The Tampa Bay Buccaneers just signed safety Marqueston Huff and Jhajuan Seales, waiving safety Alex Gray and wide receiver Thomas Sperbeck. Third day of training camp and we’ve already got roster moves.
Huff played his college football at Wyoming and was a fourth-round pick for the Tennessee Titans in 2014, playing two years for them and one (in 2016) for the Baltimore Ravens.
Huff has 17 tackles, four passes defensed, one sack and one interception in 41 games and one start, which is pretty decent for someone who’s primarily a special teamer. He certainly has some potential to make the team, mostly as a special teams player.
Seales is a little intriguing. He played his college football at Oklahoma State but went undrafted this offseason, signing with the Chicago Bears but being waived at the end of May. Seales was arrested for public intoxication and a DUI in his college career, which led to a one-game suspension. You can read more about that here.
Seales didn’t produce a ton in his college career, peaking at 615 yards and four touchdowns in his senior year, but he did put up solid numbers at his pro day, running a 4.51-second 40-yard dash at 6’0”, 205 lbs.