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“Filthy Five” – 5 Best Rookie Seasons in Bucs History

by Erik Sabol on October 5, 2011

Rookies thrive in Tampa Bay.  But the unfortunate reality is, sometimes sophomores don’t. For years, Buc fans have been taunted with lustrous rookie campaigns — David Greenwood‘s 1985, Errict Rhett‘s 1994, Arron Sears‘s 2007 — only to watch promising careers dissolve in the following seasons, be it by injury, apathy, or general misfortune. Here are the […]

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Cadillac Williams Called His Own Shot

by Staff Report on November 15, 2010

Well, if you listen to backup tight end John Gilmore, tell it. Cadillac Williams entered the huddle late in the fourth quarter and turned in a Bath Ruth like moment, by calling his own touchdown run.  The 28 year old 5-foot-11, 217-pound Williams, who has carried the football 92 times for 225 yards this season, […]

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RB Williams On Running Game: “We Need To Man Up As A Whole”

by Staff Report on September 23, 2010

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are averaging 3.3 yards per carry through two games on the ground. The offensive line which was considered a strength, of the team this off-season, has been inconsistent at best. However, the Bucs are 2-0 and offensive coordinator Greg Olson has shown a renewed commitment to stick with the run even […]

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Bucs RB Williams: “I’m Just An Afterthought”

by Staff Report on July 31, 2010

It would appear that after a so-so season in which Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Carnell Williams rushed for 823 yards and four touchdowns after returning to the gridiron from not one, but two devastating torn patellar tendon injuries, to show just how much heart and determination he has. He’s looking to self motivate by […]

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Bucs Showing Interest In Unga

by Staff Report on July 9, 2010

Former BYU running back, Harvey Unga, one of three eligible players for the NFL supplemental draft, which takes place on July 15th worked out for twenty-four teams Thursday. The Bucs who have shown some interest in Unga were in Provo, Utah. As their interest continues to mount; they got an up close look at Unga, […]

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State of the Buccaneers: Running Backs

by Staff Report on February 3, 2010

In the coming days, Bucs Central will address the different areas of the Buccaneers offense, defense and special teams by taking a look back on the 2009 campaign and looking forward to the 2010 offseason and beyond. From potential cap casualties, re-signings, free agent signings to draft picks, that could have quite a huge impact […]

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Finger Pointing Begins

by Staff Report on October 10, 2009

In a column penned by Anwar S. Richardson, of the Tampa Tribune. Deep within the bowels of One Buc Place, the finger pointing has begun. Not from one, but from two offensive players. Both Cadillac Williams an inspirational leader and Pro-bowler Davin Joseph have publicly voiced their displeasure over the teams 0-dash-4 start and have […]

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Williams’ Looking To Prove Critics Wrong

by Roland Johnson on September 19, 2009

The last time the Buffalo Bills faced running back Carnell “Cadillac” Williams, was in 2005, a 19-3 loss in Raymond James Stadium. In which Williams, pummeled their defense for 128 yards and one touchdown on 24 carries. Now the Bills face the daunting task of stopping a man on a mission, Williams who has been […]

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Good, Bad & The Ugly: Week 1

by Roland Johnson on September 13, 2009

Not many gave the Bucs a fighting chance against the Cowboys, but they hung around long enough to make the game interesting till the fourth quarter. Dropped passes, blown coverage and miscues on special teams ultimately did the team in. Good: Byron Leftwich – For as awful as Byron looked in the pre-season. He showed […]

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Cadillac Drives Three-Headed Running Attack

by Paul Mueller on September 9, 2009

The Buccaneers released their depth chart early this week, along with a game plan to use youth and depth to their advantage by routinely rotating players, particularly at running back. Cadillac Williams will lead the running attack, but that does not mean Derrick Ward and Earnest Graham will take a backseat. “We’re gonna work them […]

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Bucs’ Williams wont let injuries define his career

by Roland Johnson on August 31, 2009

Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Carnell “Cadillac” Williams, the one time rookie of the year, is not willing to let injuries define his career. Williams who spoke at length with Tom Balog, of the Herald-Tribune.com. “I’m not out to get payback or show anybody I’m back,” Williams said. “I’m just chasing something that I love […]

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Bucs Quotes: Half Time & Game

by Roland Johnson on August 28, 2009

HEAD COACH RAHEEM MORRIS (On the Bucs defense) “To see that happen, to see those guys kick in gear, to see that start to formulate around our team was positive. That was great. Another positive was that first team defense. They really got out there. They flew around. We had the lightning delay. We had […]

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Cadillac Williams the starter?

by Roland Johnson on August 28, 2009

Four running backs one football, during last nights telecast of the game, I found it quite amusing that the duo of Joe Buck & Troy Aikman who were calling the game for FOX, suggested that Raheem Morris and offensive coordinator Jeff Jagodzinski are pulling for oft-injured running back Cadillac Williams to secure the role as […]

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Morris, Bucs ushering in 2-2-1 system at running back

by Roland Johnson on August 26, 2009

Tampa Bay Buccaneers first year rookie head coach Raheem Morris, let the cat out of the bag when he spoke to the media Tuesday afternoon in regards to how exactly the team plans on playing a crowded backfield. He shed light on an extensive plan to use his arsenal of running backs in a 2-2-1 […]

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Reporting Day News & Notes

by Roland Johnson on August 1, 2009

Arron Sears was the lone no-show on reporting day, the Buccaneers have placed Sears’ on the reserve/did-not-report list.  Questions remain about the severity of the “personal and private” issues he is dealing with. If he is on the reserve / did-not-report list for the season, there would be ramifications as far as losing a year […]