With veteran linebackers Derrick Brooks and Cato June jettisoned last week, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers need more guys to play the position. According to Pewter Report, they might get started by kicking the tires on Angelo Crowell, who has spent his six-year career with the Bills. The Bucs reportedly are interested in Crowell, but a visit has not been scheduled yet. Crowell unexpectedly landed on injured reserve prior to the 2008 season after word broke that he needed knee surgery. It prevented him from making a strong showing in the hopes of cashing in. Quincy Black, Geno Hayes, and Adam Hayward are expected to compete for playing time at the outside linebacker positions in Tampa; Crowell would give the group a veteran flavor.