The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have announced that the team has signed two new players to the team’s roster. The Bucs have signed safety Marqueston Huff and wide receiver Jhajuan Seales.
Huff originally entered the NFL as the Tennessee Titans fourth round pick in the 2014 NFL draft. He spent 2014-2015 with the Titans before moving on to the Jaguars practice squad in 2016 then the Baltimore Ravens shortly after. Huff most recently spent time with the Chiefs before being released by the franchise earlier this month. He will wear No. 34 for the Bucs.
Meanwhile, Seales joins the Bucs after entering the NFL as a free agent with the Chicago Bears this offseason. Prior to that, he played college football at Oklahoma State. Seales’ stint with the Bears came to an end in May after being waived by the team. Fortunately for the young receiver, he now has a home with Tampa Bay and will wear No. 83, providing even more competition at wide receiver heading into the next few weeks of training camp. With the corresponding move, the Bucs have also confirmed that they’ve waived wide receiver Thomas Sperbeck and safety Alex Gray to make room for their newest additions to the team’s roster.
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