The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have claimed second-year guard Aaron Stinnie off waivers, after Stinnie was waived by the Tennessee Titans on Saturday. To make room on the 53-man roster, the Buccaneers waived rookie center Nate Trewyn.
Stinnie (6-3, 312) played in the Titans' first three games of the season, seeing action on offense in the Week Three contest against Jacksonville. He was inactive for the next six contests.
Stinnie made the Titans' active roster in 2018 as an undrafted free agent out of James Madison, remaining on the team for the entire season while seeing action in one game. He was originally placed on the practice squad to start the 2019 campaign but was then promoted to the active roster the day before the season opener. He primarily played tackle in college but worked on the interior line upon joining the Titans.
Trewyn also entered the league as an undrafted free agent, signing with the Buccaneers out of Wisconsin-Whitewater this past May. He opened the season on the practice squad but was promoted to the active roster on October 11. He was active for the Buccaneers game against Carolina in London in Week Six but did not see any action.
Stinnie is now the third member of the Bucs' current nine-man offensive line group who hails from James Madison, joining fellow reserves Earl Watford and Josh Wells.