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Bucs Nation May 17, 2016

Buccaneers sign A.J. Francis, yet another former Seahawks defensive tackle

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have signed defensive tackle A.J. Francis, waiving practice squad journeyman Davon Coleman to make room for him. Francis was originally an undrafted free agent out of Maryland, signing with the Miami Dolphins in 2013. He's spent time on the New England Patriots' and Seattle Seahawks' practice squad, and the active roster of the Dolphins and Seahawks over the past three years. He's played in three career games, registering two tackles. The Bucs seem to like these former Seahawks defensive tackles, signing Clinton McDonald in 2014 and Tony McDaniel last year. At least...
Cincy Jungle May 3, 2016

Will Jackson proves why watching film matters; eager to learn from Bengals' veterans

The Bengals' first round pick is eager to get to work with other exciting first round corners on the team's roster. Early in the 2016 NFL Draft process, University of Houston cornerback William Jackson III was largely looked at as a second round prospect. After a great workout at the NFL Combine, forcing scouts to watch more film on him, he propelled himself into a first round talent and now, into the Cincinnati Bengals' loving arms with the 24th overall selection. As he landed with the Bengals, Jackson was aware of the talent the team already has on the roster at the position. With last...

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