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Sister of Bucs defensive back Ross Cockrell reaches Olympic finals

As Bruce Arians promised, virtually every TV inside the AdventHealth Training Center on Monday morning was tuned to the track-and-field portion of the Olympics. What played out on the screens was the best practice precursor Arians could’ve hoped for. Former USC national champion Anna Cockrell, youngest sister of veteran Bucs...
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Buccaneers re-sign CB Ross Cockrell to two-year deal

Cockrell started the year on Tampa Bay’s practice squad before getting called up to the varsity squad. Between the regular season and the playoffs, he saw time in 16 total games, including two starts. He wasn’t slated for much playing time initially, but he came through for the team when Carlton Davis and Jamel Dean went down with injuries.
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Bucs sign defensive back Ross Cockrell to a two-year deal

TAMPA ― Ross Cockrell was a valuable part of the Bucs secondary during Tampa Bay’s run to the Super Bowl. On Tuesday he was rewarded with a two-year contract. Cockrell, 29, joined the Bucs last season as a member of the practice squad and played in 12 games, starting two. He recorded 11 tackles, including one for loss, and added one quarterback hit and one pass defensed.
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