M.J. Stewart Released By Tampa Bay Buccaneers


was expected to become an important piece to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers secondary. But the second-round pick from North Carolina in 2018 never found a position to call his own. At 5-feet-11, 201 pounds, Stewart was given opportunities to establish himself outside as a starter at cornerback, inside as slot corner, or in nickel situations. (Tampa Bay Times)

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M.J. Stewart Released By Tampa Bay Buccaneers


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