NFL.com's Michelle Beisner reported Saturday that the Bucs agreed to a two-year, $3.25 million contract with Landri, citing a source close to the situation. The contract pays Landri $1.25 million guaranteed in 2013 and $2 million in 2014.
Aaron Wilson of The Baltimore Sun first reported the news.
Landri made a career-high 16 starts with the Carolina Panthers in 2010, but has spent most of his six-year run as rotational player. His bread and butter is the one-gap interior lineman role and that fills a need for the Bucs, who were light on tackles after Miller departed for the Jacksonville Jaguars in free agency. Tampa also has Gary Gibson, Corvey Irvin and Pep Levingston at the position.
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