When Tampa Bay signed Jevan Snead as an undrafted free agent, many believed he could win the battle for the third-string quarterback role against Rudy Carpenter. Evidently, that idea was put to an end, as Snead will no longer be wearing the pewter and red.
One reason he may have been let go this early on into camp was the fact that he failed impress to the coaches during OTA’s and mini camp. But nonetheless, he was ultimately released following the signing of first round pick, Gerald McCoy. With McCoy joining the team, Tampa needed to clear up space on the roster, which unfortunately meant that Snead would be the casualty of the McCoy signing.
With Snead out of the picture, the Bucs appear to be set on the quarterback depth.
- Josh Freeman
- Josh Johnson
- Rudy Carpenter