From the monthly archives:

February 2012

Posted in NFL Draft,Opinion

Why the Bucs should draft OT Matt Kalil

by James LoPresti on February 29, 2012

The NFL combine is now underway and I can already hear Bucs fans clamoring for GM Mark Dominik to draft Alabama running back Trent Richardson, Oklahoma State wide receiver Justin Blackmon, or Louisiana State cornerback Morris Claiborne. The Bucs currently hold the 5th pick in April’s draft, and it is expected that at least one […]

Posted in General News

Bucs Still Searching For A Few Good Assistants

by Roland Johnson on February 17, 2012

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have yet to fill out Head Coach Greg Schiano’s coaching staff and are in the process of conducting interviews for Defensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks coach, Offensive Line coach, Special Teams coach and Running backs coach. According to FootballScoop.com Schiano offered the Bucs vacant defensive coordinator job to Dolphins special teams’ coordinator Darren […]

Posted in General News

Bucs Release Albert Haynesworth

by James LoPresti on February 15, 2012

Well, that was short-lived. The Bucs announced today that they have released veteran defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth after just seven games with the team. After being claimed off waivers from New England, Haynesworth started six games and recorded 23 tackles. By cutting him, the Bucs free up $7.2 million worth of cap space which can […]

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Bucs Could Have $70 Million In Cap Space For 2012

by Staff Report on February 15, 2012

There has been widespread speculation that the Bucs could have upwards of $60 million, when the new NFL league year begins and the bell rings to usher in free agency on 13 March 2012. It has been reported by both John Clayton, of ESPN.com and Profootballtalk.com that the Bucs have between $23.5 and $25.5 million […]

Posted in General News,Opinion

Bucs Hire Mike Sullivan To Run Offense

by James LoPresti on February 14, 2012

Mike Sullivan was a catalyst for Eli Manning’s transformation from an average quarterback into an “ELIte” one. Now let’s see what he can do with Josh Freeman – a bigger, faster, more mobile version of the Super Bowl-winning quarterback. Sullivan, who spent six years as the New York Giants wide receivers coach, and the past […]

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Buccaneers Coaching Hierarchy

by Roland Johnson on February 13, 2012

It’s been secretive to say the least, but based on what little news has trickled out since the team announced that former Rutgers head coach Greg Schiano would become the teams 9th head coach in the franchise’s history. What we do know is that Schiano has taken a page out of Patriots head coach Bill […]