Mike Kafka has played four games in his four-year career, and he's thrown a total of 16 passes (with two interceptions!). He started off with the Eagles, and since then, he's seen time (though no actual playing time) with the Patriots and Jaguars, and though he worked out with the Cowboys earlier this month, he's actually got a new gig in Florida.

That's because the Buccaneers announced Monday they had signed Kafka to a contract.

It's hard to imagine Kafka having a real chance to win a job with the Buccaneers, even if the team and new coach Lovie Smith seem undecided about what to do with Mike Glennon. Besides, this rotoworld.com evaluation of the Kafka signing shouldn't make anybody feel confident: "Simply lacking NFL-caliber passing tools, Kafka will likely serve as a 'camp arm' before being waived prior to the season."