A week after purging multiple veteran players with name recognition as part of an apparent youth movement, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers could be pursuing a veteran player with name recognition who is anything but youthful. The Tampa Tribune reports that the Bucs are expected to “heavily pursue” Taylor, who once played for recently-hired defensive coordinator Jim Bates in Miami. The St. Petersburg Times also reports that the Buccaneers are interested in Taylor; however, the Times predicts that he won’t be joining the team, and that he’ll sign elsewhere in the next two or three days. Taylor was cut on Monday by the Redskins. We reported last night that a dozen teams already have inquired about Taylor, but that Taylor is expected to take some time before picking a new team. So, as we hear it, he won’t be signing anywhere this week.