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  • joined Dec 15, 2009
  • last login Jul 31, 2014
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Why not take another look at Albert Haynesworth?

Position change in his future? Albert Haynesworth has been working very hard in the off-season to drop his playing weight. He seems to be quite serious about making the change of position he...

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If you were "Dominik for a Day" and you could make 1 personnel decision, what would it be?

If you were "Dominik for a Day" and you could make 1 personnel decision, what would it be?

Steve Smith breaks his arm playing Flag Football

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As if John Fox didn't have enough gray hair. It is possible he could be back and ready for the opening game. Not exactly what Panther fans want to hear right now. This might make it a little easier to get out of the basement.

Round 6 the Bucs choose P Brent Bowden

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Dammit! All those good players still out there and we choose a punter. Ugh...

Round 4 choice - WR Mike Williams of SYR

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Great talent with some growing up to do. Nice talent pick though.

Haynesworth could be yours for as little as a 3rd Rounder

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The buzz on the NFL Network is that WAS would part with him for a 3rd Round choice. With $32 million of his guaranteed $41 million already paid, that leaves the new team with a paltry $9 mil guaranteed over the remainder of his contract. An unproven rookie will probably cost you more than that - plus Haynesworth is only 28.

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Evaluating the "Evaluator"

This Buc'Em fanpost is presented to shed some light on our present GM - Mark Dominik. This is the man firmly entrenched behind the "War Room" doors... if you will. The original story here has been...

ESPN's Mel Kiper has NFL Draft plan for Bucs' major needs

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This 3 Round Mock by Mel Kiper Jr. looks amazingly similar to the SB Nations Writers Mock that our own Craig T is currently participating in... Great minds think alike.

Should the Bucs revisit the possible Haynesworth trade?

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The biggest signing of last years off-season is back in the news again. Albert Haynesworth is probably available again, thanks to the WAS conversion to the 3-4, Should the Bucs try to get the one that got away? We still need help on the DL, and the big DT Haynesworth would fit nicely right next to the Round 1 choice of McCoy/ Suh?

The Bleacher Report talks of our chances in 2010

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Makes for an interesting read. He kinda analyzes our upcoming season and gives his view.

Javon Walker offers to play for league minimum

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If signing players at a bargain basement price is what we're all about, then inking Javon Walker makes perfect sense for us. He has a low risk, big reward potential at WR.

Dez Bryant does little to impress scouts

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Dez Bryant, considered to be the top wide receiver on many NFL teams’ draft boards, posted times of 4.52, 4.68 and 4.52 in the 40-yard dash during his private workout Tuesday in Lufkin, Texas. Due to the hand-held times at workouts, 40-yard dash times will vary between 4.49 and 4.60 for the wideout from Oklahoma State. NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock tells ProFootballTalk.com that "he was surprised by the slow forty times. He appears to play faster on tape. " And, Mayock said "more questions than answers" came out of the workout.

For those who insist that the Glazers are not being cheap...

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This USA Today total yearly expenses report implies otherwise. Please click on the above sentence. Source: http://content.usatoday.com/sports/football/nfl/salaries/totalpayroll.aspx?year=2009

Recent word of the Morris and Dominik return for a second season hits the intergalactic Buccaneer...

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Worffrustrated

Recent word of the Morris and Dominik return for a second season hits the intergalactic Buccaneer Fan Club President...

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Can you name Tampa Bays biggest 1st Round stinkeroo?

Having been a Bucs fan from the very beginning, I have seen my share of blunders. Perhaps a few more than any one single team should have had. But I remain as steadfast a fan as I ever have. I...

• Washington Redskins executive Bruce Allen had some interesting comments about how franchise owner ...

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• Washington Redskins executive Bruce Allen had some interesting comments about how franchise owner Dan Snyder was on board with the team’s strategy to sit out the high end of free agency. The Redskins made an offer to defensive end Julius Peppers(notes) but bowed out after Chicago outbid the field, a very un-Snyder-like move for Washington. Allen was part of the reason for the conservative approach. While there’s certainly nothing wrong with that approach, Allen is also the guy who in 2007, while serving as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers general manager, discouraged the Bucs from trading up from No. 4 overall to No. 2 for a shot at wide receiver Calvin Johnson(notes). Allen talked his way out of the trade even though head coach Jon Gruden badly wanted Johnson. Instead, the Bucs picked defensive end Gaines Adams(notes). God rest Adams’ soul, but that wasn’t the wisest move by Allen.

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Thoughts on taking Eric Berry... as a CB?

Based on the workouts I saw yesterday, the best position for Eric Berry may just be at CB. Running his 4.47 at 211 lbs. shows that he is already fast enough to be an effective CB, and losing a...

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