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Wednesday Roundup: Bucs News & Notes

by Roland Johnson on June 3, 2009

Former Buccaneer Pro-bowler John Lynch is returning home to where his career started. Lynch who played fifteen season in the NFL, will be the color analyst for Bucs preseason telecasts on WFLA-TV this season.

It seems the early theme around the world wide web today was former players returning home or wanting to come home. Uber agent Drew Rosenhaus has reached out to the Buccaneers about re-signing Michael Pittman.

Often injured fullback B.J Aksew could careless about stats, but is looking for a return to health after several injuries have derailed the past two season for a player that is regarded as one of the better blocking backs in the league.

SportingNews.com, has ranked the defensive coordinators in the NFL. In a surprise they have Jim Bates ranked number four even though he was out of football for a year.

Second year corner Elbert Mack is making a strong case for the nickle back job. Defensive Coordinato Jim Bates said Macks currently is in the lead over Torrie Cox & Kyle Arrington.

Bucs looking to imporve depth along defensive line. Todd Wash is looking to get the young players more reps in the hopes that someone can step up.

Running backs coach Steve Logan talks about the crowded Bucs backfield.

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