The Buccaneers promoted Carr from their own practice squad, releasing sixth-year fullback
At Arizona State, Carr played in 42 games and started 34, opening 26 straight games as a junior and senior. He finished his Sun Devil career with 86 tackles, 22 passes defensed, two interceptions and 2.5 tackles for loss. He was Pac-12 honorable mention selection in 2012.
Larsen first joined the Buccaneers in July on the third day of the team's training camp. He started the team's preseason opener against Baltimore on September 8 but then did not see action in the next two games due to a minor injury. Larsen was waived on August 26 during Tampa Bay's roster cutdown to 75 players, then returned this past Tuesday. Before arriving in Tampa, Larsen has spent four seasons with the Denver Broncos (2008-11) and one on injured reserve with the New England Patriots (2012).
The moves on Saturday might offer some insight into the Buccaneers’ health situation heading into Sunday. The team’s official injury report released on Friday just happened to have both a fullback and a cornerback on the list, with FB