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November 17, 2011 @ 9:31 pm
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Okam, Haynesworth Back At Practice

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The Buccaneers injury report for Thursday is as follows:

S Tanard Jackson (hamstring) and LB Dekoda Watson (groin) were unable to participate.

T Donald Penn (foot) was limited in participation.

DE Michael Bennett (groin), QB Josh Freeman (thumb), DT Albert Haynesworth (knee), DT Frank Okam (calf) all were able to participate in Thursday’s afternoon padded practice.


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    Why not let Freeman take the week off and let his thumb heal up and start Josh Johnson at QB. Script some new plays, maybe throw the bomb on the first play from scrimmage when Green Bay expects Johnson to run and set up some option plays and let Johnson use his wheels to his advantage, and throw in some moving pocket plays and really confuse Green Bay. Tebow has been showing that a running QB can win games in the NFL. Now as to all the dropped passes, too bad NFL teams can't fine their WRs when they drop a pass, but I recall one sure handed receiver with the Bucs long ago that voluntarily pledged to give $100 to charity every time he dropped a ball in a Buc Game. Our receivers need to take a pledge like that and stop their stupid mental mistakes cold. It is embarrasing.
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    lol .... Just for the hell of it , Bring up Carpenter, cut Jones and use Josh Johnson as a RB. At least we know he has wheels . Try something anyway!!
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    Imagine haynesworth and okam in there in short yardage no way any team could run in the middle. 700 pounds between are two tackles. Lol
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