The final recreation of the season might need simply been performed, however the offseason is simply starting for the Bucs. Tampa Bay has a whole lot of work to fill out the 90-man roster over the following few months. The workforce began early, signing 10 gamers to futures contracts. Now they are going to add one other participant to the listing. In keeping with Greg Auman of The Athletic, the Bucs are bringing again offensive sort out Brandon Walton on a futures deal.
Bucs are signing offensive lineman Brandon Walton, who spent this previous season on their observe squad, to a futures contract. The Florida Atlantic grad will compete for a roster spot this fall.
— Greg Auman (@gregauman) February 15, 2022
Walton joined the workforce in August after being claimed off waivers from the Pittsburgh Steelers. The second-year sort out was waived throughout last reduce downs, however re-signed to the observe squad. He spent the first two weeks of the season as a protected participant below the brand new safety guidelines. Walton was by no means elevated from the observe squad final season. However he’ll compete for a roster spot this fall nonetheless.
Walton (6-5, 300) initially entered the league as a university free agent with the Buffalo Payments in 2020. He spent the vast majority of the 2020 season on the Pittsburgh Steelers’ observe squad and was with Pittsburgh till being waived on Aug. 17. A Largo, Florida, native, Walton attended Seminole Excessive College. He performed collegiately at Florida Atlantic, the place he earned first workforce All-Convention-USA honors as a redshirt senior in 2019.