Bucs promote Lewis
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers promoted cornerback LaQuan Lewis from the practice squad to the 53-man roster and released cornerback Brandon McDonald.
Lewis entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent with Tennessee last year. He appeared in one game with Tampa Bay and three with Dallas this season. McDonald was cut after appearing in eight games this season.
The Bucs also announced that tight end LaMark Brown was signed to the practice squad.
More player moves
The Arizona Cardinals lost starting outside linebacker O’Brien Schofield for the season with an injured left ankle. Schofield was injured in Sunday’s 31-17 loss at Green Bay. Initially, it was thought it probably was only a sprain but further examination uncovered ligament damage that requires surgery. … The Tennessee Titans decided to keep safety Markelle Martin on the physically unable to perform list for the rest of the season and waived defensive end Pannel Egboh. … Veteran cornerback Terrence McGee was placed on season-ending injured reserve and receiver Marcus Easley promoted to the active roster by the Buffalo Bills. The Bills also placed right tackle Erik Pears (hip/groin) on injured reserve and released rookie kicker John Potter. … The Atlanta Falcons placed offensive guard Garrett Reynolds on injured reserve with a lower back injury and signed guard PhillipKeith Manley to the active roster. … The Oakland Raiders added linebacker Aaron Curry to the team’s active roster. Curry was taken off the physically unable to perform list. Linebacker Vic So’oto was waived to make room on the 53-man roster.
Boston pleads guilty
Former Ohio State and NFL wide receiver David Boston could face nearly three years in prison for punching a woman last year. Palm Beach County prosecutors say the 34-year-old Boston pleaded guilty Monday in West Palm Beach, Fla., to aggravated battery. He faces up to 35 months in prison at a Dec. 7 hearing.
Boston was a star at Ohio State and went to the Pro Bowl with the Arizona Cardinals in 2001. He also played for the San Diego Chargers and then the Miami Dolphins before injuries and legal problems ended his career.