Jorvorskie Lane is back with the Buccaneers.
Tampa Bay has re-signed Lane, a third-year fullback who played nine games for the club in 2014. The team announced the move Friday.
The 28-year-old Lane has made 25 regular season appearances, with the majority of his experience with Miami in 2012. A November broken leg ended his 2014 campaign.
Lane and Evan Rodriguez are the lone fullbacks on the Buccaneers’ roster.
In addition to signing Lane, the Buccaneers announced they had struck a deal with first-year tight end Emmanuel Ogbuehi. The Georgia State product spent time on the Ravens’ practice squad in 2014. He gives the Buccaneers seven tight ends under contract.