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The Bay Cave:
Players who were not on an active roster at the end of the previous season are signed to “future contracts” even though the league year does not begin until March. The Bucs have signed 10 players to future contracts.
The following is the official release from the team:
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced today that they have signed the following players as free agents for the 2013 season:
S Sean Baker
LS Andrew DePaola
TE Drake Dunsmore
LB Joe Holland
TE Zach Miller (not the Oakland/Seattle tight end)
DE Ernest Owusu
T Mike Remmers
CB James Rogers
DB Nick Saenz
QB Adam Weber
Tight end Drake Dunsmore was drafted by the Buccaneers in the seventh round of the 2012 draft. He stated last season on the practice squad.
Quarterback Adam Weber, from the University of Minnesota was undrafted in 2011. He became the Golden Gophers all-time leading passer in yards. Weber was added to the Bucs practice squad in September.
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