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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers waived cornerback Vernon Hargreaves on Tuesday, ending the three-and-a-half year tenure of the team's 2016 first-round draft pick.

General Manager Jason Licht addressed the move, which was made after he consulted with Head Coach Bruce Arians.

"After thoughtful consideration over the past few weeks, Coach Arians and I came to the conclusion that we needed to make this change," said Licht. "Decisions such as this are always difficult, but we felt it was in the best interest of our team to part ways with Vernon at this time and allow him to explore other opportunities. We are disappointed that it did not work out here for Vernon and we wish him continued success moving forward."

Hargreaves started the first nine games of the 2019 season and recorded 40 tackles, one interception, four passes defensed and one fumble recovery. The Buccaneers have been trying out different combinations with their young secondary in recent weeks and Hargreaves was on the field for 46 of 70 snaps in Sunday's win over Arizona. After his waiver, the Buccaneers have five cornerbacks on the active roster, including Ryan Smith and four players drafted in the last two years – Carlton Davis, Jamel Dean, Sean Murphy-Bunting and M.J. Stewart. Davis has missed the last two games with a hip injury but the rookie Dean has broken up eight passes in that span, including a crucial interception against Arizona.

In total, Hargreaves appeared in 35 games for the Buccaneers, with 33 starts, and produced 164 tackles, four tackles for loss, 19 passes defensed, two interceptions, two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and one defensive touchdown. He was the 11th overall pick in the 2016 draft out of the University of Florida.

The Buccaneers did not immediately announce a corresponding move to fill the open spot on the 53-man roster.

Sours: https://www.buccaneers.com/news/buccaneers-waive-vernon-hargreaves

Why the Bucs released Vernon Hargreaves

TAMPA — This was about accountability. It was also about accounting.

Neither really worked in favor of Vernon Hargreaves remaining with the Bucs.

The 11th overall pick in the 2016 draft from the University of Florida was waived on Tuesday morning. It came two days after Bucs coach Bruce Arians benched Hargreaves in the third quarter of Tampa Bay’s 30-27 win over Arizona for not hustling to make a tackle on what became a 55-yard catch and run by Cardinals receiver Andy Isabella.

“There’s no argument,” said Hargreaves, who later re-entered the game. “I need to hustle. Point blank, end of discussion. I’ll get better. I’m sure I’ll talk with them this week and get things straight and see where we’re going.’’

That talk came Tuesday morning at the team’s training facility with general manager Jason Licht and Arians.

“After thoughtful consideration over the past few weeks, Bruce and I came to the conclusion that we needed to make this change,” Licht in a statement Tuesday. “Decisions such as this are always difficult, but I felt it was in the best interest of our team to part ways with Vernon at this time and allow him to explore other opportunities. We are disappointed that it did not work out here for Vernon and we wish him continued success moving forward.”

Every time you think decisions are made in the best interest of the team, remember the NFL is a big business.

The Bucs had picked up the fifth-year option on Hargreaves contract in 2020 for about $9-million which was only guaranteed against injury.

Once it was decided that Hargreaves was no longer a part of their future, the Bucs had to protect themselves from having to potentially shell out that kind of money next season for a player they no longer wanted.

And remember, injuries derailed two of Hargreaves’ previous three seasons.

Yes, this is a very bad look for the Bucs and Licht. The only remaining player from the Bucs’ 2016 draft class is cornerback Ryan Smith, who went in for Hargreaves Sunday and immediately gave up a 69-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Kyler Murray to Christian Kirk.

Of course, that was the draft where the Bucs traded up to the second round for Florida State kicker Roberto Aguayo, who was out of football within a year. Hargreaves is the fourth player to be released from that 2016 class this year.

The Bucs cut defensive end Noah Spence, a second-round pick, before the season began. After Week 1, they said goodbye to tackle Caleb Benenoch, their fifth-round pick. And during last month’s bye week, they waived linebacker Devante Bond before the league suspended him four games for using performance-enhancing drugs. Tight end Danny Vitale is a fullback for the Packers.

The Bucs also have to take responsibility for Hargreaves’ failure.

