Buccaneers sign previous Patriots player in front of Tom Brady versus Drew Brees playoff game initially showed up on NBC Sports Boston.
Keeping quarterback Tom Brady secured in the pocket is absolutely critical for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during their NFL playoff run, and they included truly necessary depth the offensive line Friday.
The Bucs signed previous New England Patriots watch Earl Watford. Watford went through about fourteen days on the Patriots practice squad a month ago. He never played in a game for New England and was released from the Pats’ practice squad in late December.
Watford has experience with Tampa Bay. He played 15 games (four beginnings) for the Buccaneers during the 2019 season.
The transition to sign Watford wasn’t the only roster transaction the Bucs made in front of Sunday’s eagerly awaited standoff versus the New Orleans Saints in the NFC Divisional Round.
They likewise put beginning right guard Alex Cappa on harmed save Friday. He broke his lower leg in Tampa Bay’s success over the Washington Football Team in the NFC Wild Card Round. Aaron Stinnie is relied upon to fill in for Cappa at right guard.
Brady was sacked three times against Washington, yet figured out how to throw for 381 yards with two touchdowns and zero interferences.