The Tampa Bay Times reports the Bucs have pulled their multi-year offer to RT Demar Dotson.
Bucs RT Demar Dotson skipped OTA practices this week due to displeasure with his contract.
The Bucs will move Demar Dotson back to right tackle after they drafted Donovan Smith.
The Tampa Tribune's Roy Cummings expects the Bucs to move RT Demar Dotson to left tackle.
GM Jason Licht says the Bucs are considering giving RT Demar Dotson reps at left tackle in an effort to increase his "versatility."
Coach Greg Schiano confirmed Demar Dotson has won the Bucs' right tackle job.
The Bucs plan to let Gabe Carimi battle for a job "on the right side of the line."
Bucs re-signed RT Demar Dotson to a four-year, $7.5 million contract.
Bucs RT Demar Dotson triggered an escalator in his contract, raising his 2013 salary from $1.5 million to $2 million.
Demar Dotson has supplanted Jeremy Trueblood as the Bucs' starting right tackle.
Bucs re-signed restricted free agent OT Demar Dotson to a two-year contract.
Buccaneers extended an original pick tender to restricted free agent OT Demar Dotson.
Bucs placed OT Demar Dotson (knee) on injured reserve, ending his season.
With Donald Penn sitting out OTA/minicamp season, Demar Dotson has taken reps as the Bucs' first-string left tackle.