Seferian-Jenkins later tweeted about his departure:
"By the time we found out (about the arrest), we were into meetings this morning and we've been on the practice field," Bucs coach Dirk Koetter said Friday, per the team's official team website. "(General manager) Jason (Licht) and I will be getting together this afternoon and whatever is going to happen will be forthcoming."
He wasn't kidding. While Seferian-Jenkins offers good size and athleticism, Friday's gaffe was the final straw in Tampa, where the pass-catcher has been low on production and high on drama.
That won't be the case in Week 3, though, as Koetter and the Bucs have lost their patience with a player who seemed to be on a different planet under the new regime.