Former Clemson WR added to Bucs' practice squad


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Thompson was a solid player at Clemson
Thompson was a solid player at Clemson

Former Clemson receiver Trevion Thompson has been reportedly signed to the practice squad of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Wednesday.

Thompson recently had tryouts with three teams before landing with the Bucs.

Previously, the 24-year old was an undrafted rookie free agent that signed with the Los Angeles Chargers on June 3.

Thompson was known for his versatility in a reserve role for Clemson, tallying 53 catches for 506 yards and two scores over 56 games.

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