The Tampa Bay Times expects Eric Wright to open the season as the Buccaneers' No. 2 cornerback.
Bucs coach Greg Schiano confirmed after the draft that the right cornerback job will be open to competition.
Bucs CB Eric Wright's new one-year, $1.5 million deal includes no guaranteed money.
Bucs CB Eric Wright has restructured his contract, and will remain with the team for 2013.
Pewter Report reports that CB Eric Wright is "Plan B" for the Bucs if they can't land Darrelle Revis in a trade.
Bucs CB Eric Wright met with coach Greg Schiano and GM Mark Dominik Tuesday, and "appears likely" to agree to a restructured contract.
The Tampa Tribune thinks it's time to "start getting used to the idea" of CB Eric Wright being back with the Bucs in 2013.
Citing a league source, ProFootballTalk is reporting that the Buccaneers are shopping CB Eric Wright.
Bucs CB Eric Wright lost his grievance with the team, and his 2013 salary of $7.75 million will remain non-guaranteed.
Bucs CB Eric Wright is appealing the voiding of his guaranteed $7.75 million 2013 base salary.
The Bucs have decided to "hold off" on releasing CB Eric Wright.
The Bucs haven't made a decision on what to do with CB Eric Wright.
The Tampa Bay Times says the Bucs are expected to release CB Eric Wright.
The Tampa Bay Times believes CB Eric Wright has played his last snap with the Buccaneers.