Lee Caswell

  • joined Mar 03, 2009
  • last login Jul 21, 2014
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I have been a Bucs fan since the mid 90s. I love the direction Dominik is steering the team towards. Hoping for a wild card spot this year. Go Bucs!

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Ruud tells Tampa Tribune he is frustrated by his RFA tender, but will still participate in OTAs this season.


Ruud, who missed all OTAs last season in an attempt to garner a contract extension, has announced that he will participate in every one this year. Probably a good idea because the general consensus amongst fans is that Ruud needs to step his game up, despite the fact that he finished tied for 2nd (alongside Patrick Wilis) in total tackles throughout the NFL. Ruud went on to say that he did not regret holding out last year, and he is hoping for Tampa to land one of the two premier defensive tackles with the #3 overall pick.

Glazer has just as much money as Oprah


The Glazer's are the wealthiest owners in the NFC South by far. Despite criticism by fans for lack of spending they are certainly not going to the poor house anytime soon. Glazer tied with Oprah for number 400 on Forbes list with a net worth of 2.4 billion.

Dear Mark Dominik: Go get Gerard Warren


Former 3rd overall draft pick Gerard Warren was released today by the Oakland Raiders. While he is far from great, he would be better than anything we have right now, and along with McCoy/Suh should help out tremendously with shoring up the interior of the line. Just. Do. It.

Tampa schedules visit with Eagles' safety Sean Jones


Roy Cummings of the Tampa Tribune is reporting that Jones, a former 2nd round draft pick of the Cleveland Browns, will visit One Buc Place tomorrow. Jones recorded 61 tackles, one sack, five pass...

Bucs schedule visit with Eagles safety Sean Jones


Roy Cummings of the Tampa Tribune is reporting that Jones, a former 2nd round draft pick of the Cleveland Browns, will visit One Buc Place tomorrow. Jones recorded 61 tackles, one sack, five pass deflections and two interceptions last year with Philadelphia. According to Cummings, Jones is known for his run support and could be a possible candidate to take over the strong safety position next season, as Sabby Piscitelli has been deemed unable to perform at a desirable level. As rjblitz02 reported last night in his fanshot, the Bucs are also rumored to be interested in Cleveland safety Brodney Pool, and Miami safety Gibril Wilson. A visit with these two players has yet to be confirmed.


Glazer Automotive: Where We Strive for Excellence

Hey guys. Last night my creative juices were flowing and I had a really great (or at least I thought it was great) idea to write a short play in which a car dealership is run like the Tampa Bay...

Offseason Caption Contest Volume 3


The photo selected for this edition of our caption contest was provided by Buc 'Em user rjblitz02. He suggested we use it for one of these and I agreed that it was a good one. I am pretty sure that...

2010 Free agents: Who is available right now? Can they help the Bucs?


This time of year is always exciting due to free agency. I find myself constantly checking the news feeds to see who is available, and who has been re-signed. I know that GM Mark Dominik has said...

Charity looking for volunteers to work concession areas at the Trop.


Hello ladies and gentlemen. The charity I work for, Hopeful Tomorrow, is in the process of signing a contract with Centerplate to work one of the concession areas at Tropicana Field for the Rays' 2010 season. The dates have not been selected yet. Right now we are just trying to get a general idea of how many volunteers we may have before we commit to a lot of games. A three hour Centerplate orientation is suggested for all volunteers, but not required. Hopeful Tomorrow is a national 501(c)3 Non-profit organization whose mission is to provide our nation's most underprivileged and at-risk youth with tuition to participate in cultural and physical arts programs including but not limited to: dance, gymnastics, martial arts, music, and theater. Centerplate will donate around 10% of the sales from the concessions we work, or $10 per hour, per volunteer. Whichever is greater. So if you live in the St. Pete community, and would like to volunteer your time for a great cause (at the Trop during Rays games no less!!) please contact me via my business email at Lee@ahopefultomorrow.org

It's official. Head Coach Raheem Morris announces Antonio Bryant will not be a Buccaneer in 2010


We feared it would happen all along. This is really unfortunate. I have to say I'm more than a little disappointed that they didn't even try to sign him. I mean, not even a bad offer to stay? Raheem is really talking about a youth movement as an excuse for this? Bryant is only 28 and his playing age is even younger than that considering he sat out all of 2007. Morris went on to state in the interview that everybody's favorite wide receiver Michael Clayton will remain on the roster for 2010. **Special thanks to Buc 'Em user Kilgore for breaking the story so quickly**

Congratulations to Hook85!


For his impressive victory in our latest caption contest. His caption "Guess I picked a bad day to wear my thong" was the favorite amongst Buc 'Em users. Hook85, please contact Niko (envelope next to his name at bottom of page) to claim your prize.