At Florida and Wharton High School in Tampa, Hargreaves was known as a ball hawk. But he thrived in man-to-man coverage. The Bucs drafted him to play in the zone scheme of then defensive coordinator Mike Smith.

When Hargreaves arrived at minicamp and began work in the offseason, the Bucs crossed trained him at two positions. They wanted him to learn how to not only play cornerback but also move inside and cover the slot receiver.

It’s not Hargreaves’ fault he was over-drafted. At 5-11, 204-pounds, he wasn’t a very good match for the big, physical receivers you see in the NFL today.

As a rookie, he was the only player in the NFL to give up more than 1,000-yards receiving.

But just because you are playing off a receiver doesn’t mean you can’t make a play on the football.

That’s where Hargreaves struggled the most. In 35 games, 33 of them starts, Hargreaves had only two interceptions and 19 passes defensed.

By comparison, rookie Jamel Dean had played only three snaps all season before being pressed into service as a starter two weeks ago at Seattle. He already has one interception and eight passes defensed.

As the most experienced member of the secondary, Hargreaves made two memorable plays this season. He had an interception he returned for a touchdown in the season opener against the San Francisco 49ers and he made the key stop of Carolina running back Christian McCaffrey on fourth-and-1 to clinch a win against the Panthers in Week 2.

But overall, the film isn’t very good. Neither was his effort.

Maybe getting drafted by the hometown team wasn’t good for Hargreaves. Sometimes going to college a couple of blocks from your house just feels like 13th grade with all the people you grew up with just hanging around.

Maybe Hargreaves could’ve had a better role model as a rookie than cornerback Brent Grimes, whose effort was questioned, especially at the end of his career.

When Arians arrived in Tampa Bay, he made it clear that he would not tolerate anything less than 100 percent from his players.

"You can't play hard, you can't play here," Arians said.

That’s where the accountability got Hargreaves.

There’s a reason why the Bucs took three more defensive backs in this year’s draft. They didn’t much care for the guys playing. Carlton Davis, who is battling a hip injury, has started 19 games and has no interceptions and 10 passes defensed. But the Bucs still like his coverage ability and upside if he learns how to play without clutching and grabbing receivers.

The Bucs have seen the improvement by rookie cornerback Sean Murphy-Bunting and safety Mike Edwards.

By contrast, after getting lit up for three touchdown passes by Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson two weeks ago, Dean was in the office of defensive coordinator Todd Bowles by 7 a.m. for an extra hour of tutoring every morning last week.

When he entered the game in the fourth quarter Sunday, he recognized a corner route and intercepted a pass from Murray at the Tampa Bay 8-yard line that set up the Bucs’ game-winning, 92-yard touchdown drive.

This is bad time for the Bucs to waive Hargreaves when they are thin at defensive back. Davis missed the last two games and M.J. Stewart left Sunday’s game with an injury. The Bucs promoted former South Florida cornerback Mazzi Wilkins from the practice squad.

The Saints and Drew Brees are coming to town Sunday hoping to light up the worst pass defense in the NFL.

Arians doesn’t know how young players such as Dean and Murphy-Bunting and Edwards will play.

But he knows they will play hard.

And if ya don’t, like the man said, you can’t play here.

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Sours: https://www.tampabay.com/sports/bucs/2019/11/12/why-the-bucs-released-vernon-hargreaves/
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Per Adam Schefter, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers released fourth-year cornerback Vernon Hargreaves III on Tuesday, officially marking the end of an up-and-down era for the former first-round pick out of Florida.

Hargreaves was benched during Sunday’s win over what seemed to be a lack of effort on a 55-yard catch and run by Cardinals receiver Andy Isabella.

Bruce Arians and Todd Bowles both thought they had something in Hargreaves, evidenced by the team’s decision to pick up his fifth-year rookie option in April of 2019. But ineffective play and a lack of attention to detail have derailed his career under a new coaching staff.

Hargreaves was chosen with the 11th-overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft. He struggled quite a bit in the first year and a half, which prompted the Bucs to make him their slot corner in 2017. His play began to pick up, but he was placed on IR in Week 10 of the 2017 season and only had about two quarters of play under his belt before going on IR in Week 1 of the 2018 season.

