Tampa Bay waited until after the NFL's 4 p.m. deadline on Monday to announce which players had been cut to get the roster down to 75 players. But despite the long wait, there were no real surprises once the team released the 10 players that were waived.

All of those cut by the Buccaneers were undrafted free agents, and none had more than one year of NFL experience heading into the season. Thus, all of those on the bubble hoping to make the final 53-man roster should have a chance to impress the coaching staff with Wednesday's preseason finale at Washington.

Notable cuts: None, as everyone on the list Monday was expected to ultimately get cut. In fact, the list was shorter than it could have been, as the team moved right guard Davin Joseph (who injured his knee on Friday against the Patriots) to the injured reserve and placed defensive end Da'Quan Bowers on the physically unable to perform list, allowing at least two more players to survive the first round of cuts.

Complete cut list: RB De'Anthony Curtis (rookie, undrafted free agent, Arkansas); LS Andrew DePaola (rookie, undrafted free agent, Rutgers); WR Greg Ellingson (2nd year, undrafted free agent, Florida International); TE Collin Franklin (2nd year, undrafted free agent, Iowa State); WR Ed Gant (2nd year, undrafted free agent, North Alabama); P Eric Guthrie (rookie, undrafted free agent, Iowa); OT Mike Ingersoll (2nd year, undrafted free agent, North Carolina); LB Brian Smith (2nd year, undrafted free agent, Notre Dame); S Tramain Thomas (rookie, undrafted free agent, Arkansas); and CB Marquese Wheaton (rookie, undrafted free agent, Southern Miss). 

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