The Buccaneers have signed former Cardinals, Jaguars, Bears, and Browns’ guard Earl Watford, to a one-year deal, continuing their streak of solid signings on prove-it type deals allowing for more cap space to be available in 2020.
Watford will add much-needed depth to the offensive line and knows many systems including Bruce Arians’. Watford, who was selected in the 4th round of the 2013 NFL draft is another one of Arians’ draft picks that will be added to the roster. He joins Kevin Minter and Andre Ellington, who were also members of that 2013 draft class selected by Arians himself.
Watford played in 13 games for the Cleveland Browns last year.