After a brief stint away from the team, the Buccaneers re-signed Logan Ryan. Ryan had been released on Tuesday afternoon as part of the mandatory league-wide reduction to 53 players as part of a lineout maneuver. The Bucs opened up a roster spot for the move by placing Ryan Jensen on injured reserve. Ryan’s temporary release allowed the Buccaneers to have Jensen on the initial cut to 53, retaining the option of Jensen returning from injured reserve in the 2022 season. Additionally, Tampa Bay signed the cornerback Anthony Chesley on the team’s practice squad and reached an injury settlement with wide receiver Cyril Grayson Jr., who was waived (injured) by the team on August 25. “said Todd Bowles of his impressions of Anthony Chesley.”[He’s] a guy we were watching at the start and we would like to see him. We thought he would improve us in the practice squad – we’ll see if he can improve.”
It’s no secret that the Buccaneers are loaded at receiver with Mike Evans, Chris Godwin (recovering from a knee injury), Julio Jones and Russell Gage Jr. With arguably the best unit in the league, defenses will have to choose their poison on Sunday. If the defensive coordinators choose to try to neutralize a player by doubling with two defenders, it will create favorable matchups for other receivers to emerge. With wide receiver firepower in Byron Leftwich’s arsenal, including tight end Cam Brate and dynamic rookie running back Rachaad White, defenses will likely play more zone coverage to force anything in the way. underneath to avoid being nicked in the field. “Pick your poison, it’s kind of how we see it,” Russell Gage said on the receiving body. “We know we’re probably going to see a lot of areas and things like that. It’s probably one of the best groups ever, so we’re excited to go out there and play as a group.” The cap for Tom Brady actors in 2022 is unlimited.