The Buccaneers are confirming that defensive back Sterling Moore is visiting with the team on Thursday.
Moore has played safety and cornerback in his four years in the NFL, most recently lining up at cornerback for the Cowboys. He started seven games for Dallas last season and led the team with 14 pass deflections.
He played for Dallas in 2013 and 2014 after stints with New England and Oakland in 2012 and 2011, respectively. He's started 10 games throughout his career, earning 80 tackles and three interceptions, including an interception returned for a touchdown.
In the 2011 AFC Championship game, Moore made a key play to help send the Patriots to the Super Bowl. Up by three with 22 seconds to go, he defended a pass in the end zone, intended for Lee Evans, on a third down to set up a 32-yard field goal, which was ultimately missed.