The Bucs capped the final week of May with a pair of roster moves, signing former Rams CB Quinton Pointer and waiving first-year CB Marc Anthony, who spent all of last year on the practice squad
When the Tampa Bay Buccaneers take the field for their final week of OTA practices next week, there will be one new player in the mix. On Friday, the team made a change in the defensive backfield, signing third-year cornerback Quinton Pointer and waiving first-year cornerback Marc Anthony.
Pointer (5-9, 186) spent the past two seasons with the St. Louis Rams after signing as an undrafted free agent out of UNLV in 2012. He bounced repeatedly between the Rams' practice squad and active roster during the 2012 and 2013 seasons, appearing in six games as a rookie and two more last year and recording six tackles overall.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have signed former St. Louis Rams cornerback Quinton Pointer, cutting cornerback Marc Anthony.
Pointer played collegiately at UNLV where he had 226 tackles, six interceptions, 21 pass deflections, six sacks and five forced fumbles.
Anthony was with the Buccaneers on their practice squad last season after being cut by the Ravens, who drafted him in the seventh round out of Cal last y ear.
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