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October 12, 2009 @ 7:15 am
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Stovall Could See More Playing Time

Written by Jim
Flynn
Jim Flynn

Jim
Flynn

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Bucs head coach Raheem Morris held his Monday morning press conference at One Buccaneer Place this morning.

Morris was critical of his players, particularly the wide receivers and defensive backs, for dropped passes and big plays allowed, respectively.

Clayton had three dropped passes in Tampa Bay's 33-14 loss to Philadelphia. He has seven dropped passes on the season.

Although he said he wanted to address the dropped passes in a team meeting first, Morris suggested Bucs WR Maurice Stovall could see more playing time due to Clayton's woes catching the football.
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