Buccaneers Veterans Who Have Been Put on Notice This Offseason

May 12, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Every year, free agency and the draft sow the seeds for a new crop of Buccaneers. They also purge the roster of obsolete players and give notice to veterans whose time is almost up. This year is no different.
The Bucs already jettisoned the expensive high-profile veterans like Josh McCown, Michael Johnson and Anthony Collins. What remains are experienced players with possible upgrades waiting in the wings.
Most of these endangered players joined the Bucs in 2012. An NFL player's fourth season is crucial, as it typically marks the end of his first contract and impending eligibility for unrestricted free agency.
Running back Doug Martin, safety Keith Tandy and cornerback Leonard Johnson are all aboard this boat, and all three are on notice. They all saw the Bucs sign or draft players in the past two years who could push them off the Bucs roster.
The same goes for linebacker Danny Lansanah and wide receiver Russell Shepard. Lansanah broke out last year, while Shepard i...

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