A pick-six in Week 1 and a game-winning tackle in Week 2 gave way to the idea that Hargreaves was beginning to play to his potential, but he has fallen off a cliff since, allowing a 69.2% completion percentage that has yielded 578 yards and four touchdowns to go with the one interception. Quarterbacks have a 110.9 rating when throwing toward Hargreaves in 2019.

“After thoughtful consideration over the past few weeks, Bruce and I came to the conclusion that we needed to make this change,” said Buccaneers General Manager JasonLicht. “Decisions such as this are always difficult, but I felt it was in the best interest of our team to part ways with Vernon at this time and allow him to explore other opportunities. We are disappointed that it did not work out here for Vernon and we wish him continued success moving forward.”

His release also lends more credence than ever to the fact that Tampa Bay’s 2016 draft class was an abject disaster. Out of Hargreaves, Noah Spence, Roberto Aguayo, Caleb Benenoch, Devante Bond, and Dan Vitale - only Ryan Smith remains.

Hargreaves played in 35 games over his four seasons in Tampa Bay, making 33 starts, recording 164 tackles (four for loss), 19 passes defensed, two interceptions, two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and one defensive touchdown.

Sours: https://www.bucsnation.com/2019/11/12/20961225/tampa-bay-buccaneers-bucs-release-vernon-hargreaves-iii
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Former 1st-Round Pick Vernon Hargreaves Released by Buccaneers

Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Vernon Hargreaves III (28) works against the San Francisco 49ers during the first half an NFL football game, Sunday, Sept. 8, 2019, in Tampa, Fla. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)
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The Tampa Bay Buccaneersannounced Tuesday that they waived starting cornerback Vernon Hargreaves.

Hargreaves was the No. 11 overall pick in the 2016 NFL draft. Big things were expected out of Hargreaves in Tampa after a standout collegiate career at the University of Florida, but he never managed to live up to his draft status.

The 24-year-old defensive back made nine starts for the Bucs this season, registering 39 tackles, four passes defended and one interception, which was returned for a touchdown.

Per Adam Levitan of DraftKings, Hargreaves grades out as Pro Football Focus' fifth-worst cornerback among qualified players this season:

Hargreaves had been part of a Tampa Bay secondary that ranks last in the NFL against the pass (298.9 yards per game) and 30th in passing touchdowns allowed (22).

Although the Bucs beat the Arizona Cardinals 30-27 on Sunday, they allowed rookie No. 1 overall pick Kyler Murray to throw for 324 yards, three touchdowns and one interception. Hargreaves' poor play contributed to Murray's big statistical outing.

Per ESPN'sJenna Laine, Hargreaves started Sunday's game, but he was replaced by Ryan Smith and Jamel Dean after halftime due to a "coaches' decision." Hargreaves did re-enter the game in the fourth quarter, but it was due to M.J. Stewart suffering an injury.

With Hargreaves out of the picture, head coach Bruce Arians will rely on rookie second-round pick Sean Murphy-Bunting, 2018 second-round pick Carlton Davis, a 2019 third-round pick in Dean, a 2018 second-round pick in Stewart and a 2016 fourth-round pick in Smith.

Considering how many corners Tampa Bay took in the first few rounds over the past two years, it was clear there were some reservations about Hargreaves and whether he would live up to his potential.

Also, Hargreaves missed seven games in 2017 with a hamstring injury and 15 games last season with a shoulder injury, so there were major questions regarding his durability.

In 35 career regular-season games, Hargreaves has 164 tackles, 19 passes defended and just two interceptions to his credit.

Hargreaves' failure to produce turnovers and penchant for giving up big plays led to his demise in Tampa, but the fact that he is still young and has a first-round pedigree could help him catch on with another team in a lesser role quickly.

Sours: https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2862367-report-former-1st-round-pick-vernon-hargreaves-released-by-buccaneers

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This was supposed to be the year for Buccaneers cornerback Vernon Hargreaves III. But it seems like the expectations for a stellar season were merely a pipe dream.

