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Elbert Mack

Initially, I set out to catalog the five hardest hitters in the history of the franchise — something I still might pursue later in the season.  But thanks to John Lynch, the prompt lacked surprise; he was the only eligible candidate for the list’s premier entry, setting standards that no other Buccaneer has come close […]

Free agent acquisition OLB Angelo Crowell has been lost for the year with a torn triceps. It is believed that the team will place Crowell on I.R., but by doing so he would be guaranteed $2 million dollars this season, not quite sure the ramification to the team and the salary cap should they workout […]

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Bucs’ Black & Mack shining through first week

by Roland Johnson on August 8, 2009

Maximizing one’s talent is exactly what the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are doing with outside linebacker Quincy Black.  Joe Barry, explained that Black will be an every down player in 09′ for a defense that will use his talents in a “hybrid” type role. “You’ve got to find a way to keep an explosive athlete like […]

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Injury Update: Winslow & Bryant nursing ankle injuries

by Roland Johnson on August 3, 2009

Two of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers most dangerous weapons on offense are nicked up with what head coach Raheem Morris, is describing as mild ankle injuries. Receiver Antonio Bryant sat out of practice, but rode the stationary bike. Also, tight end Kellen Winslow has a mild ankle injury and is day-to-day. Defensive tackle Greg Peterson […]

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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. […]