Earlier reports of the Buccaneers signing offensive tackle Demar Dotson have now been confirmed by the team as they officially announce the deal. The contract is set for four years. The following is from the team’s press release: Dotson played in all 16 games last season, starting the final 15 games at right tackle. He was a key member of the Buccaneers offensive line, which tied for the third-fewest sacks allowed in the NFL in 2012, and helped quarterback Josh Freeman set team records in passing yards (4,065) and passing touchdowns (27). Dotson also helped block for Pro Bowl running back Doug Martin, who rushed for the second-most yards (1,454) and touchdowns (11) in franchise history. Dotson originally joined the Buccaneers as a college free agent in 2009, and has played in 38 career games with 17 starts. The post Bucs sign offensive tackle Demar Dotson appeared first on The Bay Cave.