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Jevan Snead

In a league driven by veteran quarterbacks. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers as a franchise has decided to roll with a bunch of youngins’ under center. The fact that general manager Mark Dominik didn’t feel the need to add a veteran presence to the stable of arms this off-season, has only exasperated the fan base. However, […]

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Olson: “Johnson Entrenched As No. 2 At The Moment”

by Staff Report on June 1, 2010

Thus far through the off-season there has been plenty of interesting twist and turns with regards to players positioning themselves in reserve roles. Most notably at the quarterback position for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, where offensive coordinator Greg Olson proclaimed that third year pro Josh Johnson was on equal footing with undrafted rookie free agent […]

In the third edition of Four Downs, the staff at Bucs Central takes a look at several pressing topics surrounding the Tampa Bay Buccaneers including the development of Josh Freeman. Issues concerning the lack of experienced depth on the offensive line. The contract dispute between Donald Penn and the Bucs, along with which undrafted rookie […]

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Snead: “I’m Not Scared To Compete”

by Staff Report on May 11, 2010

Currently Jevan Snead sits at the bottom of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers depth chart. Blessed with prototypical size and a live arm. He came under scrutiny during the pre-draft process, for a perceived lack of competitiveness. The scuttle steams from his exiting the University of Texas football program rather then battle Colt McCoy. After transferring […]