Siliga re-signed with the Buccaneers on Saturday on a one-year contract. A November pickup by the Bucs last season, Siliga brought some additional size to the team's defensive line last season. However, he saw limited action over six games with the club, notching just five tackles (three solo) and one sack. He will likely return to a similar role with Tampa Bay in 2017.
Siliga (calf) posted two tackles, including one sack, in Sunday's 26-20 loss to the Cowboys. The stalwart tackle shook off a calf injury to effectively fulfill his rotational lineman role. Siliga's sack of Dak Prescott was his first of the season, and he continues to serve as a solid run-stopping presence during his typically modest allotment of playing time.
Siliga (calf) is active for Sunday's contest against the Cowboys. Siliga was expected to play after practicing in full during the week. He'll provide depth behind starters Gerald McCoy and Clinton McDonald.
Siliga (calf) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Cowboys. Siliga was able to practice in full Friday and isn't expected to be limited come Sunday. He'll be expected to provide depth along the defensive front once again.
Siliga (calf) was limited in Thursday's practice, Jenna Laine of ESPN.com reports. The fifth-year pro logged two tackles (one solo) in Week 14 versus the Saints, and has notched three stops overall in three games with the Bucs. While his role as a rotational tackle renders his potential absence tolerable, the team's depth would naturally take a slight hit if he is sidelined.