Finally, the Buccaneers placed the right-of-first-refusal tender on 6-9, 315-pound offensive tackle DeMar Dotson, a player that is well-liked within the organizational ranks. Tampa would not receive draft pick compensation if Dotson is signed by another team. According to Yasinskas, the tender is expected to be valued at $1.26 million. -- A former basketball player at Southern Miss, Dotson played one season at defensive tackle and served as a backup right tackle last season. The 6-9, 315-pounder doesn’t have any tangible NFL experience to lean on if called upon to protect quarterback Josh Freeman. That means he won’t be called upon to protect Freeman, not when they’re keeping score for real, anyway. "At McDonald's, if all you can do is work the grill, if you got somebody who can work the grill and the tables, you lose your job," Dotson said. "That's all I'm trying to do, come out here and be more flexible in whatever they ask me to do, whether it's right tackle, left tackle, backup, starting, tight end, whatever." link to article --- A 2009 Undrafted Free Agent from Southern Miss. Started week 17 at RT for the Bucs against the Falcons, allowed two QB pressures on 58 snaps. Demar also played blocking TE on the Right side in 8 games last season.