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March 4, 2012 @ 10:47 am
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Dates Announced For 2012 Josh Freeman Youth Football Camp

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Bucs QB Josh Freeman will be hosting another Tampa Bay area youth football camp this summer, the first while teaming up with ProCamp. The Josh Freeman ProCamp will be held on June 9-10 for boys and girls age 7-14 and registration is now open.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman is holding his second youth football camp this summer, and the first in teaming up with ProCamp. The 2012 Josh Freeman Football ProCamp, presented by Fifth Third Bank, will take place on June 9-10 from 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Freeman will be on site during the entire camp to help direct activities and provide instruction.

The ProCamp is open to boys and girls age 7-14 and will focus on building team concepts and teaching the fundamentals of football. Groups will be small to ensure that each camper gets personalized instruction through the drills.

Freeman will be joined by some of the top high school and college coaches from the Tampa-St.Petersburg area. The Bucs quarterback will be giving daily talks to discuss the finer points of playing football and being an athlete.

Each camp participant will receive an autographed team camp photo with Freeman, a camp T-shirt, a goodie bag and the opportunity to win additional prizes. The cost of the two-day camp is $99 and registration space is limited.

For additional information and to register, visit JoshFreemanProCamp.com or call 1-888-389-CAMP (2267).

Official Josh Freeman ProCamp camp partners include Tires Plus, 10 News CBS, Clear Channel Tampa, Spalding and School of the Legends.

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    Gee burke757; I just extended my subscription for three years. After reading your well done comment I feel like I just signed up Michael Clayton and Quincy Black. To tell you the truth; I really enjoy the comments much more than the articles and actually miss BF47 and the now seldom seen JDouble.
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    BTW ~ Zuttah signed...Im in Cali and I have that info~why isnt it up yet ?
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    Gentlemen - going pretty far to find something to witch about. FA info coming shortly - and plenty soon enough for a good depth disagreement over who was included/recommended and who wasn't. Doubt this couple of paragraphs offered to the starting qb's off the field activities damaged the monies you have spent on subscriptions... lmao at that thought -
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    Normally, I would agree with you Dbucfan. However, the insightful reporting on this site has really gone downhill with the departure of certain writers. In years past, you really felt like you knew things others didn't about the team because you had access to premium articles and the magazine. Now the premium articles are just the magazine divided into their individual pieces. Also, the writers had inside information and actually shared it with us. Now, they either do not have inside information or do not bother to share it because they are afraid of offending sources or for whatever other reason. For example, in a recent article, the writer (I can't recall who) shared that it was one of the worst kept secrets in the NFL that Raheem Morris was way too chummy with his players and that he often went out partying with them after games...win or lose. Well, maybe it was the worst kept secret, but I had never heard it before and never saw it in an article while Raheem was on the job. That is the kind of information I expect to get in a timely manner as a subscriber, like as soon as he knew it. Before Raheem was fired. Maybe even before the Bucs lost 10 straight. However, for some reason, that reporter did not feel the need to report that when it would have mattered. Probably because he did not want to offend Morris. Instead of timely and insightful reporting, we get things like it might be in the best interest of the Bucs to give up their first round pick to sign Arian Foster...even though most now will admit that runningbacks are easier to come by than pretty much any other position and there are plenty of good runningbacks available in free agency that will not cost the Bucs a pick, much less the #5 overall pick. I can read idiotic speculation like that on any message board. Most of the interesting bits of information I read on the Bucs these days are from Profootballtalk.com and local fishwraps like the Tampa Tribune and the St Pete Times. So when I see SR spending time on these kind of fluff articles that in my mind, serve the main purpose of appeasing the team instead of something I might find actually interesting, I get irritated. I want to have access to a journalistic institution that has more loyalty to its readership than it does to the subject on which it reports. I don't feel like PR is that source and these kind of pieces fluffing the team don't do anything to dispell that notion.
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    I agree with cremdonado and burke757. In depth analysis of FA is what is needed prior to March 13.
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    This is what our subscription goes to...ads for millionaires.
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    I know fluff pieces like this are needed,but I would be way more interested in an article about the current state of free agency.. Since many teams have tagged their players, a realistic list of available talent would be way more informative.
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