Yesterday, they added wide receiver Jordan Shipley to the active roster.
Today, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers continued to revamp their receiving corps by signing two more players – one a familiar face and the other a newcomer.
The Bucs brought back receiver Tiquan Underwood and re-signed him to the team after letting go of Preston Parker.
Underwood was with Tampa Bay during training camp and preseason, and was its most productive wide out during that time. He led the Bucs during the preseason in catches (9) and receiving yards (158). However, he was let go the day final roster cuts were made on August 31st.
Parker was let go because of continued fumbling problems and not being productive while on the field. After catching 40 passes last season, Parker had zero catches through two games this year.
Also, because of a foot injury to wide receiver Sammie Stroughter, the Bucs plan on signing former Stanford receiver Chris Owusu off the San Diego Chargers' practice squad.
The former Cardinal could help replace Stroughter, who is likely to end up on injured reserve, on special teams. At Stanford, the speedy Owusu averaged 26.6 yards on kickoff returns and returned a school-record three kicks for touchdowns.
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