Bucs Cut McCargo, Part 4
May 04, 2012 at 09:52am by Scott • 1 Comment »
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!