Three Tampa Bay Buccaneers who could be cut after their first week Training Camp performances
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers still have some major decisions to make as more roster cuts loom in the near future.
The Buccaneers are currently going through Training Camp and have a little less than three weeks remaining before we get kickoff underway in New Orleans.
As we continue to prepare for the start of 2020 season, here are three Tampa Bay Buccaneers who didn’t help their case for avoiding roster cuts during Week 1 of Training Camp.
Quinton Bell, a converted linebacker, entered Training Camp hoping to compete for a roster spot and he very well still may have this chance.
Bell, a former wide receiver, has caught on quickly for the most part and shows great athleticism on the defensive side of the ball.
That being said, he made one major mistake last week that has him behind the eight-ball heading into this week when he tackled WR T.J. Logan from behind during a non-tackling drill and the result was Logan suffering a leg injury that will force him to miss the season.
Bell still has an opportunity to play reps on special teams and potentially earn a spot, but it’s looking less likely after his first week of camp.