ESPN Bucs reporter Pat Yasinskas believes fourth-year TE Luke Stocker could be expendable after the team drafted Austin Seferian-Jenkins.
Bucs TE Luke Stocker is not participating in voluntary workouts this week due to an undisclosed ailment.
Buccaneers placed TE Luke Stocker (hip) on injured reserve, ending his season.
Bucs activated TE Luke Stocker (calf) from active/PUP.
The Bucs released their first unofficial depth chart and listed Luke Stocker as the starting tight end.
The Tampa Bay Times projects Luke Stocker as the Bucs' starting tight end but admits he'll face "serious competition."
The Tampa Bay Times suggests that Luke Stocker is currently penciled in as the Bucs' starting tight end.
The Tampa Bay Times believes the Bucs have "a lot of confidence" in third-year TE Luke Stocker.
The Tampa Bay Times tentatively projects Luke Stocker as the Bucs' starting tight end.
Bucs TE Luke Stocker missed the team's second preseason game with a head injury.
The Tampa Bay Times doesn't believe Luke Stocker will play a major role as a receiver this season.
Bucs GM Mark Dominik described second-year TE Luke Stocker as an "every-down tight end" in his Monday announcement of the Kellen Winslow trade.
Bucs TE Luke Stocker left Sunday's Week 17 game against the Falcons with an elbow injury and will not return.
Buccaneers No. 2 TE Luke Stocker is "week to week" with a knee injury.