The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have completed their practice squad by signing wide receiver Rannell Hall and tight end Cameron Brate, according to Greg Auman. Both players were part of the team's second round of cuts after claiming five players off waivers on Sunday, and cleared waivers today. Apparently no NFL team though Rannell Hall was worth picking up, despite his pretty good preseason performance.
With those two additions, the Bucs now have a full practice squad -- although we're going to see plenty of additions and subtractions throughout the season, as is usual. And for most of the regular season, we won't really care who's on the practice squad -- most won't ever see action for the Bucs, or any NFL team for that matter. But some of these players will be called up to the regular roster this year to fill holes created by injury. With Hall and Donteea Dye standing out in the preseason as receivers, they're likely to be called up at some point, and Jude Adjei-Barimah appears to be the team's first stand-in at cornerback.
Here's the full practice squad:
WR Rannell Hall, TE Cameron Brate, WR Kaelin Clay, WR Donteea Dye, CB Imoan Claiborne, CB Jude Adjei-Barimah, LB Josh Keyes, T Terren Jones, T Edawn Coughman and DE Howard Jones.