Posts Tagged ‘Roy Miller’

No Talks Right Now Between Bucs And NT Roy Miller

In a few weeks, Bucs nose tackle Roy Miller becomes an unrestricted free agent. Stephen Holder of the Tampa Bay Times reports there have been no substantive contract talks between Miller and the Bucs, calling into question the team’s commitment to re-signing its 2009 third-round pick. There‚Äôs still plenty of time for talk; if unsigned, […]

Friday Morning News and Notes

The Buccs, eager to overcome their lack of success on the west coast have decided to take an early flight (Friday) to Seattle to prepare for Sundays game. The weather looks like it will be pretty lousy with it raining all day at a cold 45 degrees F. Expect to see a lot of running […]

Details Spelled Out on the Deal for Third Round Pick DT Miller

Pro Football has the details on the deal that Bucs third rounder Roy Miller has signed: Tampa Bay Buccaneers third-round defensive tackle Roy Miller’s four-year rookie contract included a $770,000 signing bonus, according to a league source. The total base value of the deal is worth $2.52 million, which includes minimum base salaries of […]

Bucs Sign Two Draft Picks; 4th Rounder Moore and 7th Rounder Biggers

The Buccaneers today reached contract agreements with two more draft picks, signing fourth-round selection Kyle Moore and seventh-rounder E.J. Biggers to four-year deals. Moore is being counted on to add depth at defensive end after leading Southern California with five sacks last season. Biggers is a cornerback who had seven interceptions for Western Michigan. The […]