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August 28, 2013 @ 2:04 pm
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Bucs Sign Norwood, Waive Morgan

Written by Gil
Gil Arcia


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From the Buccaneers communications department:

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced today the signing of wide receiver Jordan Norwood. 

Norwood (5-11, 180) comes to the Buccaneers after playing for the Cleveland Browns the past two seasons, where he recorded 36 receptions for 405 yards and one touchdown. A native of State College, Pa., Norwood played collegiately at Penn State University. He entered the NFL as a college free agent with the Philadelphia Eagles.

The team also announced the waiving of defensive end Aaron Morgan.
Last modified on Thursday, 29 August 2013 07:18

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    Welcone aboard Player Norwood go bucs.GLH
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    If Schiano will start Scott at left DE and bring in Bowers on third down, and keep our first round right DE backed up by Teo and keep our Michigan State prospect to develop and play a little to spell the others--I think our Defensive Line will perform better than last year, and will be OK.
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    Hope we are looking for TE's, DE's, LB's as stocked teams make cuts....
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    Should have signed Joe Adams recently cut by the Panthers. They would have gotten a good slot receiver, an excellent KR/PR, and some Carolina playbook info. Another WR worth a look is 'Touchdown" Tommy Streeter from the U. 6-5, 220, 4.36/40, recently released from the Ravens. Has the measurables and was a star at Miami. Sometimes a change of scenery helps! Anyway, Go Bucs!
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    On a side note, I think there's a good chance that the Seahawks end up cutting M. Bennett on Saturday. I read that C. Clemmons won't be on the PUP and B. Irvin and C. Avril injuries shouldn't keep them out that long. They also have a rookie DE (undrafted I think) that's been making a lot of noise this preseason. With plenty of depth and no sacks from Bennett so far at the price tag of $5 million dollars they may just determine he's not worth it. Now if that happens does Bennett become a FA? If so and we can get him to play for around $2.5 million I say sign him since Bowers came to training camp out of shape. We should have the money laying around since L. Tynes won't be our kicker this year.
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    Pinkstob, I believe that bridge has been burned. Bennett came out last week on ESPN Radio and said some pretty unflattering things about Schiano's interpersonal skills and how he talks down to his players! Don't see that happening!
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    I don't understand some of these signings. Bring them in, take a look for 1 practice and send them packing. A waste of time. Wait until the next cut down and pull someone in who can help. Hint Defensive End!
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