Today, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers added undrafted offensive lineman Kyler Kerbyson to the roster. The Bucs waived Kelby Johnson, who was also an undrafted rookie.
Now, Kerbyson has had a rough road this off-season, as he has bounced from the Houston Texans and New Orleans Saints rookie mini camps, then to being cut by the New England Patriots during training camp.
In addition, he had a successful career in college, where he played at the University of Tennessee, having played in 45 games and started 26 over his junior and senior years.
Finally, he is going to be battling with backups on the Bucs that could be starters, so it could hurt his chances of making the 53-man roster, but if he shows out in the last two pre-season games, he might make the practice squad. His versatility will help him land a pay check.