One of the marvels of the NFL’s most recent labor agreement is that rookies get signed quickly.
Their contracts are slotted, so there is no excuse for a holdout. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers won’t have any rookie holdouts when they get to training camp. They made sure of that by agreeing to terms with second-round pick Austin Seferian-Jenkins, who is expected to sign his contract Friday. The other five draft picks already have signed.
In other news, the Bucs signed defensive end Ronald Talley, who took part in the recent minicamp on a tryout basis. Talley spent the past three years with the Arizona Cardinals. The Bucs also released receiver Aaron Burks and defensive tackle Everett Dawkins.