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Scott Reynolds

Scott Reynolds is in his 23rd year of covering the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as the vice president, publisher and senior Bucs beat writer for PewterReport.com. Author of the popular SR's Fab 5 column on Fridays, Reynolds oversees web development and forges marketing partnerships for PewterReport.com in addition to his editorial duties. A graduate of Kansas State University in 1995, Reynolds enjoys giving back to the community as the defensive line coach for his sons' Pop Warner team, the South Pasco Predators. Reynolds can be reached at: sr@pewterreport.com

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    This might be the last straw. What a clown.

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    I am glad an innocent person didn’t get hurt. Pretty ironic posting the picture of his “Captain Morgan” pose.
    Go Bucs!

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    You can see the Mike Williams in ASJ. I’d much rather see Cross or Vitale called up from the practice squad. At least those guys care about having a career in the NFL.

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    Not surprised at all. We may have a wasted 2nd Rd pick on our hands. All the talent in the world but doesn’t work hard and is immature clown. Too bad for us.

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    Innocent until proven guilty is for the justice system and not football teams. He clearly needs some form of reality check from the Bucs. I’m not someone who advocates cutting ties with employees with issues. But you darn sure remove them from performing their job until they can square themselves away. As far as the team goes though I don’t see this as a huge deal. It’s not like we’re losing a ton of production. But it’s definitely not good either. My first thought was the voice of Deon Sanders (I think) saying “C’mon man!” I just hope it’s not a distraction from the rest of the guys getting ready for Sunday.

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    Trade him to the Pats, whatever sh-t they touch turns to gold. Early season adversity, Koetter, and Licht need to set an example. Got to have all fifty three rowing in the same direction.

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    I just have one word for this…’UBER’. No, I take that back…I have three words to describe this, ‘No Common Sense’. Just when we the fans thought you might be turning it around. You have let the fans down, you have let your team and coaches down, you let your family down and most of all you have let yourself down. Grow the hell up dude!

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    Johnny Manziel must be in town showing ASJ how to have a successful NFL career. So much for the positive effects of getting married. Maybe now ASJ will admit he has a problem and get some help.

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    Another thing, what is he doing out at 4:00 am? Don’t the players report back to One Buc Place at around 6:00-8:00am? If he doesn’t got caught on this dui, wouldn’t he had come in tired, buzzed and/or hung over?

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    He’s no good to the Buccaneers or himself in the condition he’s in. Time to move on. Bucs cannot afford to let this kind of irresponsibility go unchecked. 4 am and practicing in the morning? Recklessly drunk and a grinning mug shot?

    He’s sick and needs help. The Buccaneers can ill afford to keep him n the locker room and frankly the best thing for this guy might be the kind of reality check getting kicked off the team MIGHT entail.

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    What an asshat. Sorry for the language but this is ridiculous. Trade him for what you can get now. All the talent and none of the brain. Looks like we’ll have to add TE to our list of needs next off season. A list that keeps growing by the way. Damn!

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    I’m not willing to give up on him yet. I believe the NFL will make him go through a program.
    Probably was the reason in preseason he was told to go home?
    I see no reason to punish ourselves and not play him this week. He’ll probably have a good game because he knows he srewed up. Right now he has been charged, not found guilty.

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    He was released so I guess the bucs are over him. I say good riddance. If you can’t be a team player and handle your dream job, then he deserved to get cut. Smh

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