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Bucs could look to Owusu or elsewhere to fill slot receiver role

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With slot receiver Kevin Ogletree officially out in Tampa, the Bucs need a new slot receiver.

As Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times surmised during a Tuesday appearance on PFT Live, the new slot receiver could be Chris Owusu.  Coincidentally, Owusu was elevated to the active roster from the practice squad on Tuesday.

Stroud also suggested that the Bucs could look outside the building for help at the slot position.  One possibility could be Laurent Robinson, who preceded Ogletree as the slot man in Dallas.

Yes, Robinson has a history of concussions.  But so does Owusu.

Owusu went undrafted in 2012, and he initially was signed by the 49ers and his college coach, Jim Harbaugh.  Owusu didn’t make it onto the team’s final roster or practice squad.  He previously spent time on the Chargers’ practice squad.

For more from Stroud regarding the Bucs, where the identity of the slot receiver isn’t necessarily the top story in Tampa, click the box below.

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4 Responses to “Bucs could look to Owusu or elsewhere to fill slot receiver role”
  1. elmustardo says: Oct 1, 2013 5:52 PM

    The Bucs have already put Tiquan Underwood’s jersey up in Black’s old locker.

    Owusu and Underwood.

  2. bordner says: Oct 1, 2013 5:56 PM

    In print, Owusu looks like one of those schools that always makes the NCAA Basketball tournament, but you’re never sure where they’re from.

  3. cardmagnet says: Oct 1, 2013 6:35 PM

    If Owusu couldn’t even make it onto the practice squad under his college coach, why would the Buccaneers think he’s worth of taking over their slot?

  4. milkmandanimal says: Oct 1, 2013 6:56 PM

    “This ‘Titanic’ is a lovely ship, but I think these deck chairs would look better over there.”

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