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Buccaneers Sign Former Chargers WR to Practice Squad

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Image Credit: Kim Klement | USA Today Sports

Heading down the final stretch of the season, the Buccaneers will be thin at the wide receiver position. The Bucs will be without their star receiver Mike Evans, who suffered a serious Hamstring pull in week 14, and rookie Scotty Miller, who is also dealing with a Hamstring issue and could be missing more time.

The Bucs recently activated wide receiver Ishmael Hyman to the 53 man roster to give Tampa four available pass-catchers heading into the Motor City. Hyman’s promotion from the practice squad left an available spot for newly signed rookie wide receiver Trevion Thompson.

Thompson, a 2019 undrafted Free Agent out of Clemson University, signed a three year $1.755 million contract with the Chargers shortly after the draft. He was later placed on the Chargers’ IR with an undisclosed injury and ultimately waived with a settlement.

Trevion Thompson: Clemson Tigers Stats (2015-2018).

  • 35 games played
  • 53 receptions
  • 506 yards
  • 2 touchdowns
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