Bucs sign Keydrick Vincent


Vincent will look to make an impact for the Bucs in the 2010 season.

Tampa Bay has added a new member to their offensive line, a move that will bolster their blocking up front. Left guard Keydrick Vincent, formerely of the Carolina Panthers, is expected to compete with Jeremy Zuttah for the starting left guard spot.

Coming out of Ole Miss, Vincent has ten years of experiance in the NFL, playing for the Baltimore Ravens, Arizona Cardinals, Pittsburgh Steelers, and the Carolina Panthers. Vincent is a solid run blocker and will create holes for the Bucs’ running game.

With the addition of Vincent, the Bucs had to cut ties with rookie guard Sergio Render. The Virginia Tech product was expected to find a home through the draft, but after going seven rounds without hearing his name, he signed with the Bucs as an undrafted free agent. He should be able to find a team shortly, and hopefully compete for playing time.

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