This time, it’s a QB dropped for an offensive lineman. According to Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times, “To make room for lineman Caylin Hauptmann, Bucs have waived backup QB Dan LeFevour.”

The QB has been in the league for seven seasons. He was drafted in 2010, by the Chicago Bears, and has not played in an NFL game. LeFevour had one heck of a college career at Central Michigan. He threw for 12905 yards and 102 TDs while only giving up 36 interceptions. His rushing game was no slouch either. He ran for 2948 yards, 48 TDs and he even caught a 32-yard touchdown pass. Maybe he threw it to himself? He was a tremendous quarterback in college but he hasn’t found his way into an NFL game yet.

Buccaneers quarterback’s coach, Mike Bajakian, had a history with LeFevour, both were at Central Michigan from 2007 to 2009. Coach Bajakian was Central Michigan’s Offensive Quality Control Coach at the time.

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Caylin Hauptman is an offensive tackle from Florida International, who also didn’t play in an NFL gaHe was signed in 2013 as a undrafted free agent by the Cleveland Browns and then waived to the practice squad. He was picked up by the Seahawks, then was released after they beat the Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII. Ironically, he was picked up by the Patriots the following season, and they went on to beat the Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX.

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Jay Bucs

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