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« : January 10, 2013, 10:01:42 AM »

OFFSEASON A
cut/re-sign:
FS ronde barber - resign
DE michael bennett - re-sign
RB legarrette blount - cut
OT jeremy trueblood - cut
CB e.j. biggers - re-sign
DT roy miller - re-sign
WR roscoe parrish - cut
WR sammie stroughter - re-sign
TE dallas clark - re-sign
DE daniel te'o-nesheim - re-sign
CB eric wright -  cut

FA:
QB david carr (NYG)
RB chris ivory (NO)
WR domenik hixon (NYG)
OT sebastian vollmer (NE)
DT derek landri (PHI)
LB gerald mcrath (TEN)
CB quentin jammer (SD)

draft:
round 1: ezekiel ansah - DE - BYU
round 2: zach ertz - TE - stanford
round 3: desmond trufant - CB - washington
round 4a: blidi wreh-wilson - CB - uconn
round 4b: zach dysert - QB - miami (ohio)
round 5: ricky wagner - OT - wisconsin
round 6: kenjon barner - RB - oregon
round 7: brendan bishop - FS - NC state
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OFFSEASON B
cut/re-sign:
FS ronde barber - re-sign
DE michael bennett - re-sign
RB legarrette blount - cut
OT jeremy trueblood - cut
CB e.j. biggers - re-sign
DT roy miller - re-sign
WR roscoe parrish - cut
WR sammie stroughter - re-sign
TE dallas clark - cut
DE daniel te'o-nesheim - re-sign
CB eric wright -  cut

FA:
QB matt moore (MIA)
CB domenique rogers-cromartie (PHI)
LB philip wheeler (OAK)
DT sammie-lee hill (DET)
TE delanie walker (SF)
WR joshua cribbs (CLE)
S kenny phillips (NYG)

draft:
round 1: xavier rhodes - CB - florida state
round 2: dion jordan - DE - oregon
round 3: levine toilolo - TE - stanford
round 4a: leveon bell - RB - michigan state
round 4b: matt scott - QB - arizona
round 5: adrian bushell - CB - louisville
round 6: josh boyce - WR - TCU
round 7: roderick sweeting - CB - georgia tech
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OFFSEASON C
cut/re-sign:
FS ronde barber - retired
DE michael bennett - re-sign
RB legarrette blount - cut
OT jeremy trueblood - cut
CB e.j. biggers - re-sign
DT roy miller - re-sign
WR roscoe parrish - cut
WR sammie stroughter - re-sign
TE dallas clark - cut
DE daniel te'o-nesheim - re-sign
CB eric wright -  cut

FA:
QB rex grossman (WAS)
RB brian leonard (CIN)
CB derek cox (JAC)
CB keenan lewis (PIT)
DT glenn dorsey (KC)
OT king dunlap (PHI)
TE jared cook (TEN)

draft:
round 1: xavier rhodes - CB - florida state
round 2: kawann short - DT - purdue
round 3: stedman bailey - WR - west virginia
round 4a: mike gillislee - RB - florida
round 4b: leon mcfadden - CB - san diego state
round 5: devin taylor - DE - south carolina
round 6: collin klein - QB - kansas state
round 7: manase foketi - OT - west texas A&M
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OFFSEASON D
cut/re-sign:
FS ronde barber - retired
DE michael bennett - re-sign
RB legarrette blount - RFA tender
OT jeremy trueblood - cut
CB e.j. biggers - re-sign
DT roy miller - re-sign
WR roscoe parrish - cut
WR sammie stroughter - resign
TE dallas clark - cut
DE daniel te'o-nesheim - re-sign
CB eric wright -  re-sign

FA:
RB brian leonard (CIN)
CB keenan lewis (PIT)
OT jake long (MIA)
WR domenik hixon (NYG)
TE kellen davis (NYJ)

draft:
round 1: chance warmack - OL - alabama
round 2: logan ryan - CB - rutgers
round 3: marcus trufant - CB - washington
round 4a: cornelius carradine - DE - florida state
round 4b: kenjon barner - RB - oregon
round 5: cory grissom - DT - south florida
round 6: josh boyce - WR - TCU
round 7: jordan rogers - QB - vanderbilt
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« #1 : January 10, 2013, 10:58:14 AM »

how long did it take you to come up with all of that?