NFL trying to implement blood test for HGH. Players say no thank you.


This could be something to keep an eye on. Many suspect that many, if not a majority of NFL players use HGH. In the past there was never a reliable test for it, but it would appear they are feeling confident in this new one. No matter what this seems to be yet another dividing issue between the players and the ownership. Should we go ahead and just kiss 2011 goodbye?


Berry would be paid more than Polamalu and Reed if the Buccaneers picked him at #3.

If Bucs take safety Eric Berry with the #3 overall pick in the 2010 NFL draft, he will most likely make significantly more than money than elite safeties Ed Reed and Troy Polamalu.

And the Winner is...


Please vote for the caption that you find most humorous. Poll will remain open until Wednesday afternoon. Good luck finalists!

Random Offseason Caption Contest: Volume 2


  Once again, I have stumbled upon a great photo for the caption contest. Even better, it's of a much hated respected division rival. Unfortunately for us it looks like the days of Jake Delhomme's...

LeeCaz: The man, the myth, the legend.


Hello Buc 'Em readers. My name is Lee Caswell and I have been a Buccaneer fanatic since 1995 or so. My grandparents took me to my first game while we were down here on a family vacation and I have...

Congratulations to NoleScout99


For winning our last caption contest. His caption: "FIVE, Five dollar footlong" won by the narrow margin of 7 votes. NoleScout99 please contact Niko or myself by clicking the envelopes next to our names at the bottom of the page in order to claim your prize. Look for the next offseason caption contest sometime over the next week or so (and I promise to not pick a picture in which a guy is holding up any fingers this time).

LaVar Arrington's emotional and moving response to Clinton Portis' B.S.


I have always looked upon Arrington as somewhat of a disappointment, but after reading this I respect the man 10,000 times more. It is a very moving response to some garbage spouted off by Clinton Portis. Arrington is the type of guy I want to be a fan of. He's the type of guy that deserves success. Read this if you want to remember why you love the game of football.

Indy's blog Stampede Blue lands interview with Peter King


Stampede Blue's head blogger BigBlueShoes managed to land a pretty in depth interview with everyone's favorite football writer, Peter King. It is a great read. Check out part 1 and 2 if you've got some time on your hands.

Random Offseason Caption Contest: Round Deux


Alright gentlemen. This one is pretty self explanatory. These were the top five captions from the contest we had last week. Please vote for which one you find the most humorous. The winner will...

Random Offseason Caption Contest Vol. 1


Alright Bucs fans. It has been an interesting offseason thus far to say the least. Since it has been a slow week, I thought I would go ahead and do the first offseason caption contest. I came upon...


Olson and Morris: A Match Made in Hell?

Now, many of you may very well believe that I take too much of a pessimistic approach to our beloved Buccaneers' future these days. I have not been shy about voicing displeasure with the...


Safeties: A good bet in the first round?

In the comments section of the Anquan Boldin story that Paul wrote, SOGWDNC and I got into a fairly lengthy discussion about whether a quality safety would be available in the 2nd round, or if we...

Marvin Harrison: The Godfather of North Philly?


I remember turning some of you guys onto this a couple of months ago, but since then quite a bit more information has come out. It would appear that Marvin Harrison did indeed shoot a man, as well as an innocent bystander. The article also reveals that Harrison's father and both of his brothers are convicted murderers and had ties to the "Black Mafia". This is an absolutely fascinating read. It's a little long but I encourage you to check it out.

Congratulations to PewterPirate55


For winning the Buc'Em Caption Contest. I didn't even see a reason to send the contest to voting this week, as PewterPirate55's entry was by far and away the favorite. PewterPirate55, you do not...

Season Finale Edition of the Buc'Em Weekly Caption Contest


Try your hand at this season's final edition of the Buc 'Em Weekly Caption Contest. Winner will receive the Bucs' game of his/her choice on DVD.


I love you Brandon Marshall

So it is looking like Brandon Marshall's tenure in Denver may finally be over. Reports are streaming in about an alleged confrontation between Marshall and head coach Josh McDaniels which has...

Buc 'Em Weekly Caption Contest


Come test your unique sense of humor by participating in the Buc 'Em Weekly Caption Contest. Winner will receive the Bucs' game of his/her choice on DVD!

Cast your vote for the winner of the Caption Contest


Alright guys. We had some really funny entries this week in the contest. Here are the top five.


Rams: a QB or Suh?

I'm one of the writer's over at Buc 'Em, SBNation's Tampa Bay Bucs' blog and we were having a discussion about whether or not you guys would draft the DT Nakdjflkdsjfklfj (I kid, I kid)  Suh, out...

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