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    drdneast

    Talk about a player with two many drops. Dye certainly fits that bill with me and in critical situations as well.
    Humphries only dropped one ball last year that I remember and it would have come back anyway because of a penalty.
    Bell, if he can hold onto the ball in training camp and in preseason, can certainly beat out the dropsy Dye.

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      Dude

      + 1 on Dye dropping the ball a lot. He did not impress me at all.

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    Horse

    I love the competition. Go Bucs!

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    scubog

    Isn’t it refreshing when a coach is a bit more forthcoming than the typical babble? Watched Bell a lot at practice last Training Camp. He seemed to be pressing. Would like Pink’s assessment. He has some obvious talent and I love the Link hairdo. (For you youngsters, Link was a guy with a huge Afro in the TV show Mod Squad)Looking forward to Training Camp to see who stands out.

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    surferdudes

    Who didn’t love hippie chick Peggy Lipton? If Dye has a leg up on Bell we wasted a 5th round pick.

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    drdneast

    Peggy Lipton had lips that could…oh well, never mind.
    Lincoln Hayes I believe was the characters full name, aka as Clarence Williams the III,
    Tige Andrews played their supervisor.
    I’m sure a better understanding of Geometry would have better served me in life, but unfortunately my ADHD only allowed me to fantasize about Mary Ellen Rodgers sitting next to me in class with that short skirt.
    Those damn teenage hormones.

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    scubog

    Mary Ellen Rodgers indeed. Wonder what her Beaver looked like.

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    Bschucher

    Humphries had some of the best hands on the team last season. He deserves a shot at the slot /3 wr group.

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