Tampa Bay Buccaneers Player News: All Positions

News: Darboh signed a contract with the Buccaneers on Wednesday, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Impact: Darboh signed with Tampa Bay's practice squad in mid-September and he'll now make his way to the 53-man roster heading into Week 7. The 2017 third-round pick hasn't seen game action since his rookie campaign in Seattle, where he caught eight targets for 71 yards over 16 games.
News: Watson has logged a total of just four snaps on offense over the last two games despite No. 3 receiver Breshad Perriman (hamstring) being inactive for both contests.
Impact: Watson saw both rookie Scott Miller and the just-released Bobo Wilson leapfrog him over that pair of contests, and team up to fill Perriman's shoes in the offense. With Wilson now out of the equation, there's presumably a chance for Watson to finally log some appreciable playing time from scrimmage in Week 8 against the Titans, especially if the rumors surrounding a possible Perriman release also come to fruition.
News: David finished with six tackles (five solo), including one for loss, in the Buccaneers' 37-26 loss to the Panthers on Sunday.
Impact: David boosted his tackle total by one over his Week 5 effort against the Saints while logging another robust 66-snap workload. The veteran linebacker is averaging just under seven stops per game, which put him on pace for his third straight campaign with triple-digit tackles. He's also boosted his pass coverage by forcing a near 18-percent drop in completion percentage against him over last season (57.9, compared to 75.6) and has already recorded his first interception since 2016.
News: Suh posted three tackles (two solo) and a half-sack in the Buccaneers' 37-26 loss to the Panthers on Sunday.
Impact: Suh logged 49 snaps overall in the contest and was involved in a quarterback takedown for the first time as a Buc. The veteran tackle has multiple stops in four of six games, but his 13 total tackles thus far this season put him on pace for his lowest tally in that category since 2012.
News: Perriman (hamstring) could be cut to help the Buccaneers with the formula for compensatory draft picks, Greg Auman of The Athletic reports.
Impact: Signed to a one-year, $4 million deal this past offseason, Perriman already is shaping up as a disappointment, catching just three of 12 targets for 16 yards before he missed the past two weeks with a hamstring injury. His contract is large enough to factor into the formula for compensatory draft picks, but only if he's still on the Buccaneers' roster in Week 9. The Bucs used Scott Miller as their No. 3 receiver the past two games, with the rookie sixth-round pick catching three of nine targets for 39 yards and a touchdown. A Week 7 bye could inspire some changes for the 2-4 Bucs.