Bucs agreed to terms with RB Warrick Dunn on a two-year, $6 million contract, according to NFL Network's Adam Schefter. Dunn will make $3 million in 2008. Dunn returns to where his career started, most likely as a third-down specialist and replacement for free agent Michael Pittman. Michael Bennett's roster spot is now tenuous, especially if Cadillac Williams can get healthy. Among all the Bucs' backups, Dunn has the best chance to be a valuable handcuff for starter Earnest Graham. He won't be a threat to Graham's job. Mar. 10 - 7:04 pm et
Welcome Back Warrick
Well, he certainly meets the minimum age requirement to play for Tampa.
I don't know that he's no threat to Graham, or at the very least to poach a fair number of touches from him. You can never really tell with Chucky.