Greg Schiano has added another corner to the mix for the Bucs.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have signed cornerback Michael Adams to their 90-man roster and released guard Jeremy Lewis, according to the team's official Twitter.
Adams is a veteran who comes into the organization with six seasons of experience, all with the Arizona Cardinals.
The newly acquired Adams will be joining newcomers Darrelle Revis and Dashon Goldson in the secondary, fighting for a spot in a suddenly very crowded position group.
In his career, Adams has always been more of a depth corner who sometimes had to be a starter. His best season statistically came in 2010. Adams recorded 52 tackles and a pair of interceptions, both season-high totals.
Tampa Bay is trying to compete in the loaded, pass-happy NFC South and Adams is another player to add into the mix. It's tough to see him as a major contributor, but even if he provides solid depth for head coach Greg Schiano, it can't hurt.
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