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Penn Getting Education From Rookie

by Roland Johnson on August 5, 2011

Starting left tackle Donald Penn who was looking forward to nurturing Tampa Bay Buccaneers first round pick, defensive end Adrian Clayborn was said to have been working harder then he’s every worked before in practice. Penn who arrived at camp in the best shape he’s been since becoming a starter for the Bucs has had […]

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Buccaneers Re-Sign DE Crowder To Two-Year Deal

by Staff Report on August 5, 2011

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced today that they have re-signed DE Tim Crowder to a two-year contract. The team also announced they signed free agent QB Jonathan Crompton and undrafted free agent K Jacob Rogers (Cincinnati) and waived T Quintin Borders, K Josh Jasper and DT Doug Worthington. Crowder, a fifth-year veteran who has played […]

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Briscoe Challenging For Serious Playing Time

by Staff Report on August 5, 2011

Second year Bucs wideout Dezmon Briscoe bounced a round a bit as a rookie, after being drafted in the sixth round by the Cincinnati Bengals – then getting cut during the final days of camp in 2010. He was added to the Bucs practice squad under the guarantee he would be paid like he was […]

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Bucs Others Expecting Big Things From Freeman

by Roland Johnson on August 5, 2011

There’s plenty of reason’s that many want to anoint third year quarterback,  Josh Freeman as an elite player and mention him in the same breathe with some of the games current greats.  For starters Freeman has 7 fourth quarter come-from-behind wins under his belt in only 25 starts. He finished the 2010 season on a […]

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Millard Sees A Hint Of Reggie White In Da’Quan Bowers

by Roland Johnson on August 4, 2011

The Bucs newest star might not even be a player; it might just be a coach. Keith Millard, who’s quickly becoming known for his rapid-fire takes and quote-ability around the Bay area sat down for an interview Thursday with the Ron and Ian Show on WDAE-AM 620, The Sports Animal. Millard who’s a very engaging, […]

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Free Agency “Never” In The Bucs Plans

by Roland Johnson on August 3, 2011

Many fans will chide the owners of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, for being cheap. Some have even affectionately given them there very own nickname, as you can find fans commonly referring to the Glazer’s, as the Glazerhouses, a reference to the late, former Bucs owner Hugh Culverhouse, who was best known for his penny pinching […]

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Clayborn’s Deal Has Other Front Offices Cursing Dominik

by Roland Johnson on August 3, 2011

When Mark Dominik signed Adrian Clayborn, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers first round pick. He was the first rookie to sign under the newly bargained CBA. Now, many front offices around the NFL are cursing Dominik and the Bucs for setting a precedent, that could last the length of the CBA reports Andrew Brandt, of the […]

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LeGarrette Blount: One Back Sets

by Staff Report on August 3, 2011

Even though the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are currently looking for a running back to step up and be the teams third down back, a spot vacated by Carnell Williams, who’s close to signing a deal with the St. Louis Rams. Don’t look for the team to carry two true fullbacks with the versatility of both […]

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Millard: On Roy Miller “He’s A Pitbull”

by Roland Johnson on August 2, 2011

Over the past two NFL drafts the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have spent four premium picks on the defensive line; two first rounders and two second rounders on defensive tackles and defensive ends. But the player that’s been with the team the longest is undervalued and under appreciated defensive tackle Roy Miller. Miller, 24, a former […]

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Foster Wanted To Wear The Double Nickel

by Roland Johnson on August 2, 2011

Third round pick Mason Foster, a 6-foot-1, 241-pound tackling machine who idolized Derrick Brooks growing up asked general manager Mark Dominik if he could talk to the future Hall of Famer and the franchises all-time leading tackler about wearing the number 55, even though he knew it was a long shot, Foster held out hope, […]

Tampa Bay Buccaneers receiver Mike Williams burst onto the scene during his rookie season almost immediately – in his first game, the Buffalo native made a spectacular catch in the back of the endzone against the Browns. Throughout his rookie season he continued to dazzle. After being drafted with the 101st overall pick of the […]

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Training Camp: Day 4 Update

by Staff Report on August 1, 2011

With the team practicing in pads for the first time, this training camp, it was the moment most fans waited for. A chance to see, just how rusty the team was after an extended layoff, but more then anything this is where the rubber meets the road for some. It was a chance to separate […]

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Morris: Treublood Starter at RT

by Roland Johnson on August 1, 2011

Even though RT James Lee finished the 2010 season as the Buccaneers starting right tackle, Raheem Morris has anointed recently re-signed RT Jeremy Trueblood the teams starter heading into 2011 reports Rick Stroud, of the St. Petersburg Times via his twitter feed. What was supposed to be one of the more hotly contested training camp […]

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Balog: “Rah Betrayed Ruud”

by Roland Johnson on August 1, 2011

Buried in a self loathing article about how Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Raheem Morris supposedly betrayed former middle linebacker Barrett Ruud, Tom Balog of the Sarasota Herald-Tribune pulls out all the stops in his attempt of character assassination as he calls Morris’ integrity into question.  There’s a cold hard lesson that every Buccaneer player […]

New Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive line coach Keith Millard was off limits to talk to the local pen and mic club during the lockout, but since training camp opened he’s been quoted in the local papers and featured on sports talk radio shows discussing the players he’s inherited and his new pupils that were drafted. […]