The Bucs are back at a full roster of 91 players, thanks to the signing of another undrafted rookie, former East Carolina defensive end Kiante Anderson.
Anderson, 23, is another unlikely NFL prospect, starting his college career at Division II St. Augustine's in North Carolina before transferring to walk on at ECU. He broke out this past season, getting 4.5 sacks and two forced fumbles to go with 35 total tackles. He was invited to Texans rookie minicamp but was not signed from there.
ECU listed him at 6-foot-4 and 250 pounds, and he checked in at 6-3, 260 at his pro day, so he'll be one of the Bucs' lighter defensive ends. The Bucs already have undrafted rookie ends in Evan Perrizo and Demone Harris, but any late-July roster addition is going to face long odds.
The additions of Anderson and safety Josh Liddell put the Bucs at their maximum of 91 players — they get one extra because international linebacker Eric Nzeocha still has a roster exemption until final cuts in September.