Carolina released DePaola on Friday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
DePaola appeared in one game for Oakland last season before missing the rest of the campaign with a torn ACL. The 32-year-old is now free to pursue other opportunities in the league.
DePaola (knee) played seven snaps on special teams during Thursday's 33-26 preseason win over the Cardinals.
DePaola is coming off a torn ACL that cost him the majority of the 2018 season, and appears back to full health. He projects to serve as Oakland's top long snapper.
DePaola (knee - ACL) was placed on injured reserve Wednesday, Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.
DePaola suffered a torn ACL during Monday's season-opener against the Rams. The non-contact injury occurred during punt coverage, ending the 31-year-old long snapper's season. The Raiders are expected to sign rookie Trent Sieg as a replacement long snapper in the coming days.
DePaola is believed to have torn the ACL in his right knee during Monday's game against the Rams, Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.
DePaola's torn ACL was a non-contact injury he suffered during punt coverage, and now the Raiders will be on the search for a new long snapper with his season now over. The team is expected to workout Andrew East to potentially serve as DePaola's replacement.
DePaola has been ruled out for the remainder of Monday's game against the Rams with a knee injury, Matt Schneidman of The Mercury News reports.
DePaola is the Raiders' sole long snapper, so his absence should make for an interesting dilemma. According to Schneidman, tight end Lee Smith and offensive lineman Jon Feliciano are the likely candidates to take over DePaola's role.
DePaola was released by the Bucs on Friday, Scott Smith of the team's official site reports.
DePaolo is a vested veteran who isn't subject to the waiver wire. Thus, he's immediately eligible to sign with another team.
DePaola (knee) signed with the Bucs on Tuesday, Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
DePaola will compete for long-snapping duties with Garrison Sanborn, but it'll be intersting to see if he's going to be healthy enough for Week 1 since he's currently recovering from an ACL tear.
DePaola (knee) is unlikely to be healthy for the start of the 2017 season, the Tampa Bay Times reports.
DePaola, who was one of the Buccaneers' restricted free agents, tore an ACL in Week 17 and did not receive a tender this offseason, presumably due to his current health concerns. Instead, the team signed longtime Bills long snapper Garrison Sanborn to take his place. While it appears DePaola's time in Tampa Bay is over, the soon-to-be 30-year-old could resurface elsewhere when he returns to full health.
DePaola tore his ACL during the Buccaneers' season finale Sunday against the Panthers, ESPN reports.
DePaola, the Bucs' long snapper, will likely miss summer OTAs and isn't certain to be ready in time for start of the 2017 season.
The Buccaneers re-signed long-snapper Andrew DePaola and waived cornerback Anthony Gaitor, the team announced.