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Tampa Bay Buccaneers sign tackle Jamon Meredith, release defensive ends Tim Crowder and Nick Reed

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced today in a news release that they have signed tackle Jamon Meredith and released defensive ends Tim Crowder and Nick Reed.

Here is the release from the team:

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced today that they have signed free agent T Jamon Meredith to a two-year deal, and have also released DE Tim Crowder and DE Nick Reed.

Meredith enters his fifth year in the NFL, having played in 17 games and starting four during his career. He most recently spent the 2011 season with the Pittsburgh Steelers, where he appeared in four games for the team.

Crowder has spent the past three seasons with the Buccaneers, playing in 41 games with 13 starts during that time. This past season, he played in 10 games and recorded 14 tackles with two tackles for loss.

Reed joined the team for the final three games in 2011 and recorded two tackles.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers sign tackle Jamon Meredith, release defensive ends Tim Crowder and Nick Reed 03/22/12 [Last modified: Thursday, March 22, 2012 12:03pm]
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