During Sunday’s 30-27 victory over the Cardinals, Hargreaves’ struggles continued as he was benched for a lack of effort on a play.

“He didn’t look like he was hustling to go in for a tackle,” said head coach Bruce Arians following the game Sunday.

The play in question may have come as the third quarter started.

As Arizona trailed 17-13, quarterback Kyler Murray found wide receiver Andy Isabella on a short crossing route which turned into a 55-yard catch and run. On the play, Hargreaves didn’t appear to have been running full speed to make the tackle on Isabella. Instead, the fourth-year corner seemed to have assumed his teammates were going to wrap up the Arizona receiver but instead was quickly turned around and tried to chase Isabella down instead.

Hargreaves briefly addressed his benching when asked after the game.

“There’s no arguing it. I need to hustle, point-blank, end of discussion,” Hargreaves told ESPN reporter Jenna Laine, which also pointed out the play in question. “And I’ll get better. I’m sure I’ll talk with him this week and we’ll get things straightened out, and we’ll see where to go from here.”

This isn’t the first time Hargreaves has been in Arians’ doghouse. Back in May, Hargreaves watched practice from the sidelines. And when the head coach was asked why his starting corner was on the sidelines, Arians quickly told reporters to go ask Hargreaves why.

The former University of Florida product would downplay the situation saying it was ultimately his decision to not participate.

Arians’ accountability sheet will undoubtedly include Hargreaves on it this week. After a pick-six in Week 1 and then making a goal line stop in Week 2, Hargreaves has not been the same since. And Sunday’s game doesn’t help.

How he finishes out the season will ultimately decide his future despite his fifth-year option being picked up.

Sours: https://www.bucsnation.com/2019/11/11/20959087/vernon-hargreaves-sealed-his-fate-with-the-buccaneers
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Vernon Hargreaves

American football player

Vernon Hargreaves III (born June 3, 1995) is an American footballcornerback for the Houston Texans of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Florida and was drafted 11th overall by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the 2016 NFL Draft.

Early years[edit]

Hargreaves attended Wharton High School in Tampa, Florida, where he played football. As a sophomore in 2010, he had 44 tackles, two sacks, and two interceptions. As a junior in 2011, he had 49 tackles and two interceptions, along with 11 offensive touchdowns. As a senior in 2012, he had 110 tackles and five interceptions. He was recognized as the most valuable player (MVP) of the 2013 Under Armour All-America Game.[1]

In addition to football, Hargreaves competed in track & field at Wharton. As a senior in 2012, he posted a personal-best time of 22.56 seconds in the 200-meter dash at the Hillsborough County National Division.[2] At the FHSAA District Meet, he placed fourth in the 100-meter dash (11.10 s), second in the long jump (22 ft 3+1⁄2 in or 6.79 m) and twelfth in the high jump (5 ft 10 in or 1.78 m).[3]

Regarded as a five-star recruit by Rivals.com, Hargreaves was ranked as the nation's best cornerback recruit and the second best player overall.[4]

College career[edit]

Hargreaves accepted an athletic scholarship to attend the University of Florida, where he has played for head coaches Will Muschamp and Jim McElwain's Florida Gators football teams in Southeastern Conference (SEC) competition in 2013, 2014, and 2015. As a true freshman in 2013, he started 10 of 12 games, recording 38 tackles and three interceptions, and received first-team All-SEC honors at the cornerback position.[5][6] As a sophomore, he played 12 games with three interceptions, 13 passes defended, and two fumble recoveries on 50 tackles. As a junior, he made four interceptions, a forced fumble, and four passes defended on 33 tackles in 12 games. After his junior year, he announced his intentions forgo his senior season and enter the 2016 NFL Draft.[7]


YearGamesTotal tacklesTackles for lossPasses defendedInterceptionsForced fumbles

Professional career[edit]

