Apparently the mini-camp didn't go all that well for linebacker Antonio Leak, as the rookie linebacker was released so the Bucs could re-sign offensive tackle Mike Ingersoll. The tackle had spent part of last year with the Bucs' practice squad but was released earlier this year. The New England Patriots signed him about two weeks ago, but have apparently released him as well. He's likely nothing more than a camp body.
This does give me an excuse to quickly look at the offensive tackle depth chart and come to the conclusion that it doesn't exactly look good. The Bucs have Donald Penn at left tackle, who is pretty good, but it gets ugly after that. Right tackle Jeremy Trueblood isn't good enough as a pass blocker to be a quality NFL starter, while primary backup Demar Dotson is still a project - four years into his NFL career. The Bucs did sign veteran Jamon Meredith earlier this season, but he's been with 5 different teams over the past three years. He wasn't even good enough to earn playing time with the Pittsburgh Steelers, who had a disastrously bad tackle situation last year.
While the Bucs have an outstanding interior offensive line, the situation at tackle is far from ideal. That's one part of the roster that bears watching, and an area I would expect the Bucs to address in the near future if Dotson and Meredith don't develop.