from their Super Bowl roster, the Baltimore Ravens have made a free-agent acquisition that bolsters their defensive line.
A source told FOXSports.com that former Dallas Cowboys defensive end Marcus Spears is signing a two-year contract with Baltimore.
The news was first reported by FOXSports.com.
Spears, 30, played all eight of his NFL seasons...