From the monthly archives:

May 2011

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Bucs DT Price Recovering, Excited About New Line Mates

by Staff Report on May 10, 2011

Second year defensive tackle Brian Price, one of two second round picks of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers a year ago is recovering from a pelvis fracture that landed him on injured reserve five games in to his rookie season. An injury he sustained getting ready for the NFL combine, Price played through the pain, which […]

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No Decision On Talib, Just Yet

by Staff Report on May 1, 2011

Last week Rick Stroud of the St. Petersburg Times reported that talented, yet often troubled cornerback Aqib Talib is all but gone, once the NFL’s labor strife lifted. Well it might be time for Stroud to pump the breaks on such non-sourced assumptions. During the draft this weekend, Adam Schefer of Espn.com reported that the […]

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Ahmad Black: “I’m A Football Player”

by Staff Report on May 1, 2011

Everyone already knows by now that knock on Ahmad Black, the newest safety of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. It’s that he doesn’t have that prototypical size or blazing speed that many covet when evaluating safeties. But what Black does have is football smarts, instincts and an overabundance of heart. The old adage is never judge […]

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2011 NFL Draft Grade: What The Experts Are Saying

by Staff Report on May 1, 2011

Now that the curtain has fallen on the 2011 NFL Draft. Everyone and their mother will grade the Tampa Bay Buccaneers draft class and every other teams draft for that matter. By assigning a letter grade, which is utterly preposterous to say the least. What are they actually grading! Its not like the players have […]

After listening to all the pundits express doubts about his surgically repaired knee, Da’Quan Bowers watched as he repeatedly was passed over, before eventually being selected by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the second round. He was regarded as the top defensive end prospect entering the pre-draft process, but many teams felt the risk was […]