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January 21, 2011 @ 8:30 am
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Pewter Report 2010 Season Wrap-Up Digital Magazine Now Available

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The Pewter Report January Issue is now available on PewterReport.com. Click here to read what articles and columns are found in this month's digital issue.

Pewter Report wraps up the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' 2010 campaign, in which the team finished 10-6, and dishes out the season-ending awards and grades in its January Issue. The Pewter Report January Issue is exclusively available on PewterReport.com. Pewter Report-Pewter Insider subscribers can access the digital issue by clicking here.

Here’s what Bucs fans and Pewter Report-Pewter Insider subscribers can look forward to reading in the 2010 Season Wrap-Up Issue:

Bucs' 2011 Draft Will Revolve Around Freeman – Scott Reynolds says that while the Bucs will likely draft defense in the first round, taking an offensive player can't be ruled out.

Secondary-Driven Defense Still Not A Finished Product – Charlie Campbell reveals that Raheem Morris' defense is driven entirely by the secondary, but the defensive backfield needs some help.

• Tampa Bay's Identity Is Now Offense - Not Defense – Wolf Heard explains that for the first time in franchise history the Bucs are an offensive team.

• Point-Counterpoint – Which injured Buccaneer's rehab is the most critical this offseason? See which coaches Campbell and Reynolds debate this month.

Pewter Report's 2010 Buccaneers Season Awards – Reynolds reveals the winners of Pewter Report's annual season-ending awards.

• Buccaneers' 2010 Season Grades – Heard analyzes the Buccaneers position-by-position and dishes out the year-end grades.

• SR's Fab 5 – Reynolds gets some insight from Ronde Barber about Hardy Nickerson and reveals which player he thinks reminds him of Hardware. Plus the scoop on Dezmon Briscoe, Cody Grimm and Corey Lynch among other insights.

• In The Lab – Reynolds profiles new Bucs middle linebacker Tyrone McKenzie and what has the coaching staff excited about him.

• Pewter Report Conversation – Reynolds chats with Bucs tight end John Gilmore and gets his thoughts on legendary Bucs cornerback Ronde Barber and quarterback Josh Freeman.

• Pewter Prospect – Campbell provides the scouting analysis for Florida OL Mike Pouncey.

• Pewter Prospect – Reynolds provides a scouting report for Georgia OLB-DE Justin Houston.

The Glazers' Approach Was Right After All – Reynolds explains why the Glazers' approach to building a team through the draft – while frustrating to some fans – has paid off.

If you are not a Pewter Report-Pewter Insider subscriber you can click here to subscribe or call 1-800-881-BUCS(2827). The cost for a one-year subscription, which includes 10 monthly digital magazines (no issues in June & August) as well as over 200 premium Pewter Insider articles, is just $10 per year.

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