2013 NFL undrafted free agents: Tampa Bay offseason continues with UDFA signings

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Tampa Bay has made several splashes in the past few offseasons. Now it looks to find a few pieces in a quiet manner.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers starting making noise this offseason well before the draft started, with rumors they were trying to acquire All-Pro corner Darrelle Revis from the New York Jets.

Tampa Bay proved to be successful in that endeavor, costing only a first-round pick in this year's draft and a third in 2014. However, the Buccaneers weren't done bringing in talent for their secondary, drafting Johnthan Banks in the second round, a corner from Mississippi State.

Add Eric Wright, Mark Barron and the newly signed Dashon Goldson, and Tampa has one of the most talented secondaries in football.

Now with the draft over, the Buccaneers are hoping to add some cheap talent with undrafted free agents. This is the list of players they've nabbed so far, according to Bucs Nation:

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