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August 23, 2010 @ 9:40 pm
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Spurlock's Big Plays Are Turning Heads

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Micheal Spurlock has impressed the coaches with his play on special teams as well as receiver. Spurlock is the Bucs' leading receiver through the first two games and is doing whatever he can to make the team. Read Scott Reynolds' report for Fox Sports by clicking here.
Micheal Spurlock has taken advantage of Clifton Smith's absence in the return game and has impressed the coaching staff. But Spurlock is also shining at receiver as well. He is the Buccaneers' leading receiver through the first two preseason games with four catches for 95 yards and one touchdown, including a 53-yarder against the Chiefs.

Find out what Tampa Bay head coach Raheem Morris said about Spurlock's play. What does Spurlock thinks about Tampa's future? Scott Reynolds has the story for Fox Sports. Click here to read the article on FoxSportsFlorida.com

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