The Buccaneers signed third-year WR Darryl Daniel to its practice squad on Wednesday. Daniel (5-11, 190) played collegiately at the University of Syracuse, and entered the NFL as a undrafted free agent with the Detroit Lions in 1999 before being signed to Minnesota's practice squad during the 1999 playoffs.
Daniel participated in Carolina's camp this summer as well as on their practice squad a few weeks this season, and now joins RB Robert Arnaud, CB Corey Ivy, TE Mike Roberg and Ron Warner on Tampa Bay's five-man practice squad.
To make room for Daniel on their practice squad, Tampa Bay released LB Byron Thweatt. The Buccaneers signed Thweatt a last due to injuries that plagued the linebacker position after the Green Bay Packers game. Thweatt originally signed with the Bucs as a undrafted free agent on April 23 before being released on Sep. 2.
BUCS INJURY FRONT:
OUT: 100 percent chance of not playing
DOUBTFUL: 25 percent chance of playing
QUESTIONABLE: 50 percent chance of playing
PROBABLE: 75 percent chance of playing.
QUESTIONABLE: RB Warrick Dunn (Hamstring), LB Jeff Gooch (Shoulder), WR Jacquez Green (Groin), WR Keyshawn Johnson (Hip)
PROBABLE: FS Dexter Jackson (Thigh), LB Derrick Brooks (Foot)
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