Carl Nassib, NFL's 1st active player to come out as gay, set to rejoin Bucs
With the 2022 season beginning less than a month away
Carl Nassib made history by becoming the league's first active openly gay player
the Las Vegas Raiders dismissed the 29-year-old. He had 21 total tackles while playing 13 games for the Raiders, recording 1.5 sacks.
He also played with the Raiders in 2020, recording 28 total tackles, 2.5 sacks, and his only career interception.
Nassib's second tenure with the team would be if he joined the Buccaneers.
He spent both 2018 and 2019 with Tampa Bay. He had 63 total tackles and 12.5 sacks for them in 29 games.
Nassib, a Penn State player, was taken by the Cleveland Browns in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft.
Nassib made history when he came out as gay to the world.
He claimed to have a "Great relationship" with his Raiders teammates during an appearance with "Good Morning America" in July.