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Injuries continue to mount

by Roland Johnson on August 7, 2009

The Buccaneers currently have more then a half dozen players on the walking wounded list, which includes wide receiver Michael Clayton (hamstring), WR Justin Filani (hamstring), WR Kelly Campbell (quad), center Jeff Faine (groin), running back Derrick Ward (foot), linebacker Angelo Crowell (hamstring) and kicker Matt Bryant (leg) are either listed as day to day […]

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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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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 […]

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Bucs sign Freeman

by Roland Johnson on July 30, 2009

No need to fret over a holdout, the Buccaneers have just signed the 17th overall pick in the draft Josh Freeman to a  five-year deal worth $26 million with incentives that could make the deal worth $36 million. Included in the deal is $10.245 million in guarantees. John Clayton, of ESPN.com broke the news just […]

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Bucs DT Moore took playing for granted

by Roland Johnson on May 3, 2009

Following up on yesterdays post about Raheem Morris wanting to count on Dre Moore, but isn’t ready to put his eggs in Moores’ basket just yet, Moore confirms, what the rest of us fanatics have already thought, that he indeed did drop the ball last season when given a chance to compete for an active […]

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Greg Peterson The Dark Horse

by Roland Johnson on March 14, 2009

A dark horse candidate could emerge at the defensive tackle position this coming season, With the team in search of bigger bodies for  the interior of the defensive line, it would not surprise this observer to see a player like Greg Peterson, 25, and 6’5 290 pounds when the Bucs drafted him in the fifth […]