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Bryon Leftwich

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Positional Breakdown: Quarterbacks

by Roland Johnson on May 10, 2009

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers under the guidance of Mark Dominik & Raheem Morris have been collecting arms this off-season, in the hopes that one can be the future. The re-signing of Luke McCown prior to free agency was a clear sign that the new brain trust wanted to see for sure one way or the […]

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Morris: Freeman misspoke about Leftwhich”Smokescreen”

by Roland Johnson on April 27, 2009

Raheem Morris was asked point blank about the quote from Josh Freeman after he was drafted in which, Freeman stated, that the Leftwich signing was nothing more then a smokescreen, to mask the teams true interest in him. Morris indicated that he talked to Josh Freeman about it, and ultimately gave him his first lesson […]

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Leftwich contract details

by Roland Johnson on April 13, 2009

John Clayton, of ESPN.com is reporting the two year deal is worth $7.5 million. The contract calls for a $2.0 million dollar salary in 2009 along with a $3.5 million dollar roster bonus to be paid at the start of free agency in 2010 and brings his cap charge to $5.5 million. Basically, the deal […]

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Griese’s future in doubt with Bucs

by Roland Johnson on April 12, 2009

Steve Wyche, of NFL.com is specualting that the signing of Bryon Leftwich puts the future of Brian Griese in doubt. With the team maintaining this off-season that they want to bring four quarterbacks to training camp it is highly unlikely that they would axe Griese unless they draft a quarterback in the first round. Which […]

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Bucs agree to terms with Leftwich

by Roland Johnson on April 12, 2009

Michael Smith, of ESPN.com is reporting the Buccaneers & free agent quarterback Bryon Leftwich have agreed to a two year deal. The Bucs have stated all along they wanted to add a fourth quarterback before camp and there was a school of thought that they might be interested in drafting Josh Freeman at No. 19. […]