Still, he found a little time to take care of some important paperwork. On Monday, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced that they had signed Pamphile, a fifth-round pick in the previous weekend's NFL Draft, to a four-year deal. The Purdue offensive tackle is the third 2014 draft pick to come to terms with the team in the last four days.
The Buccaneers began that process quickly, signing fifth-round guard
The Bucs grabbed Pamphile with the 149th overall pick in the draft, six spots after they selected Edwards. The team started the day with just one pick in the fifth round but General Manager Jason Licht and Head Coach Lovie Smith were obviously not satisfied to get only one of those two linemen. After choosing Edwards, Licht and Smith quickly swung a deal with Buffalo to get pick #149, trading a 2014 seventh-round pick and a 2015 fifth-round pick to the Bills.
Tampa Bay traded a 2014 seventh-round pick and a 2015 fifth-round pick in order to move into position to draft Purdue T Kevin Pamphile
Pamphile (6-5, 310) started 21 games at left tackle over the Boilermakers' last two seasons. He has quick feet and is considered a strong pass-blocker but also has untapped potential due to relatively little experience on the offensive line. He mostly played basketball at Miami Central High School and was a defensive lineman during his first season at Purdue.