Expect the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to be busy turning over the roster all year under first-year coach Greg Schiano.
They are certainly busy doing it this weekend. The Bucs made a move late this afternoon, signing running back D.J. Ware, who was one of the final cuts of the New York Giants.
Ware spent the previous five seasons with the Giants and played in 45 games. He was a change-of-pace back for New York. To make room for Ware, the Bucs have released cornerback Brandon McDonald.
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