Former Bucs TE Jerramy Stevens was arrested Thursday on a felony battery charge.
Bucs released TE Jerramy Stevens.
CBS' Charley Casserly reports that the Bucs will be releasing TE Jerramy Stevens on Monday.
Bucs TE Jerramy Stevens was arrested early Saturday for "possession of cannabis with intent to sell" in Hillsborough County (FL).
Offensive coordinator Greg Olson plans to utilize TE Jerramy Stevens more in 2010.
Bucs TE Jerramy Stevens (probable, quadriceps) returned to a full practice Friday and will likely play in Week 6.
Bucs TE Jerramy Stevens (quad) missed Bucs practice again Thursday.
Bucs TE Jerramy Stevens missed practice Wednesday with a quadriceps injury.
Bucs offensive coordinator Jeff Jagodzinski plans to use tight ends Jerramy Stevens and Kellen Winslow in tandem.
Bucs re-signed TE Jerramy Stevens.
Bucs GM Mark Dominik confirmed Wednesday that the team is in contract talks with free agent Jerramy Stevens.
The Tampa Tribune disputes a St. Petersburg Times report that a deal with free agent TE Jerramy Stevens is close.
The Bucs are close to re-signing free agent TE Jerramy Stevens to a two-year deal.
Jerramy Stevens caught two balls for 28 yards in the Bucs' Week 17 loss to the Raiders.