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July 30, 2011 @ 12:13 pm
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Bucs Sign Bradford, Restricted Free Agents

Written by Charlie
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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have completed signing their 2011 draft class after signing sixth-round pick Allen Bradford on Saturday morning. The running back Bradford was the only rookie not to be practicing with the Bucs on Friday during the first day of training camp. The remaining Bucs seven draft picks signed before Friday's first practice.

Last year Bradford ran for 794 yards on 110 carries (7.2 average). In his career he totaled 1,585 yards with an average of 5.6 yards per carry and 16 touchdowns.

Tampa Bay also signed a number of their restricted free agents to their tender offers. That group includes: kicker Connor Barth, defensive end Michael Bennett, quarterback Rudy Carpenter, tackle Demar Dotson, tackle James Lee, safety Corey Lynch, cornerback Elbert Mack, defensive tackle Frank Okam and wide receiver Micheal Spurlock.
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    Guys and Gals-I'm live in Texas, Can anyone who is watching these early practices do they know what they are doing! And do you think that this plan is working!
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    Charlie/staff, What's the word on Adam Hayward and Tim Crowder?
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    Nice to see Okam signed. I wonder if we could keep five DTs this year.
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