The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have made a couple of roster moves at the start of week three of training camp. They've signed wide receiver Chris Denton and linebacker Marvin Booker, and waived wide receiver Bobby Sewall and safety Troy Nolan.
Denton was signed earlier this offseason as an undrafted rookie out of Mount Union, but was waived not long after. Denton has a chance to make an impact as a punt returner, having returned five punts for touchdowns in his final season at Mount Union.
Marvin Booker is your weekly Rutgers signing. Booker played linebacker and defensive end at Rutgers, and it's not clear where he fits with the Buccaneers. His size is a best fit for a linebacker, though, at 6'2" 240 lbs. Regardless, he's unlikely to make the roster.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers also activated tight end Luke Stocker from the Physically Unable to Perform list, which means he is finally free to get an actual competition started. Tight end is one of the weakest positions on the roster, and Stocker will have to compete with Tom Crabtree for the starting job.