Bucs DT Akeem Spence has completed a pre-trial diversion program and had his drug-related charges dropped.
Bucs DT Akeem Spence was arrested for possession of marijuana Tuesday afternoon.
The Tampa Bay Times considers Buccaneers rookie DT Akeem Spence the favorite to start at nose tackle.
Bucs agreed to terms with No. 100 overall pick DT Akeem Spence on a four-year, $2.65 million contract.
Bucs GM Mark Dominik expects No. 100 overall pick Akeem Spence to be the team's starting nose tackle this season.
The Bucs plan to use fourth-round DT Akeem Spence at nose tackle, where he'll compete to replace Roy Miller.
Bucs traded up to select Illinois DT Akeem Spence with the No. 100 overall pick, sending Nos. 112 and 181 to the Raiders.