The Bucs have a new offensive linemen, as the team has inked veteran offensive guard Keydrick Vincent to a two-year contract. He comes with plenty of starts under his belt, as he was a starter with the Panthers, Ravens, and the Steelers.
Vincent is a 6-foot-5, 325-pounder who has started 79 NFL games. From where it stands, he should push incumbent left guard Jeremy Zuttah. He started for the Panthers for the past two years.
The Panthers cut undrafted rookie offensive guard Sergio Render to create a roster spot for Vincent. Vincent, 32, played collegiately at Ole Miss and had a previous sting with the Arizona Cardinals.