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No Salary Cap Floor For 2011

by Roland Johnson on July 29, 2011

The belief that structuring a new CBA in such a way that teams would be required to spend actual cash in a given year instead of manipulated salary numbers as a means to reach a threshold, in this case the salary cap floor, has been repeatedly reported as 89% in actual cash payouts, does not […]

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Bucs Resign Davin Joseph & Jeremy Trueblood

by Roland Johnson on July 28, 2011

JP Peterson, of 1010am CBS Sports Radio is reporting the Bucs have agreed in principle with G Davin Joseph and T Jeremy Trueblood. Both Joseph and Trueblood meet with Mark Dominik, Raheem Morris, new offensive line coach Pat Morris, offensive coordinator Greg Olson and quarterback Josh Freeman last night, at a swanky downtown Tampa restaurant. […]

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Bucs Sign 7th Round Pick Anthony Gaitor

by Roland Johnson on July 28, 2011

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have agreed to terms with former FIU CB Anthony Gaitor, the 222nd overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft. A four-year starter and three-time All-Conference selection, Gaitor is a corner with decent ball skills. During the pre-draft process, NFL Network’s Mike Mayock and Charles Davis both loved his game tape. Gaitor […]

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Bucs Close To Resigning Black, Set To Wine and Dine Joseph

by Roland Johnson on July 27, 2011

Bucs general manager Mark Dominik has stressed all off-season the importance of signing the teams own free agents and yesterday, during his State of the Union address at one Buc Place, he told members of the local pen and mic club that the team “We’ll be taking our own players out to dinner.” Now comes […]

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James Lee Talks Football, Charity.

by Blake Hasenzahl on July 19, 2011

We all love to see LeGarrette Blount hurdle defenders, Mike Williams leap over the entire secondary and watch Josh Freeman’s air attack. However, none of that is possible without a solid front. When Jeremy Trueblood went down in week seven, third year player James Lee stepped in at right tackle — and never stepped out. […]

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Bucs News Roundup: Joseph “I’ll Be Back In Tampa”

by Roland Johnson on July 14, 2011

Free agent to be, right guard Davin Joseph, who appeared on the Ron and Ian show on WDAE 620 The Sports Animal yesterday morning eluded to the fact that from everything he’s been hearing, that most likely he’ll be back in Tampa. It’s not a surprise, as the team has been steadfast in their desire […]

So how bad was the Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive line in 2009? Well, according to resident Pro Football Focus offensive line junkie Neil Hornsby , there was only one team worse in ’09, then the Bucs, that team was none other then the Oakland Raiders. Hornsby graded each offensive line on a number of different […]

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Davin Joseph Talks About Being A Single Father

by Staff Report on June 20, 2010

In today’s society most young professional athletes are stereotyped with the stigma that they lack  parental responsibilities. But Tampa Bay Buccaneers starting right guard Davin Joseph has taken an unusual approach to parenthood. Joseph, 26, is a single father of a 6-year-old son. Article on starting right guard Davin Joseph: Bucs’ Joseph glad he fought […]

The much maligned offensive line, of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers has been heavily criticized of late for failing to live up to the vaunted expectations that comes with having so many high draft picks and resources spent on it. Many thought the 2009 season was going to be the coming out party sort of speak, […]

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Grading The Bucs Offensive Line

by Staff Report on January 15, 2010

The popular perception among fans, media pundits and TV analyst  – and it’s one that I shared – is that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive line at the beginning of the 2009 season was a strength of the team. However, they under preformed as a unit throughout the season, struggling mightily as the season wore […]

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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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Bucs’ Joseph More Hype Then Substance

by Roland Johnson on September 20, 2009

Davin Joseph is arguably considered the Bucs best offensive lineman, presumably based on hype and the fact he made the Probowl last season as an alternate. But by scratching below the surface one comes to a much different conclusion. One that might startle some fans, so much so that it could be argued Joseph has […]

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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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Sears absence a private matter

by Roland Johnson on June 4, 2009

With speculation swirling about the mental health of starting left guard Arron Sears in full swing, Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Raheem Morris did little to clarify the true nature of Sears MIA status this off-season. Instead, Morris told media that Sears is dealing with a personal matter and that it would remain a private […]

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Penn & Trueblood main problem with Bucs offensive line

by Roland Johnson on May 16, 2009

Just how bad have the starting tackles of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers played the past few seasons? Bad enough the team decided to change from a man blocking scheme to a zone blocking scheme. Donald Penn & Jeremy Trueblood have started a combined 73 games since 2006, but have garnered notaritity for their inability to […]