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    Horse

    Didn’t we trade for Wally Chambers? If my memory serves me right, I think it was a second rounder. Scubog do you know?

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    scubog

    I do Horse. Wally was a college friend with one of my friends In 1978 we gave up our 1979 first round Draft pick (4th overall) and another player for Wally Chambers who was coming off of a knee injury. That 1978 season Wally didn’t do much, but in the Worst to First 1979 season he was instrumental in the teams’ rise to the top of the division. He lasted one more uneventful season. The player the Bears took with our choice was DT Dan Hampton.

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    owlykat

    Scubog, I am 68 yoa and have followed the Bucs from the beginning as you have. Everything you said about Chambers is correct but what I remember best is he spent a lot of his time in the whirlpool tub. I would much rather have used our first round pick on Dan Hampton who would have been a star for us for ten years or more.

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    cream747

    Hey, horse, scubag and all of you doehard lifers as well as you reporters. Just wanted to say thanks. Appreciate all of the reading material and insight info on our team. Since I first subscribed to this site I have had nothing short of good reads and great laughs along the way.

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    seat26

    HE was drafted in the first round by Chicago and started as a DT. He was picked 8th overall. He was in the pro bowl in 75 and 76 and he got in a contract squabble and got traded to Tampa and lined up across from Lee Roy Selmon. He was a beast.

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