Found May 12, 2012 on 60 Max Power O:

The Buccaneers announced yesterday that they have let go of rookie Jordan Jefferson, former quarterback of LSU, after only four days with the team. They had added him to their 90-man offseason roster on Sunday.

The quarterback's college career ended with a loss to Alabama in the BCS National Championship Game in 2012. As a starter, Jefferson's record was 24 wins and 8 losses.

3 Comments:
  • any reporting on why they waived JJ after four days?
  • I thought he was a lousy pickup to begin with. I think the coaches probably came to the same conclusion. New Buc coach better watch out because he's gaining a reputation for bringing in strays.
  • Oh, by the way, if they brought him in on Sunday and he was let go on Saturday, then how is that four days? My math has it six days, unless the announcement was two days after he was let go.
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