Hargreaves was projected to be a first round pick by NFL draft experts and scouts.[8] He was ranked the top cornerback prospect in the draft by DraftScout.com and NFL analyst Daniel Jeremiah, was ranked the second best cornerback in the draft by NFL analysts Mike Mayock, Lance Zierlein, and Bucky Brooks, and was ranked the second best defensive back in the draft by Sports Illustrated and NFL analyst Charles Davis.[9][10][11][12][13][14]

Tampa Bay Buccaneers[edit]


The Tampa Bay Buccaneers selected Hargreaves in the first round (11th overall) of the 2016 NFL Draft.[17][18] He was the third cornerback to be selected after Jalen Ramsey and Eli Apple and the first of seven Florida Gators in 2016.[19]

On May 6, 2016, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed Hargreaves to fully guaranteed four-year, $14.17 million contract that includes a signing bonus of $8.51 million.[20]

Throughout training camp, he participated in an open competition to name a starting cornerback against Brent Grimes, Johnthan Banks, Alterraun Verner, Jude Adjei-Barimah, and Joel Ross.[21] Head coach Dirk Koetter named Hargreaves the third cornerback on the depth chart, behind Brent Grimes and Alterraun Verner.[22]

He made his professional regular season debut and first career start in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' season-opener at the Atlanta Falcons and recorded two combined tackles during a 31–24 victory. He made his first career tackle on wide receiver Justin Hardy in the first quarter.[23] On October 30, 2016, Hargreaves collected a season-high eight solo tackles and two pass deflections during a 30–24 overtime loss to the Oakland Raiders in Week 8.[24] In Week 14, Hargreaves made three solo tackles, broke up a pass, and made his first career interception off a pass by Drew Brees in the Buccaneers' 16–11 victory against the New Orleans Saints.[25] He finished his rookie season with 76 combined tackles (68 solo), nine pass deflections, and an interception in 16 games and 16 starts.[26]


Head coach Dirk Koetter retained Grimes and Hargreaves as the starting cornerbacks to begin the 2017 regular season. On October 1, 2017, Hargreaves recorded a career-high nine solo tackles and deflected a pass during a 25–23 victory against the New York Giants in Week 4.[27] In Week 8, he tied his season-high of two pass deflections and recorded six combined tackles during a 17–3 loss to the Carolina Panthers.[27] On November 12, 2017, Hargreaves made three combined tackles before exiting the Buccaneers' 15–10 win against the New York Jets in the third quarter after sustaining a hamstring injury.[27] He was inactive for the next five games (Weeks 11–15) before the Buccaneers opted to place him on injured reserve on December 20, 2017.[28] He finished his second season with 42 combined tackles (37 solo) and five pass deflections in nine games and eight starts.[27]


In Week 1, Hargreaves recorded seven combined tackles, one pass defensed and forced a fumble that was recovered by Justin Evans and returned for a touchdown. He suffered a shoulder injury in the game and was placed on injured reserve on September 12, 2018.[29]


On April 24, 2019, the Buccaneers exercised the fifth-year option on Hargreaves contract.[30] In Week 1 against the San Francisco 49ers, Hargreaves intercepted Jimmy Garoppolo and returned it 15 yards for a touchdown in the 31–17 loss. In Week 2 against the Carolina Panthers, Hargreaves made 12 tackles, including making a pivotal stop during fourth down by pushing running back Christian McCaffrey out of bounds short of the first down marker in a 20–14 win.[31] After starting the first nine games of the season, Hargreaves was waived by the Buccaneers on November 12, 2019.[32][33]

Houston Texans[edit]

On November 13, 2019, Hargreaves was claimed off waivers by the Houston Texans.[34] He was released on February 14, 2020,[35] but re-signed with the Texans on April 6.[36]

In Week 9 of the 2020 season against the Jacksonville Jaguars, Hargreaves recorded his first interception as a Texan off a pass thrown by Jake Luton during the 27–25 win. [37]

On March 17, 2021, Hargreaves signed a contract extension with the Texans.[38]


In week one of the 2021 NFL season, Vernon Hargreaves intercepted rookie quarterbackTrevor Lawrence.


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Personal life[edit]

His father Vernon Hargreaves Jr. is a college football coach who won a national championship as the linebackers coach for the Miami Hurricanes in 2001.


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