Bucs' Announce Off-Season Moves
Fans can get right on top of the field or sit in the bleacher section close enough to hear the players' and coaches' voices. The Bucs also announced that they have sent six players to play in NFL Europe. The Buccaneers have sent some unfamiliar faces to NFL Europe. Lyaris Elpheage (CB), Frank Murphy (WR), and Carlos Martinez (K) were signed as free-agents on January 14th. Kevin Breedlove (G), and Ben Claxton (Center) were on the practice squad when the season came to an end and should benefit from the game experience that they will get in Europe. Rounding out the group is defensive end Corey Smith who was on the 53 man roster at season's end. The NFL Europe is the closest thing the NFL has to a minor league system. As the game gains popularity overseas it is likely that the NFL will see an increase in the number of international players in its ranks like the NBA and MLB have seen lately. With any luck the increase will produce some much needed offensive line help to put the Bucs back on top next season.
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