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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have placed safety Cody Grimm and tackle Jeremy Trueblood on injured reserve and signed safety Sean Baker to the practice squad.
The Bucs also announced Tuesday that they had been awarded receiver/punt returner David Gilreath off waivers from the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Grimm has appeared in nine games this season, mostly on special teams. Trueblood also appeared in nine games after losing the starting right tackle job during training camp.
Guard Chris Scott was released from the practice squad to make room for Baker.
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