The Tampa Bay Buccaneers today signed kicker Greg Joseph and quarterback Josh Rosen to the practice squad.
Joseph (6-0, 210) spent the 2020 offseason with the Tennessee Titans, after making a run to the AFC Championship Game with the Titans a year ago. Signed by Tennessee in December of 2019, Joseph connected on his lone field-goal attempt, a 30-yarder in the AFC title game, in addition to going 18-for-18 on extra-point attempts over five total games between the regular season and postseason. Prior to Tennessee, Joseph spent one season with the Cleveland Browns in 2018, appearing in 14 games. For Cleveland, Joseph went 17-of-20 (85.0 percent) on field goal tries and 25-of-29 (86.2 percent) on extra points. He is a perfect 12-of-12 on field goals under 40 yards in his career, including postseason.
The Delray Beach, Florida, native was born in Johannesburg, South Africa, and played collegiately at Florida Atlantic. He will wear No. 1 for Tampa Bay.
Rosen (6-0, 228), the No. 10 overall selection in the 2018 NFL Draft, comes to Tampa Bay after spending one season with the Miami Dolphins. He played in six games last season for Miami, making three starts, and completing 58-of-109 passes (53.2 percent) for 567 yards and one touchdown. Rosen originally entered the league as a first-round pick of the Arizona Cardinals in 2018. In his rookie season with the Cardinals, Rosen started 13-of-14 games in which he appeared, completing 217-of-393 passes (55.2 percent) for 2,278 yards and 11 touchdowns.
The Torrance, California, native played collegiately at UCLA. He will wear No. 2 for Tampa Bay.
In addition, the Buccaneers released quarterback Reid Sinnett from the practice squad. Tampa Bay’s practice squad stands at 15.
(This report comes courtesy of the Buccaneers Communications Department.)