Found September 20, 2012 on The Bay Cave:
PLAYERS: Chris Owusu
TEAMS: Dallas Cowboys

The Bucs are shifting around some pieces to their offense in preparation for their week three matchup against the Dallas Cowboys. Today they bring back a preseason fan favorite while cutting last year’s go to slot receiver.

The team announced today they have re-signed wide receiver Tiquan Underwood. He caught nine passes for 158 yards with the longest being 44 yards when he pulled the ball away from a Dolphins safety.

To make room, the Bucs cut last year’s breakout receiver Preston Parker. Parker caught 40 passes for 554 yards and recorded three touchdowns.

But the Bucs may not be done there.

A report from the Tampa Bay Times this afternoon states the team is expected to place Sammie Stroughter on injured reserve and sign former standout wide receiver from Stanford Chris Owusu. One of Andrew Luck’s go to guys at Stanford, Owusu posted a 4.31 40-yard dash and was Stanford’s second leading receiver with 35 receptions for 376 yards and two touchdowns in 2011. Blows to the head during games his senior season limited him to 10 games.

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