The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have waived linebacker Willie Moseley, per the NFL transaction wire. Moseley played alongside Bucs fifth-round pick Steven Means at Buffalo as a pass-rushing outside linebacker, while Means mostly lined up as a 3-4 defensive end in his final season. Moseley was competing for a linebacker spot, but has apparently failed to impress during rookie workouts so far. No new player was listed for the Buccaneers, who now have a roster spot to fill on their 90-man roster. OTAs start on Monday, so we'll likely see the new player then.
According to Jenna Laine, the Buccaneers are rumored to be interested in linebacker Dom Decicco, who was released by the Chicago Bears five days ago. Decicco played for new Buccaneers special teams coordinator in college at Pittsburgh and went undrafted in 2011. He has played 20 NFL games as a special teamer only. But his signing is little more than a rumor at this point.