Buccaneers release four players to clear up 2 million dollars in cap space

Today Lovie Smith began duties of GM/Coach, and he went on a waiving spree. The Buccaneers waived/released OL Gabe Carimi, RB Michael Hill, DT Derek Landri, and QB Jordan Rodgers.

Per Yahoo’s Brian McIntyre, the four moves save a combined $2.07 million in cap space.  Carimis is a former Bears first-round pick who knows new Bucs coach Lovie Smith from their time in Chicago, Carimi was a quick cut for Smith, getting the ax just 41 days after Lovie’s hiring. Landri and Hill are the other notable names here. Landri was a Notre Dame alum who appeared in nine 2013 games, making nine tackles and one sack.
Michael Hill was a 2013 undrafted free agent out of Missouri Western. Hill only earned nine carries as a rookie, gaining 23 yards behind Bobby Rainey.
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