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Tampa Bay Buccaneers depth chart for second preseason game

Bucs two-deep depth chart


WR 80 Michael Clayton85 Maurice Stovall

LT 70 Donald Penn 77 James Lee

LG76 Jeremy Zuttah 62 Marc Dile

C52 Jeff Faine*79 Sean Mahan

RG 75 Davin Joseph 74 Julius Wilson

RT 65 Jeremy Trueblood 73 Anthony Alabi

TE 82 Kellen Winslow 86 Jerramy Stevens

WR 89 Antonio Bryant* 87 Brian Clark

QB 12 Luke McCown 7 Byron Leftwich

RB 34 Earnest Graham 28 Derrick Ward

FB 35 B.J. Askew 43 Jameel Cook


LE97 Jimmy Wilkerson 94 Kyle Moore

DT 98 Ryan Sims 93 Roy Miller

DT 95 Chris Hovan 92 Dre Moore

RE 90 Gaines Adams 91 Stylez White

SLB 58 Quincy Black 57 Adam Hayward

MLB 51 Barrett Ruud 56 Rod Wilson

WLB 23 Jermaine Phillips 54 Geno Hayes

LCB 25 Aqib Talib 27 Torrie Cox

RCB 20 Ronde Barber33 Elbert Mack

SS21 Sabby Piscitelli 26 Will Allen*

FS36 Tanard Jackson 30 Donte Nicholson


P 8 Dirk Johnson

PK 3 Matt Bryant* 4 Mike Nugent

H8 Dirk Johnson

PR 22 Clifton Smith 10 Dexter Jackson*

KR 22 Clifton Smith 10 Dexter Jackson*

KC 48 Andrew Economos


QB 5 Josh Freeman

WR 10 Dexter Jackson*

QB 11 Josh Johnson

WR 14 Patrick Carter

WR15 Marcus Maxwell

WR 16 Cortez Hankton

WR 17 Kelly Campbell*

WR 18 Sammie Stroughter

WR 19 Mario Urrutia

RB 24 Cadillac Williams*

CB 29 Kyle Arrington

CB 31 E.J. Biggers

RB 32 Kareem Huggins

S 37 Steve Cargile

S 38 DeAngelo Willingham

CB 39 Marshall McDuffie

TE 46 Ryan Purvis

LB 50 Matt McCoy

LB 53 Niko Koutouvides

LB 59 Angelo Crowell

DT 60 Chris Bradwell

DE 61 Jarriett Buie

G 64 Ryan Schmidt

C 66 Rob Brugeman

T68 Xavier Fulton

T 69 Demar Dotson

DE 71 Louis Holmes

DT 72 Rashaad Duncan

TE 84 Jason Pociask

TE 88 John Gilmore*

* Out of tonight's game as of Friday

Tampa Bay Buccaneers depth chart for second preseason game 08/14/09 [Last modified: Friday, August 21, 2009 8:08pm]
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