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Brian Price to start Sunday at Vikings

by Erik Sabol on September 15, 2011

Says head coach Raheem Morris: “We’ll still use our normal rotation because I want to keep those guys fresh, and I want those guys to have the ability to be strong and be tough and fight as a unit. But [Price has] certainly earned the ability to go out there and play first.” Rick Stroud […]

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Millard: On Roy Miller “He’s A Pitbull”

by Roland Johnson on August 2, 2011

Over the past two NFL drafts the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have spent four premium picks on the defensive line; two first rounders and two second rounders on defensive tackles and defensive ends. But the player that’s been with the team the longest is undervalued and under appreciated defensive tackle Roy Miller. Miller, 24, a former […]

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Wednesday News Round-up

by Staff Report on October 13, 2010

The initial prognosis for when center Jeff Faine would return was generalized as “several weeks” after he suffered a torn quadriceps muscle in his right leg against the Bengals, in the second quarter of a Bucs 24-21 come from behind win. Well finally, the actual length for his recovery timetable has been revealed as 4-6 […]

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Bucs Coach Challenges D-Lines Manhood

by Staff Report on October 8, 2010

Through three games the pass rush from the Buccaneers front four has been erratic at best. Boasting one sack every 28 times an opposing quarterback drops back to pass seems respectable at first glance, but it doesn’t begin to tell the whole story. In two of the three games, thus far this season, the Bucs […]

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History Of Jersey Number 93

by Staff Report on June 1, 2010

From 1976 -1986 the jersey number 93 never surfaced in a regular season game on a defensive player, for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. A span of eleven years went by before the number 93 was ever worn.  However, the first player ever to dun number 93 was tight end Mark Witte an 11th round draft […]

Former Texas Longhorn and current Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive tackle Roy Miller was a significant contributor as a rotational player last season, but could be on the cusp of becoming a starter in 2010. The 22-year old, 6-foot-2, 310-pound Miller is entering his second season with the Bucs. He was part of the rotation at […]

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Open Locker Room Quotes: Week 17

by Staff Report on December 30, 2009

After practice today, several of the Tampa Bay Buccaneer players spoke with members of the media. The future of the Franchise and rookie signal caller Josh Freeman talked about what he has learned this season…whether or not he thinks the team is what they have shown the past couple of weeks. Rookie defensive tackle Roy […]

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Bucs see early returns with new defensive scheme

by Roland Johnson on September 7, 2009

Just how effective will the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defense be in 2009, you ask? Well if pre-season is an early indicator, fans need not fret over the new scheme under defensive coordinator Jim Bates. The team is giving up 3.30 yards per carry,as a whole, but based on the numbers the right side consisting of […]

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Dexter Jackson released. Thank God!!

by Lee C on August 31, 2009

I’m sure that no one is too surprised to hear the announcement that last year’s 2nd round draft pick, WR (and I use that term only because I’m forced to) Dexter Jackson has been released by the Buc’s one day before they are forced to cut down to their 75 man roster. It’s actually a […]

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Game Review: Bucs @ Titans

by Roland Johnson on August 17, 2009

From my perspective of all four quarterbacks, Josh Johnson has the quickest release of any of them, steps up in the pocket and delivers the football with accuracy. He did not get rattled when things broke down or when he was hurried, even with the bobbled shotgun snap he maintained his composure and instead of […]

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Friday Training Camp New & Notes

by Roland Johnson on August 7, 2009

Tampa Bay Buccaneers young guns have impressive showing as veterans rest. Second year pro Josh Johnson and first round pick Josh Freeman show poise under fire as they guided the offense in Friday mornings practice. It would seem, that many media pundits have been singing a different tune of late, when it comes to first […]

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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 sign Miller, cut Griese

by Roland Johnson on July 13, 2009

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers today announced that they have signed DT Roy Miller to a four-year contract. ProFootballTalk.com, is reporting the total base value of Miller’s deal is $2.52 million and includes a $770,000 signing bonus. Miller’s 2009 cap value is $502,500K, followed by $587,500K in 2010, $672,500K in 2011 and $757,500K in 2012. Miller […]

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Bucs ink two more from rookie class

by Roland Johnson on June 23, 2009

With my recent travels out of Iraq through Dubai, then on to the house to visit family, wireless connections were not stable enough for me to post any news over the last few days, so to get everyone caught up with out further ado. The Buccaneers have agreed to terms with two more rookies. Fourth […]

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Bucs Bates excited to see what he has

by Roland Johnson on May 22, 2009

If you are curious as to just how the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defense will preform in 2009, you are not alone new defensive coordinator Jim Bates is pondering the same exact thing as the rest of us fanatics. “I can’t wait to find out,” said Bates, the Bucs’ defensive coordinator. “Right now, it’s hard to […]