After an injury-plagued game in Arizona on Sunday

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Cameron Brate caught five passes for 67 yards in Sunday’s loss to the Denver Broncos, with four of those five receptions going for at least 13 yards and a first down. In his last two games, Brate has hauled in 10 passes for 113 yards and two touchdowns.

In a few short months, the Buccaneers have built an impressive unit around Jameis Winston. At 6-foot-6, Howard will be a difficult player to defend in the red zone, especially with opponents targeted on Mike Evans’ who’s 6-foot-5 himself. Winston has used his tight ends well in the past, tossing eight touchdowns to Cameron Brate a year ago. If Evans isn’t the Bucs’ leader in touchdown catches, Howard will be.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced on Monday that six players had signed the one-year qualifying offers extended to them prior to the start of free agency. QB Ryan Griffin was a restricted free agent, which meant he could negotiate contract offers with other teams with Tampa Bay retaining a right-of-first-refusal on any signed deals. Cornerback Jude Adjei-Barimah, tight end Cameron Brate, linebacker Adarius Glanton, wide receiver and wide receiver were exclusive rights free agents who could only negotiate with the Buccaneers.

Tight end Cameron Brate left the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ game jersey on Saturday with a back injury, but not before he caught his eighth touchdown pass of the season. If Brate is able to play in the Buccaneers’ season finale on Sunday, he’ll have a shot at a franchise record and a notable NFL accomplishment.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Cameron Brate caught five passes for 67 yards in Sunday’s loss to the Denver Broncos, with four of those five receptions going for at least 13 yards and a first down. In his last two games, Brate has hauled in 10 passes for 113 yards and two touchdowns.

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Adam Humphries was talking to a lone reporter on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ practice field on Wednesday when Dirk Koetter spotted the pair and veered over. Koetter jokingly called out to another knot of media members to come over and make it a proper press conference. Maybe the Buccaneers’ head coach knows it’s just a matter of time before Humphries starts drawing a crowd.Nike Buccaneers #19 Mike Williams Orange Alternate Men's Stitched NFL Game Jersey

“Let’s just end the big mystery about this number-three wide receiver, okay: Adam Humphries is going to be our number-three wide receiver,” said Koetter. “[If] you talk about the definition of a consistent player, there’s Adam Humphries’s picture right there, [a] consistently strong player. Adam’s going to be our slot receiver and then the battle for four, five, six, and beyond, there’s some really good competition.”

Adam Humphries practiced and Demar Dotson did not, but in the end neither one was cleared from the NFL’s concussion protocol in time to suit up for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday against New Orleans.

As was evident since Friday’s injury report, the Buccaneers’ offense will be without three key pieces: right tackle Demar Dotson, tight end Luke Stocker and wide receiver Adam Humphries. Veteran Gosder Cherilus will take over for Dotson on the Bucs’ line, making his first start of the season. With Humphries out and Cecil Shorts on injured reserve, the Buccaneers will look to integrate the newly-promoted receiving duo of Josh Huff and Donteea Dye into the passing attack.

Wide receiver Adam Humphries missed one game due to a concussion he suffered in San Diego in Week 13, the first concussion of his football career. It looks like he won’t miss a second game.

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On Thursday, Humphries confirmed that he has finished and been cleared by the NFL’s concussion protocol, a process that began on December 4 when he was first injured. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ third-leading receiver returned to practice the next week after missing the team’s Wednesday workout but was not cleared in time to play in last Sunday’s win over New Orleans.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will have five wide receivers ready to go when they face the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday, but the fifth wideout will be Freddie Martino, not Donteea Dye.

On Saturday, a day after arriving in California for their Week Seven matchup with the 49ers, the Buccaneers tweaked a receiving corps that has been in flux all week, waiving Dye and promoting Martino back to the active roster. Dye had just returned to the team this week, first as a member of the practice squad before his own midweek promotion to the 53-man roster.

After an injury-plagued game in Arizona on Sunday, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have promoted first-year wide receiver Freddie Martino from the practice squad to the active roster. Linebacker Josh Keyes was waived to make room for Martino on the 53-man squad, and second-year defensive end Ryan Russell took Martino’s spot on the 10-man practice squad.


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