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Connor Barth

Eight years is a long time between victories on Monday night, and even though Hank Williams and his rowdy friends couldn’t make the trip, it was as memorable a victory as Tampa’s had in a long while.  Sold out stadium, prime time football, and some unfinished business from early 2003. The Good It’s wasn’t pretty, […]

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Good, Bad & The Ugly: Bucs @ Vikings

by Erik Sabol on September 18, 2011

The Good The Buccaneers had several players step up after an anemic first half — notably Josh Freeman, who added another fourth-quarter victory and game-winning drive to his résumé — but the standout was Preston Parker. The second-year receiver out of North Alabama sparked the offense to life, catching passes, returning kicks, and making key […]

Fantasy football has become a religion. Not the kind where people go to a place of worship just on the holidays, but an every-week commitment. Rather than studying bible verses, we study cheat sheets, expert mock drafts, and player projections. We make friends with leaders in the league in hopes they will be late-season trade […]

The Bucs have placed second-round  qualifying tenders on kicker Connor Barth and tackle James Lee, based on documents we have obtained. The likelihood of either player being signed to an offer sheet from one of the NFL’s 31 other clubs, seems unlikely at best, but stranger things have happened. Barth, who spoke with Stephen Holder […]

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Good, Bad & The Ugly: Week 14 Redskins

by Staff Report on December 12, 2010

On the road, under the rain soaked skies at RFK Stadium, behind a porous first half defense and a sub par offense the Tampa Bay Buccaneers managed to right the ship in the second half. Trailing most of the game, second year quarterback Josh Freeman managed to bring the Bucs back late in the fourth […]

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Spurlock’s Catch Could Ignite Controversy Over Catch Rule?

by Staff Report on October 11, 2010

Micheal Spurlock’s toe tapping sideline catch, late in the fourth quarter, of an almost improbable come from behind win for the Bucs against the defending AFC North champs, Cincinnati Bengals. Has former Bucs beat writer Don Banks, now of confused, so much so, that as he see’s it, the “PHANTOM” catch will surely reignite […]

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Bucs’ Sign Mickens, Barth Release McCauley and Andrus

by Staff Report on November 3, 2009

The Buccaneers continue to shuffle their roster, by announcing today that they have signed CB Mike Mickens from the Dallas Cowboys practice squad, and kicker Connor Barth to make room for Mickens and Barth the team released CB Marcus McCauley and K Shane Andrus. Mickens, 23, entered the league with the Cowboys as a seventh-round […]