The Buccaneers are making moves to accommodate the 90-man roster requirement heading into rookie minicamp this weekend. After signing 13 undrafted free agents earlier this week, the announced some more roster moves today. The team waived guard/tackle Derek Hardman, defensive tackle Corvey Irvin and cornerback James Rogers, and announced the retirements of kicker Nate Kaeding and tight end Drake Dunsmore. The retirement of veteran Nate Kaeding comes after a flare-up to a chronic groin problem, according to Tampa Tribune’s Roy Cummings. He signed with the Bucs on April 2. Teams have until 4 p.m. EST Friday to put a waiver claim on Hardman or Rogers. The post Bucs make roster moves, announce Nate Kaeding’s retirement. appeared first on The Bay Cave.