Found September 01, 2012 on Fox Sports Florida:
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TAMPA The revolving door was spinning Saturday afternoon at One Buccaneer Place, as the club continued to tweak its 53-man roster well after the 9 p.m. Friday NFL deadline. Two players were pulled from the practice field early into a short session and waived, while two others went to work on the practice squad. Later in the afternoon, following the roster shuffling, the Bucs announced that they had claimed three players off waivers defensive tackle Corey Irvin, guard Julian Vandervelde and centerguard Cody Wallace. And early Saturday evening, running back D.J. Ware was brought on board while cornerback Brandon McDonald was let go. The two players who parted ways with the Bucs during practice, after initially making the squad Friday night, were defensive lineman Wallace Gilberry and guard Bradley Sowell. The awkward situation stemmed from a noon deadline Saturday for the claiming period of players who'd been placed on waivers Friday night. "There are 32 teams and it ta...
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