The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are currently purging their offensive line, showing that an underperforming unit won’t be salvaged — it will be scrapped entirely. After looking like the unit could be full of Pro Bowl talent back in 2012, Davin Joseph has been release, Jeremy Zuttah and Donald Penn may be next and Carl Nicks is currently circling the drain as well.
According to NFC South blogger Pat Yasinskas from ESPN, the Buccaneers may be looking to say goodbye to Carl Nicks and the entire offensive line.
The future of guard Carl Nicks is uncertain. He missed all but two games last season while dealing with a toe injury and a staph infection. … Tampa Bay could look to free agency and the draft to make several moves on the offensive line.
Earlier in the weekend it looked like the release of Davin Joseph was the final nail in the coffin for the Bucs last four seasons, but the release of prized free agent signing and total waste of money hire Carl Nicks would actually be the final nail.
It’s not the Nicks just underperformed, it’s that he represented so much hope and delivered absolutely nothing — a theme for the Bucs teams since they won the Super Bowl back in 2002.