The Buccaneers continue to do business faster than anyone, as they’ve made the majority of their cuts already.
The latest is kicker Connor Barth, per the Tampa Bay Times.
That leaves the kicking job to Patrick Murray, a second-year player from Fordham.
The 28-year-old Barth had been with the Bucs since 2009, but they’re going with the younger (i.e. cheaper) version. He was franchised and given a four-year, $13.2 million deal in 2012, but spent last year on the non-football illness list after he tore his Achilles in an offseason charity basketball game.
Barth’s been good enough for long enough that he’ll likely be a regular on the Tuesday tour of unemployed kickers, which we envision traveling from city to city together in a small car or bus.