From the monthly archives:

June 2009

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Bucs GM Dominik: Goal is to let Freeman sit

by Roland Johnson on June 28, 2009

Tampa Bay Buccaneers general manager Mark Dominik, in speaking with Rick Stroud, of the St.Pete Times was fourth coming with the plans for the team first round pick quarterback Josh Freeman. “The ultimate goal is to let Josh Freeman sit back and learn,” Dominik said Saturday. “I still think he’s a 21-year-old quarterback who came out […]

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Cadillac Williams could resume practicing

by Roland Johnson on June 28, 2009

Injured Tampa bay Buccaneers running back Carnell ” Cadillac” Williams according to a team report posted on Yahoo! Sports.com, could resume practicing as soon as August. The report assumes that more then likely Williams will be placed on the PUP(Physically Unable to Preform) list. Since the team will have to designed Williams on the PUP […]

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Thursday Roundup

by Roland Johnson on June 25, 2009

Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Donnie Abraham was named head football coach at Gibbs High School in St.Pete, FL. Abraham who was drafted by the Buccaneers in the third round of the 1996 draft, spent six season with the Bucs ending his Bucs career with 31 interceptions. Morris, wouldn’t be shocked to see Josh Freeman […]

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Bucs Mahan Restructures Contract

by Roland Johnson on June 25, 2009

In an attempt to better his chances at sticking with the Buccaneers this coming season G/C Sean Mahan has restructured his contract. Charlie Campbell & Scott Reynolds, of PewterReport.com are reporting that Mahan has in fact taken a pay cut from $3 million in base salary he was scheduled to earn as a part of […]

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Bucs News & Notes: Wednesday

by Roland Johnson on June 24, 2009

Tom Balog, of the  Herald-Tribune.com recently interviewed Buccaneers GM Mark Dominik while not as candid as the teams QB coach Greg Olson has been this off-season. Dominik does reveal he was the teams “Turk” or as he calls it the grim reaper. Tight end Kellen Winslow has been named the Honorary Race Official for the […]

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Bucs Clark looking to carve out niche’

by Roland Johnson on June 23, 2009

Bucs receiver Brian Clark could become vital to the teams success on third downs this fall. Tampa Bay Buccaneers second year receiver Brian Clark, is not a flashy player that tends to stand out in a crowd, he won’t wow you with a blazing forty time or invoke visions of Terrell Owens running through the […]

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Bucs ink two more from rookie class

by Roland Johnson on June 23, 2009

With my recent travels out of Iraq through Dubai, then on to the house to visit family, wireless connections were not stable enough for me to post any news over the last few days, so to get everyone caught up with out further ado. The Buccaneers have agreed to terms with two more rookies. Fourth […]

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Bucs agree to 4-year deal with Stroughter

by Roland Johnson on June 20, 2009

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have agreed to a 4-year deal with seventh round pick receiver Sammie Stroughter. Stroughter was the 233rd overall pick in the 2009 NFL Draft. He played collegiately at Oregon State, were he caught 164 passes for 2,653 yards and 14 touchdowns. To make room for Stroughter on the roster the Bucs […]

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Bucs offense a potential juggernaut

by Roland Johnson on June 18, 2009

Bucky Brooks, of NFL.com scribes that Tampa Bay Buccaneer fans might want to get accustomed to watching a prolific offense under the guidance of new offensive coordinator Jeff Jagodzinski. Typically you don’t hear juggernaut used as an adjective to describe anything related to the Bucs offense. But, Brooks is optimistic that with the weapons that […]

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Things are not what they appear at QB

by Roland Johnson on June 18, 2009

Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers signal caller Jeff Carlson, who runs America’s Best Quarterback attended Wednesdays mandatory mini camp. According to Carlson, who broke down all four quarterbacks in attendance.  Josh Freeman is the best QB on the roster, warming up in shorts, his throwing technique rivals the best in the league.  But he is still […]

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Michael Clayton vs Brandon Marshall

by Roland Johnson on June 18, 2009

With the recent trade demands by Denver Broncos receiver Brandon Marshall this week, many of the Tampa Bay Buccaneer faithful have expressed a desire for general manager Mark Dominik to offer the Broncos a first and third round pick in next years draft for what some consider to be an up echelon receiver in the […]

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Freeman, Morris & Dominik speak with the Big Dog

by Roland Johnson on June 17, 2009

Tampa Bay Buccaneers rookie quarterback Josh Freeman, Head Coach Raheem Morris & General Manager Mark Dominik ventured into un-chartered waters this afternoon when they joined Steve “Big Dog” Duemig on 620 WDAE The Sports Animal. Click on the tagged names to hear the indepth interviews with the Big Dog.

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Bucs Freeman pushing to become starter in 09′

by Roland Johnson on June 17, 2009

With veteran signal caller Byron Leftwich’s shaky outings, to this point in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers OTAs & mandatory mini camp the team has reevaluated there plan on rookie quarterback Josh Freeman for the upcoming season. Just days after quarterback’s coach Greg Olson said that the team had, had discussion about the direction they would […]

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Bucs News & Notes: Tuesday OTA

by Roland Johnson on June 16, 2009

No need to worry Buccaneer fans, starting middle linebacker Barrett Ruud showed for the team mandatory mini camp. Even though he is miffed at the lack of contract talks he arrived and participated in drills. Ruud has not ruled out the idea of holding out of training camp in the hopes of getting the team […]

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Bucs taking a look at veteran receivers

by Roland Johnson on June 15, 2009

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