TAMPA — Tampa Bay Buccaneers general manager Jason Licht is not afraid to tweak his roster. If he finds an available player whom he believes is better than a player on his roster, he'll make a move.
Licht did just that on Friday when he signed defensive end Ronald Talley.
Talley first broke into the NFL in 2009 as an undrafted free agent with the Green Bay Packers, but he first made his mark in the league after signing with the Arizona Cardinals a year later.
Talley, who started his college career at Notre Dame but finished at Delaware, has spent each of the last three seasons with Arizona, playing in 15 games with one start and recording 14 tackles, one sack and one pass break-up.
The Bucs also announced they have waived wide receiver Aaron Burks and defensive tackle Everett Dawkins.