The back end of any NFL roster is always in motion for every team, including the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Monday the Buccaneers brought in former Kansas City Chief Xavier Williams for a physical.
Bucs could be adding depth to their defensive line. Former Cardinals and Chiefs defensive tackle Xavier Williams is in Tampa, getting a physical today, could rejoin Bruce Arians, who he played for from 2015-17 in Arizona. Played in two playoff games for Kansas City last year.
— Greg Auman (@gregauman) August 10, 2020
Williams has played limited snaps in his five year career as a defensive tackle. His most productive year was in 2018, where he recorded 47 tackles and 2.5 sacks on 36% of snaps.
The Buccaneers waive-injured wide receiver Travis Jonsen recently, which could potentially open up space for Williams.
If signed, Williams would be nothing more than bubble player, and a body to provide depth along the line.