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Thursday, 27 October 2011 00:00

In The Lab: RB Madu

Pewter Report's Mark Cook takes a look at one of Tampa Bay's behind-the-scenes players in running back Mossis Madu, who was just signed from the practice squad to the active roster to replace the injured Earnest Graham.

Wednesday, 07 September 2011 04:00

Morris Has Found "Mr. Reliable" In Hayward

Head coach Raheem Morris treasures the versatility that fourth-year linebacker and special teams ace Adam Hayward brings to the Buccaneers, likening him to the Earnest Graham of Tampa Bay’s defense.

With the NFC North replacing the NFC West division on Tampa Bay's schedule this season, the Bucs' slate is much more difficult in 2011 than it was in 2010. Pewter Report's Mark Cook analyzes Tampa Bay's upcoming foes and ranks them in order of hardest to easiest.

Wednesday, 07 September 2011 04:00

In The Lab: CB Anthony Gaitor

Despite a smallish stature, Tampa Bay rookie cornerback Anthony Gaitor, who was one of the Bucs’ seventh-round picks in 2011, is a big-time competitor and is living his NFL dream.

Wednesday, 27 July 2011 23:22

PR Bucs Training Camp Preview: RBs

The Buccaneers running backs are a talented mix of youth and veteran players, but plenty of improvement must be displayed before the season kicks off September 11.
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