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    • Anonymous

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      Ouch

    • cheveliar

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      I hate to say it guys, but the refs stink up the joint every week. If you, as a team, leave it in the hands of the officials you get what you get. But if you go out, execute, block, tackle and score then you take the game out of their hands and you get what you deserve. Just saying…

    • Anonymous

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      @Cheveliar absolutely, refs blow calls either way with regularity. You can only control what you control and the Bucs have plenty of blame when it comes to dumb mistakes, missed tackles, blown assignments, etc to worry too much about if the official is going to mess things up for you.

    • warrenfb12

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      Andy Benoit also tweeted out that Cameron Brate is the best pure red zone inside vertical tight end in football

    • cheveliar

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      Warrenfb12

      Andy Benoit also tweeted out that Cameron Brate is the best pure red zone inside vertical tight end in football

      Late!!! Real Buc fans already knew that!!! Bratenees baby!!!!

    • JC5100

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      Linemen are taught at all levels to NEVER look back on a screen. I’m tired of this idiot EDS doing stupid shit.

    • Swillyboy15

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      This is a perfect example of what I’ve said about Chuck for 2 years now. He made that play happen all by himself. 20 yards and 2 missed tackles. With no blocking other than Pamphile playing patty cake at the 25 yard line.

      When I say you need more athletic linemen this is the exact thing I’m talking about. If Marpet was in there he would have eliminated that first guy (that Sims jukes anyways) at the first point of attack and eliminated the penalty and the need for Sims to put the move on.

      It was a ticky tacky call anyways but if you had better players to execute the play call… the refs never become a problem in the first place.

    • cheveliar

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      Swillyboy15

      This is a perfect example of what I’ve said about Chuck for 2 years now. He made that play happen all by himself. 20 yards and 2 missed tackles. With no blocking other than Pamphile playing patty cake at the 25 yard line.

      When I say you need more athletic linemen this is the exact thing I’m talking about. If Marpet was in there he would have eliminated that first guy (that Sims jukes anyways) at the first point of attack and eliminated the penalty and the need for Sims to put the move on.

      It was a ticky tacky call anyways but if you had better players to execute the play call… the refs never become a problem in the first place.

      From a player perspective, you can’t do it. You give yourself up to interpretation by the refs and things can only go down hill from there.

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    • cheveliar

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      @CrownlessKing

      Even if it’s not positive about my QB Deity, I’ll take the positive anywhere I can get it.

    • Nobody

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      They should not be let off the hook here. I say it all the time. Redereeing influence in games is significantly damaging the play product by reducing the autonomy of outcomes from the players/coaches. There were two gigantic penalties in this game that were enormously influential to the outcome:

      1) the above utter rubbish call.

      2) the Unnecessary Roughness on Gholston that extended the drive and led to the tieing FG; he was leaping into the hit right as the ball was released and the face mask was into the torso. Nothing about that was a penalty.

    • tog

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      Huge blown calls happen every week.

      One of the most frustrating parts about watching the NFL now is waiting for the inevitable flag after every big play.

      And the worst part is, a lot of the calls are arbitrary. And now the NFL is apparently considering adding another layer of complexity with “targeting”.

      Ugh.

      • Hey Hey Tampa Bay

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        …never apologize for the zebras…..BUT

        this is nothing new…..for as long as I’ve been watching football whenever there is a big play the first thing a spectator does is look around for flags. …sometimes I start looking before the play is even over…..

        ……you just need to make sure as a coach or fan your letting the officials know about shitty calls and surprise a shitty call comes your way……

        I’m more concerned with the socio-engineering of the league. As I’ve said many times I feel the Buc fans have been the victim of inferior coaching and QB play for the past 2 QB’s.

    • The Anti-Java

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      Stroud giving NOBODY and PewterReport the brush off.

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      Not play calling. You should check play breakdowns on message board @PewterReport
      4:49 AM – 7 Dec 2017

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      I got my own message boards, thanks.

    • BucsWin31

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      3rd & 2 and our CBs give them a 7 yrd cusion. If Koetter doesn’t fire his friend Smith, then both of them can go. This is a joke

    • Biggs3535

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      BucsWin31
      Dec 7, 17 at 12:49 pm #1046403

      3rd & 2 and our CBs give them a 7 yrd cusion. If Koetter doesn’t fire his friend Smith, then both of them can go. This is a joke

      It’s been an issue all year. Contrary to what certain posters think, this continues to be on the DC.

      And lolz @ Dr. Stroud. That guy is clueless.

    • Nobody

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      Stroud giving NOBODY and PewterReport the brush oFG

      How dare he! I am a very special and unique snowflake! :)

      This NFL season sucks:

      – Bucs
      – Rampant bad officiating
      – The effing Eagles are good and have a bright future
      – Tons of injuries to major players significantly affecting playoff contenders; Rodgers, and Watt/Watson among them (OBJ sucks too)

      The last one particularly sucks because you have the Houston feel-good angle and a promising young QB out of the RotY race.

