We have our first indication that the Buccaneers’ offensive line in 2014 is going to look much different from a year ago.
On Saturday, the team released right guard Davin Joseph, a former first-round pick out of Oklahoma. Joseph spent eight seasons in Tampa, made 99 starts and went to the Pro Bowl twice. But he missed the entire 2012 season due to a knee injury during the preseason, and never really regained his form.
There is a new GM calling the shots now (Jason Licht) so it was inevitable that we’d see some changes.
This move also clears up some cap space for Tampa Bay, as Joseph was due to earn $6 million next year.
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