When the Tampa Bay Buccaneers line up Sunday inside Jerry Jones billion-dollar football shrine known as Cowboys Stadium, theyll have a spiffy new look in the wide receiving corps.
For starters, the high-top fade is back in the offensive scheme not the name of a pass route, but the distinctive, sculpted 'do of Tiquan Underwood.
An 11th-hour cut at the end of the preseason, Underwood is back with the Bucs and ready to play what could be an important supporting role with his excellent speed and good hands. What kept Underwood from making the team the first time around in spite of leading the team with nine catches for 176 yards in exhibition game action was his relative lack of experience as a return specialist.
Sammie Stroughter got the nod given his track record as an excellent return man, remembered for notching the first kickoff return for a touchdown in franchise history in 2009. But Stroughter injured his foot in last weeks wild 41-34 loss to the New York Giants at the ...