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Guard J.R. Sweezy and WR Louis Murphy will be eligible to return to the active roster in Week Seven after being put on the reserve/PUP list to make room for two returning players.
Players on both sides of the Tampa Bay-Washington game that was moved to Wednesday night are making the necessary adjustments but are happy they still get one final audition before roster cuts.
The Bucs made two more cuts to get to Tuesday's NFL-mandated limit of 75 players, waiving WR Donteea Dye (with an injury designation) and rookie OL Joel Hale.
With one preseason game to go, there are still jobs to be won in Tampa Bay's receiving corps, and they just may go to the candidates who put on the best show Thursday against Washington.
Veteran safety Major Wright and incumbent punter Jacob Schum were among the 12 players released by the Buccaneers on Sunday as they moved closer to Tuesday's roster limit of 75.
After reviewing the game tape of the Bucs' preseason win over Cleveland, Dirk Koetter shared his thoughts on explosive plays, O-Line adjustments and cornerback depth.
In the longest preseason tune-up for its starters, Tampa Bay thrashed the Browns Friday, 30-13, behind a sharp outing from QB Jameis Winston, eight sacks on defense and a lot of special teams help.