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Phase three of OTAs started for the Bucs on Tuesday but Vernon Hargreaves wasn’t practicing with the entire team. The guys break down Bruce Arians’ message of why Hargreaves wasn’t out there as we try to get to the bottom of this plot.

Next, we give our thoughts on what else we saw from practice including Matt Gay vs. Cairo Santos in a kicking battle, and the job well done by Breshad Perriman.

To wrap things up, the group addresses the ongoing Gerald McCoy saga. They discuss whether or not he would consider missing mandatory practice in a month from now, and who could be a possible replacement for him in free agency.

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  1. People are sleeping on Perriman. Perriman is going to bring a dimension on offense that hasn’t been seen since Antonio Bryant. Perriman and Evans on the outside. Godwin in the slot and with OJ howard split out a well? Good lord.

    I am surprised the media is sleeping on the Bucs offense. In fairness the Bucs have had two back to back losing seasons and the defense has been disappointing for a while. But why so many media pundits overlook the Bucs offense?

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  2. As for the defense. Let people under estimate Anthony Nelson and D. White. Nelson is a younger, strong version of Nassib while D. White is literally Vilma 2.0 but with more athleticism.

    Murphy-Bunting, Dean and Edwards are also going to ensure the secondary looks NFL average. If the rest of the Bucs secondary players show up the Bucs may finally have a competent secondary.

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  3. Alldaway is very optimistic would be nice if he was right

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  4. Vernon Hargreaves is trying to force a trade, because the Bucs drafted a bunch of corners. He’s totally acting like that meant he wasn’t going to start. Nobody said he wasn’t starting; but, he wants people to feel sorry for him. Did he not smoke weed a year ago to try and force a trade? I can’t believe that wasn’t noted.

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  5. McCoy is almost the same thing; he threw a fit when the Bucs tried to draft Aaron Donald. These players don’t want to be a team. I’d trade them both.

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  6. I’d trade Harbreaves for an Ot or a Dt.

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  7. While I am not expecting a miracle I fully expect our defense to be much improved. It has to be after what we had for the past two years at least.

    I would not be surprised to see us improve in the red zone this year also. I am also confident that our special teams play will be contribute more.

    With our goofy schedule three or four more wins would represent much improvement. A wild card entry into the post-season is probably too much to ask for, improbable but not entirely impossible.

    Coach ’em up BA and staff!
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    Go Bucs!!!!

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  8. Hargreaves sucks imo. He’s a pot smoking China doll. What good is a player always hurt never on field? He’s never played great even when he does play which isn’t often. Lol.

    If these new guys workout he will be traded or cut soon IMO.

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