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« #2 : January 10, 2013, 11:02:12 AM »

not long, just a couple of different combinations using a free agent list and prospect rankings


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« #3 : January 10, 2013, 11:09:24 AM »

I think I like B without Matt Moore tho, and I wouldn't mind D either.

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« #4 : January 10, 2013, 11:14:37 AM »

I like B but throw Vollmer or Long in there.


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« #5 : January 10, 2013, 01:37:41 PM »

B without DRC

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« #6 : January 10, 2013, 02:12:28 PM »

We don't currently have the talent to cut Eric Wright. He stays until we can replace him.

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« #7 : January 10, 2013, 07:16:37 PM »

I'd choose B if I had to pick from those .

"C" is not bad with jared cook and gillislee but Rex Grossman is a deal breaker.

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« #8 : January 10, 2013, 07:17:30 PM »

We don't currently have the talent to cut Eric Wright. He stays until we can replace him.

Wanna make a bet ? Dude is dead man walking , regardless.

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« #9 : January 10, 2013, 07:28:18 PM »

Not sure why the Bucs would spend a draft pick (any round) on a DE, especially if Bennett and Daniel Teo'Nesheim is retained. In that scenario we would have Clayborn, Bowers, Bennett, and Teo'Nesheim at DE. I think the recent and unfortunate injuries for the past several seasons have people forgetting how stacked the Bucs are at DE.

Thats not saying they won't spend a draft pick on the D-line, as we could really use a third DT to rotate with either Miller, McCoy, or both.
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« #10 : January 10, 2013, 08:37:48 PM »

B for me.   Not a huge DRC fan, but I like rest of it.


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« #11 : January 10, 2013, 08:54:11 PM »

Not sure why the Bucs would spend a draft pick (any round) on a DE, especially if Bennett and Daniel Teo'Nesheim is retained. In that scenario we would have Clayborn, Bowers, Bennett, and Teo'Nesheim at DE. I think the recent and unfortunate injuries for the past several seasons have people forgetting how stacked the Bucs are at DE.

Thats not saying they won't spend a draft pick on the D-line, as we could really use a third DT to rotate with either Miller, McCoy, or both.

because as a team they only managed 27. even if you say clayborn is good for the 7.5 he put up last year thats not even 35, and thats why they need to draft a DE...agree about the DT 100% though


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« #12 : January 10, 2013, 09:15:08 PM »

Rex Grossman is a deal breaker.

he sucks, but he'd beat out Freeman


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« #13 : January 10, 2013, 10:32:47 PM »

Not sure why the Bucs would spend a draft pick (any round) on a DE, especially if Bennett and Daniel Teo'Nesheim is retained. In that scenario we would have Clayborn, Bowers, Bennett, and Teo'Nesheim at DE. I think the recent and unfortunate injuries for the past several seasons have people forgetting how stacked the Bucs are at DE.

Thats not saying they won't spend a draft pick on the D-line, as we could really use a third DT to rotate with either Miller, McCoy, or both.

because as a team they only managed 27. even if you say clayborn is good for the 7.5 he put up last year thats not even 35, and thats why they need to draft a DE...agree about the DT 100% though

Don't you think our historic defensive backfield had more to do with the low sack total than the players? Couple that with the major injuries sustained up front and I think you need to overlook the season's sack total when evaluating the current stable of DEs.


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« #14 : January 10, 2013, 10:39:15 PM »

Not sure why the Bucs would spend a draft pick (any round) on a DE, especially if Bennett and Daniel Teo'Nesheim is retained. In that scenario we would have Clayborn, Bowers, Bennett, and Teo'Nesheim at DE. I think the recent and unfortunate injuries for the past several seasons have people forgetting how stacked the Bucs are at DE.

Thats not saying they won't spend a draft pick on the D-line, as we could really use a third DT to rotate with either Miller, McCoy, or both.

because as a team they only managed 27. even if you say clayborn is good for the 7.5 he put up last year thats not even 35, and thats why they need to draft a DE...agree about the DT 100% though

Yeah, and lets say Bowers didn't get hurt during offseason practices. I think he would have been good for at least another 8 sacks on the year. That would have been over 42 sacks on the year at least. Thats a pretty good number for such a young group of guys.

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