On Thursday afternoon, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced they have made two roster cuts. Safety Deiondre’ Hall and tight end Jordan Leggett have been waived by the team. With the depth that Tampa Bay has at both the tight end and safety positions, this seemed to be the right moves to help Tampa get to their 80-man camp roster.
We’ve waived TE Jordan Leggett and S Deiondre’ Hall.https://t.co/da7Ghd1VyC
— Tampa Bay Buccaneers (@Buccaneers) July 30, 2020
The Buccaneers’ roster sits at 84 with these cuts today and with linebacker Kendell Beckwith being released the other day. Neither Leggett or Hall have seen any active time in games since being apart of the buccaneers’ organization. Leggett was promoted to the active roster in 2019, but remained inactive for those games. Hall was a reserve/ future contracts player after the 2019 season.