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Morris: Treublood Starter at RT

by Roland Johnson on August 1, 2011

Even though RT James Lee finished the 2010 season as the Buccaneers starting right tackle, Raheem Morris has anointed recently re-signed RT Jeremy Trueblood the teams starter heading into 2011 reports Rick Stroud, of the St. Petersburg Times via his twitter feed. What was supposed to be one of the more hotly contested training camp […]

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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Early Storylines From Bucs Training Camp

by Staff Report on August 4, 2010

Veteran right tackle, Jeremy Trueblood who under achieved, at times last season has been the most consistent offensive lineman through the teams first five days of practice. Trueblood who could be an unrestricted free agent after the 2010 season depending on if the players and owners can come to an accord on a new Collective […]

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Trueblood’s Stay In the Clink, Much About Nothing

by Staff Report on July 7, 2010

Sure, we read the reports that Bucs starting right tackle Jeremy Trueblood was held in the Hancock County Jail after police in Greenfield, Ind. said he and another man riding in a car driven by Trueblood’s mother allegedly became “belligerent” and “uncooperative” during a traffic stop, Tuesday evening. Trueblood, 27, was held for 13-hours on […]

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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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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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 […]

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Several Bucs receive bonuses

by Roland Johnson on March 19, 2009

Stephen Holder, of the St.Pete Times, is reporting several members of the 2008 Tampa Bay Buccaneers received bonuses based on there level of success on the field in 2008. Among those players who received bonuses were LT Donald Penn $310,919 through the so-called performance-based pay system which rewards lesser paid players who perform above what […]