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: November 30, 2006, 08:23:13 PM

LOL

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#1 : November 30, 2006, 08:18:34 PM

The Bucs DL tried to commit suicide, but they couldn't apply enough pressure to squeeze the trigger..


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#2 : November 30, 2006, 07:39:02 PM

M80 tried to shoot himself but he dropped the gun.




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#3 : November 30, 2006, 07:33:30 PM

fine since I like both but don't wanna come off as a Bruce lover..

Bruce tried commiting suicide but overshot



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#4 : November 30, 2006, 08:03:33 PM

Larry Brackins shot a gun, outran the bullet, and jumped while  catching it....



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#5 : November 29, 2006, 11:01:54 AM

According to a Sports Radio 1470 update about 1 minute ago, Simms has accepted a 2-year deal from the Bucs.

I'd say this falls squarely in the category of "GOOD NEWS".

Looking forward to it, Chris!

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#6 : November 29, 2006, 11:08:36 AM

YES!




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#7 : November 29, 2006, 11:10:40 AM

YES!

Agreed.  I don't see any confirmation elsewhere, but I think that we just got the best FA QB out there.  For our situation, anyway.  :)

We can put Grads and Simms out there going into next year...

And pray.  :)

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#8 : November 29, 2006, 11:12:16 AM

According to a Sports Radio 1470 update about 1 minute ago, Simms has accepted a 2-year deal from the Bucs.

I'd say this falls squarely in the category of "GOOD NEWS".


If the reports of the contract size are anywhere near accurate it is indeed good news.


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#9 : November 29, 2006, 11:18:00 AM

According to a Sports Radio 1470 update about 1 minute ago, Simms has accepted a 2-year deal from the Bucs.

I'd say this falls squarely in the category of "GOOD NEWS".


If the reports of the contract size are anywhere near accurate it is indeed good news.

Agreed. 




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#10 : November 29, 2006, 11:18:09 AM

If the reports of the contract size are anywhere near accurate it is indeed good news.

I have to admit that I am quite surprised that he accepted the offer because he could have made big money elsewhere, considering his youth and the quality of the other FA QBs, and I don't think, knowing Bruce Allen, that he threw a whole BUNCH of money at him.

The real question is: how will Deumig turn this into "Gruden hates players, players hate Gruden, and Gruden is trying to screw the Bucs".  He's probably dreaming some inside info up already.

"Simms signed because he hates Gruden so much that he wants to play and then screw up at the most critical moment, just to cost Gruden his job."

"I have a source close to the Bucs.  An inside source."



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#11 : November 29, 2006, 11:19:26 AM


According to a Sports Radio 1470 update about 1 minute ago, Simms has accepted a 2-year deal from the Bucs.

I'd say this falls squarely in the category of "GOOD NEWS".

Looking forward to it, Chris!

 :) :D ;D :o :P 8) ;D :D :) ;)

WAY TO GO CHRIS!!!!!!!

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#12 : November 29, 2006, 11:19:43 AM



"Simms signed because he hates Gruden so much that he wants to play and then screw up at the most critical moment, just to cost Gruden his job."


A two year deal keeps in in Tampa in 2008, and Gruden might be gone by then.


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#13 : November 29, 2006, 11:22:34 AM

The better question is why did the Bucs do this? FRom a variety of people we've heard (although the story changes) that Gruden doesn't like Simms, didn't want him at the draft and whatever. We're likely tossing enough jack at him he's not going to be a backup so does the staff like him more than we've been led to think or do they think he's a really tradeable commodity - but then if they think that why doesn't Simms think he's a more marketable FA?

Why did he spurn a nice offer from the Bucs last year?


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#14 : November 29, 2006, 11:23:47 AM

The better question is why did the Bucs do this? FRom a variety of people we've heard (although the story changes) that Gruden doesn't like Simms, didn't want him at the draft and whatever. We're likely tossing enough jack at him he's not going to be a backup so does the staff like him more than we've been led to think or do they think he's a really tradeable commodity - but then if they think that why doesn't Simms think he's a more marketable FA?

Why did he spurn a nice offer from the Bucs last year?

Boid - that story was not confirmed, and in fact directly denied by Allen.

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