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: December 28, 2010, 05:44:06 PM

Blount will be a free agent in 2012. Talib will be due a new contract in a few years. And there are a few others as well. These guys, if they keep up their level of production, are going to want big money.

Are the Glazers going to put up the cash in the future and keep these guys?

Plus like the front story on PR today concerning the Bucs coaches. Several of them are not under contract in 2011. If there is a lockout, they would be unemployed unless the Glazers pay them to do nothing, and we may lose some of them to the college ranks. Raheem is also not under contract unless the Glazers exercise a 2-year option, which (as far as we know) they have yet to do.

There are also many free agents this year. Trueblood, Joseph, Caddy, Stovall, Ruud, etc.... And I doubt Barber sticks around if there is a lockout.

There are a ton of question marks. And a lockout would not be good for this team at all!

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#1 : December 28, 2010, 05:47:16 PM

who would hte lockout be good for?

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#2 : December 28, 2010, 05:47:30 PM

Barber said he wouldn't play for anybody else but Tampa and said he's willing to stay at least another year so....


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#3 : December 28, 2010, 05:50:53 PM

who would hte lockout be good for?

Lot of teams already have their coaches locked up for the long term. And the loss of an offseason probably wont effect a veteran player all that much compared to rookies and young guys.

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#4 : December 28, 2010, 06:03:46 PM

Im sure they will. Why wouldnt they. They have something that is working and they stated they want to commit to the players they draft. This team is the youngest team in the league and just clinched a winning season after a 3-13 season. The Glazers would be stupid to not resign these players.

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#5 : December 28, 2010, 06:08:01 PM

If the rules remain the same Blount isn't UFA until 2014 although a raise would be the right thing to do, something like 4 years, $10M.

This is going to make people's head explode but Talib doesn't deserve an extension. If the Bucs are going to do anything with him this off-season they should take a page out of Atlanta's playbook in regards to what they did with Hall.

Biggers deserves an extension.
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#6 : December 28, 2010, 06:13:03 PM

If the rules remain the same Blount isn't UFA until 2014 although a raise would be the right thing to do, something like 4 years, $10M.

This is going to make people's head explode but Talib doesn't deserve an extension. If the Bucs are going to do anything with him this off-season they should take a page out of Atlanta's playbook in regards to what they did with Hall.

Biggers deserves an extension.

Cool. Now can we get a post that actually makes sense? Biggers over Talib really?!


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#7 : December 28, 2010, 06:14:49 PM

Honestly, as stingy as the Glazers are as far as tickets are concerned as well as the lack of free agent spending, we've shown that we aren't afraid to spend money...sometimes too much. The Winslow contract has paid off, but it was still quite high and seemed pretty risky at the time. The Faine contract was definitely too high. We also offered Haynesworth a ridiculous amount of money, more than even the Skins(thank God he didn't take it). The Clayton contract was also pretty large.

I'm not really worried about extensions. I'm worried about the fact that they're spending the bare minimum on advertising and getting this team known in the community again, as well as their refusal to adjust to the poor economy and lazy fans.


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#8 : December 28, 2010, 06:17:16 PM

If the rules remain the same Blount isn't UFA until 2014 although a raise would be the right thing to do, something like 4 years, $10M.

This is going to make people's head explode but Talib doesn't deserve an extension. If the Bucs are going to do anything with him this off-season they should take a page out of Atlanta's playbook in regards to what they did with Hall.

Biggers deserves an extension.

Cool. Now can we get a post that actually makes sense? Biggers over Talib really?!

Yes really. Talib has all the talent in the world but gets beat like a drum and acts like an idiot.

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#9 : December 28, 2010, 06:19:26 PM

If the rules remain the same Blount isn't UFA until 2014 although a raise would be the right thing to do, something like 4 years, $10M.

This is going to make people's head explode but Talib doesn't deserve an extension. If the Bucs are going to do anything with him this off-season they should take a page out of Atlanta's playbook in regards to what they did with Hall.

Biggers deserves an extension.

Cool. Now can we get a post that actually makes sense? Biggers over Talib really?!

Yes really. Talib has all the talent in the world but gets beat like a drum and acts like an idiot.

He gave up a few big plays but who doesn't?

He had a right to be pissed that one P.I. call on him was absolute garbage.

Anymore you wanna add?


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#10 : December 28, 2010, 06:20:55 PM

Talib had 6 INTs in 11 games.

You really think Biggers can match that? He was getting killed by Megatron.

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#11 : December 28, 2010, 06:23:25 PM

Blount will be a free agent in 2012. Talib will be due a new contract in a few years. And there are a few others as well. These guys, if they keep up their level of production, are going to want big money.

Are the Glazers going to put up the cash in the future and keep these guys?
Ask Winslow and Penn.

FRG is the most logical poster on this board.  You guys just don\'t like where the logical conclusions take you.

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#12 : December 28, 2010, 06:23:42 PM

If the rules remain the same Blount isn't UFA until 2014 although a raise would be the right thing to do, something like 4 years, $10M.

This is going to make people's head explode but Talib doesn't deserve an extension. If the Bucs are going to do anything with him this off-season they should take a page out of Atlanta's playbook in regards to what they did with Hall.

Biggers deserves an extension.

Cool. Now can we get a post that actually makes sense? Biggers over Talib really?!

Yes really. Talib has all the talent in the world but gets beat like a drum and acts like an idiot.

He gave up a few big plays but who doesn't?

He had a right to be pissed that one P.I. call on him was absolute garbage.

Anymore you wanna add?

He was pissed because Flacco and Mason picked on him all game and the ref called him out on it. The call was on Myron Lewis.

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#13 : December 28, 2010, 06:26:19 PM

If the rules remain the same Blount isn't UFA until 2014 although a raise would be the right thing to do, something like 4 years, $10M.

This is going to make people's head explode but Talib doesn't deserve an extension. If the Bucs are going to do anything with him this off-season they should take a page out of Atlanta's playbook in regards to what they did with Hall.

Biggers deserves an extension.

Cool. Now can we get a post that actually makes sense? Biggers over Talib really?!

Yes really. Talib has all the talent in the world but gets beat like a drum and acts like an idiot.

He gave up a few big plays but who doesn't?

He had a right to be pissed that one P.I. call on him was absolute garbage.

Anymore you wanna add?

He was pissed because Flacco and Mason picked on him all game and the ref called him out on it. The call was on Myron Lewis.

You're right was on Lewis. A ref saying a player plays like a **CENSORED** ,don't you think after a comment like that he has biased against Talib. You're a complete..... Well nevermind


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#14 : December 28, 2010, 06:26:22 PM

Talib had 6 INTs in 11 games.

You really think Biggers can match that? He was getting killed by Megatron.

DeAngelo Hall is a loud mouth who racks up picks too but lets WRs rip him up. That's what Talib is turning into.
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