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August 2, 2009 @ 1:28 pm
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Morris Not Happy With Offensive Performance

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Jim Flynn

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The Bucs held one training camp practice at One Buc Place Sunday, and it wasn't one head coach Raheem Morris came away pleased with.

Morris called out his offense, particularly the offensive line and quarterbacks, for what he deemed a sloppy practice. In fact, towards the end of practice Morris dicated the tempo to the offense by calling a live drill.

"Today, I thought our offensive tempo was just not up to par," said Morris. "I didn't like it at all. I didn't like it coming out of the huddle, I didn't like the way we came off the ball up front, I didn't like the procedure from the quarterbacks to the team, nothing."

PewterReport.com will have a full storyon this later today.

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