Wednsday Update - Two Days Late

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced that they have placed WR Sylvester Morris on the Injured Reserve list and released S Travaris Robinson. <br><br> Single game tickets on sale tomorrow. <br><br> WR Michael Clayton and CB Lenny Williams Signed, Moroz Released.<BR><BR> Tampa Bay reports to training camp this Friday, July 30 and begins practice the following day on July 31 at Disney's Wide World of Sports Complex.

Morris, who signed with the Buccaneers on February 26, 2004, spent his first four seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs (2000-2003). During his career, Morris has seen action in 15 career games with 14 starts and totaled 48 receptions for 678 yards and three touchdowns.

Robinson was claimed off waivers by the Buccaneers on October 7, 2003 and saw action in four games with Tampa Bay last season. Robinson began the year with the Atlanta Falcons and played in five games with one start.

In addition a limited number of tickets for each of Tampa Bay's 10 home games will go on sale on Saturday, July 31 starting at 10:00 a.m. There is a ticket limit of six per person per game.
Tickets will be sold through TicketMaster outlets, TicketMaster via telephone and the internet ONLY. Tickets will not be sold at the Buccaneers Ticket Office or Raymond James Stadium. To order tickets online, visit To order by phone, call TicketMaster Charge-By-Phone at the following numbers:
Tampa (Hillsborough) - (813) 287-8844 St. Petersburg (Pinellas) - (727) 898-2100 Central Florida - (407) 839-3900 Lakeland - (863) 682-5300 Fort Myers - (239) 334-3309
Season tickets for the 2004 season are sold out. For fans who want to be placed on the Buccaneers season ticket waiting list or for other ticket information, please call (813) 879-2827.

Clayton, a first round selection in April's NFL Draft, was selected 15th overall by Tampa Bay and became the highest wide receiver ever taken in team history. Clayton is also just the second wide receiver selected in the first round by the Buccaneers, along with WR Reidel Anthony (16th overall) in 1997.

Clayton totaled 182 career receptions for 2,582 yards and a school-record 21 touchdowns at Louisiana State University, helping the team to a share of the National Championship in 2003. He was honored as an All-American in 2003 along with twice being named to the All-SEC team in 2002 and 2003. He also caught at least one pass in all 40 career games and became the first player in school history to have at least three consecutive 700-yard receiving seasons.

Williams, Tampa Bay's third selection of the seventh round, started all 47 games of his collegiate career at Southern University. A four-time All-SWAC honoree and three-time All-American, he was named the conference's defensive player of the year in 2003. As a senior, Williams started all 13 games and led the team with 87 tackles and finished second with three interceptions.

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