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Friday Headlines:Graham Happy With Role As FB

Taking a quick trip around the internet this morning reveals quite a few interesting headlines in the category of news worthy Bucs related items. From main stream media giants like ESPN and Profootballtalk.com to smaller news outlets such as the Herald Tribune, we got you the fan covered. No need to do a google search as we have taken the leg work out of it for you.

Seldom used running back, turned fullback Earnest Graham seems to think his role might change a little bit in the future, but is happy with it. Even though he went from being the teams bell-cow in 2007 and 2008 to just an after thought in 2009.

Former defensive tackle Charlie Brown who played for the Bucs from 1984-1986 is a finalists for the Mississippi Valley State head football coaching job.

Backup quarterback Byron Leftwich, who is due a $3.5 million dollar roster bonus in March if he remains with the team, would like to continue to mentor Josh Freeman.

Veteran center Jeff Faine, who can opt out of his contract. Has faith in Raheem Morris and offensive coordinator Greg Olson that they can get the job done, but also feels like the reason Morris has retained his job to this point is becuase of Josh  Freeman.

ESPN South blogger Pat Yasinskas, takes an early look at the 2010 strength of schedule for all 32 teams.

Tampa area cartoonist Lamar Sparkman the originator of the old Bucco Bruce logo passes away at 88.


Tony Pauline, of TFYdraft.com is keeping tabs on prospects who have been invited to the NFL scouting combine.

Scott Reynolds, of PewterReport.com is tracking underclassmen who have declared for the 2010 NFL Draft.

Here’s a link to players who have been invited to play in this years Senior Bowl.


Andrew Brandt, of the National Football Post has the top NFL business stories to keep an eye on this off-season and heading into the 2010 season.

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