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May 19, 2014 @ 1:30 pm
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Reynolds Talks Bucs Football On The Pewter Panel

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Mark Cook

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PewterReport.com's publisher Scott Reynolds joined Buccaneers.com recently on a four-person panel to discuss the Buccaneers draft, Tampa Bay's NFC South opponents and a number of other subjects. Below are the links to the video podcasts courtesy of Buccaneers.com.
The Buccaneers wrapped up their draft just over a week ago, selecting six offensive players – a first in franchise history – and over this past weekend held a mini-camp for 50 drafted, undrafted and tryout players.

Last week the Buccaneers invited PewterReport.com publisher Scott Reynolds to join a discussion panel that also included Roy Cummings of the Tampa Tribune along with Buccaneers.com senior writer and editor Scott Smith, and was hosted by Buccaneers’ sideline reporter and player show host T.J. Rives.

The four panelists talked about several topics including recapping the NFL Draft, the NFL South and also what positions are still in need of help with training camp approaching.

Below are the links to the four-part series of The Pewter Panel.

Part I: Draft And Mike Evans
http://www.buccaneers.com/multimedia/videos/519_Pewter_Panel_Mike_Evans/c2e551db-85f8-410c-8340-7e36204709cd
Part II: Second And Third Day Of Draft
http://www.buccaneers.com/multimedia/videos/519_Pewter_Panel_Days_2_3/15b3e7c7-35d5-4fa8-bf51-40f448b0ee8f
Part III: NFC South Teams In The Draft
http://www.buccaneers.com/multimedia/videos/519_Pewter_Panel_NFC_South_Recap/c5fc4ddf-6afe-4edd-865c-5377dc4d15e4
Part IV: Roster Battles
http://www.buccaneers.com/multimedia/videos/519_Pewter_Panel_Roster_Update/5998c03e-ed35-470e-8610-dbb97dd67625

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    I think by now you guys should be doing video segments yourselfs.
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    Roundtables rule.
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    Enjoyed the Panel Discussion but don't believe the story that a number of teams offered top draft choices for Glennon and the Bucs decided then to make him their QB of the Future. There are some teams that are looking for Pocket Passers and their starter has no mobility, and if one of those offered Licht a high draft choice for Glennon, you know Licht would have shipped him off and used that pick to move up and get Carr at the end of the first round for Tedford. After all we need a Future QB with good mobility who can keep a play alive with his feet if necessary. Glennon definitely isn't. More likely all those calls were offering very low picks and L & L decided to let Tedford and Josh do their best to improve Glennon as best they can and then they would showcase him in the Preseason and if a team loses a QB, maybe they could at least get a 3rd pick for him to try and move up next year for the Ducks QB. L & L wouldn't tell anyone that either, so anyone speculating the offers were high, is just speculating.
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    owlykat- The reason you don't believe the story is because you refuse to admit that you may be wrong. All your comments are YOUR opinion based on NO facts.
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    Hey Scott - nice points re:depth....I think your fellow panelists missed a big issue there, in that of course if any team sees it's top players go down to injury the team is going to suffer, but when your back-ups are some guy who's never seen an NFL field at WIL (re: LvD) and some guy who backed up some other guy in Seattle (re: GMC), the drop off would be monumental for the Bucs (like last year we seem to be made of A's and C's with not many B's)....good point!
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    Loved it!
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    I also enjoyed it and I agree with rd String Kicker and hope it becomes a regular segment.
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    Enjoyed it, hope it becomes a regular segment.
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