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Bucs Cut McCargo, Part 4

May 04, 2012 at 09:52am by Scott   •  1 Comment »

Don't pack just yet. Gerald McCoy still has other muscles to tear.

The Bucs made a couple roster moves yesterday, including their favorite one: cutting John McCargo.

McCargo was a stopgap option after the defensive tackle position was decimated by injuries late last season. He was initially signed immediately after Gerald McCoy‘s season-ending biceps tear in November, only to be released a day later when the Bucs claimed Albert Haynesworth off waivers from the Patriots.

He’s been signed and released by the Bucs a few times, kind of like a trout. Sometimes I think the Bucs sign him just so they can anticipate his cutting later on down the line. Whenever I hear that McCargo has been released, I think of Dale from King of the Hill firing Gladstone.

Good luck, John. We’ll see you soon!

One Comment to “Bucs Cut McCargo, Part 4”

jampersands

jampersands (May 05, 2012 at 05:05pm:

McCargo goes home, watches “He’s Just Not That Into You” for the fourth time…

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