New head coach Bruce Arians is bringing a familiar face to Tampa Bay, with the Buccaneers signing offensive lineman Earl Watford to a one-year deal on Saturday.
Watford, who spent last season with the Cleveland Browns, was drafted by the Arizona Cardinals in 2013 and spent his first five seasons playing for Arians.
The 6-foot-3, 300-pound Watford joins a Buccaneers offensive line that has four returning starters.
He'll likely get a shot at the open right guard position, but he can provide flexibility across the line.
Watford, 28, has played both guard spots and right tackle over his NFL career, which spans 55 games and 22 starts.
Financial terms were not disclosed.
--Field Level Media