    • Anonymous

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      The tweet Stroud responded to was actually directed at someone else. Funny though

      Stroud has been dealing with Winston favs for days, ever since he wrote about the turnovers. The Winston Army is relentless lol

    • DonkeyHunter

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      @CrownlessKing

      Dec 7, 17 at 2:20 pm #1046414
      The tweet Stroud responded to was actually directed at someone else. Funny though

      Stroud has been dealing with Winston favs for days, ever since he wrote about the turnovers. The Winston Army is relentless lol

      What message board is Stroud referring to as his own?

    • TBayXXXVII

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      @nobody
      You know, it’s funny that you mention that “The effing Eagles are good and have a bright future”, because I remember getting into debates just 2 years ago about how the Bucs were being far more ruined by Lovie Smith than the Eagles by Chip Kelly. Here we are now and the Eagles have a shot at the #1 seed and we’re looking at a top 10 draft pick.

    • GottaJaboo

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      The Eagles….man, let’s slow down on them. Just like Dak last season. I like their team and think they’ll have a good run THIS YEAR, but, let’s not get carried away by what’s going on there. They are built for this year and this year alone.

      GoldsonAges on 2nd round pick, Safety, Justin Evans, out of Texas A&M – “coaching can’t fix this”.

      • TBayXXXVII

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        @gottajaboo
        You are so WRONG about the Eagles that it’s not even funny.
        On their DLine, they have Cox & Jernigan signed for 4 more years and Curry for 3 more. The only guy they really need to worry about is Graham who has 1 more left. Fortunately, they have 2 drafts to replace him if they can’t re-sign him.

        Their LB corp is pretty well set too. Kendricks, Walker, (and backup Grugier-Hill), are all signed for 2 more seasons. Bradham still has 1 more year left.

        Their secondary is set too with 3 guys (Jenkins, McLeod, and Jones), signed for 3 more seasons. Mills has 2 more left, and Darby 1 more. So, while Jones recovers from his injury, they’re not hurting.

        Offensively they’re stacked too. Johnson is signed for 4 more, Brooks & Kelce for 3 more, and Wisniewski & Vaitai have 2 more years. Their entire starting OLine is under contract, as a unit, for at least 2 more years.

        Along with Wentz, they just locked in Jeffery who is a solid receiver. No, he’s not a super star, but he is a quality / reliable receiver (when healthy). Agholor came on strong this season and has at least 1 more season left with a team option for another one. Yeah, Torrey Smith blows and will likely not be back next season, but WR’s can be obtained in the draft. Having Agholor and Jeffery allows you time to find that replacement, especially since they have Ertz locked in for 4 more years. With Celek only having 1 more left, I think they’ll be able to keep him on “just in case”, at a relatively cheap price because he’s 32.

        Their RB’s, right now are their achillies heal and it’s possible that Ajayi solved that problem. If he doesn’t, RB’s are readily attainable in the draft (unless you’re the Bucs). Depth-wise they’re fine. Clement and Smallwood are perfectly acceptable complimentary players and they’re both locked in for 2 more seasons. Even Ajayi has 1 more left.

        Virtually the entire team could come back next season. A team that’s going to win at least 12 games. The biggest negative they have is that in this draft, they don’t have a 2nd or 3rd round pick. That could hurt, but it might not. They do have an extra 4th and 5th. They could decide to trade down, out of the 1st and pick up an extra pick this year and even next year. As of right now, they have their full complement of picks for 2019, plus an extra conditional pick coming from the Broncos (pick not yet known). In all, they’re not hurting in a real way. This team has a foundation to be dominant for a few more years.

    • DCGoth

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      @TBayXXXVII

      While your initial point is good, the success / failure of Eagles / Bucs is less about the Chipmunk and Lovie, and more about the Eagles getting Pederson, along with a decent group underneath, while we get the Koetter / Smith Experience. (At this point, I’d take Jim Bob Cooter as a coach here, despite his name sounding like he’s a 70s porn star. 😎)

      I’d rather have a beer bottle in front of me than a pre-frontal lobotomy.


       

      • TBayXXXVII

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        @dcgoth
        Your logic is faulty. Chip Kelly, even with all the crap being slung around about him, left that organization with a lot of talent. Remember, he had 2 seasons where he won 10 games and the season where everyone killed him, they still won 7. Their success isn’t only because of Pederson and their coaching staff. It’s primarily because they found a franchise QB and they have talent… talent which for the most part, was already there under Chip Kelly. Had Licht and Lovie left Koetter with a franchise QB and talent, the Bucs right now would have something like 8 to 10 wins instead of 8 to 10 losses.

        The Eagles always had a good DLine and OLine under Chip Kelly. Now, I’m not saying that it was because of Chip Kelly, because Roseman was there and picking players too. That foundation was set under Chip Kelly. He clearly did NOT ruin that team by any stretch of the imagination.

        The defense that Lovie left behind is/was in shambles. There is/was never any pass rush. There is/was never any good OLine blocking. Lovie Smith left this team with maybe 5 or 6 legit players and the rest are roster fodder where each of those players are just a draft away from being replaced.

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      BucsWin31
      Dec 7, 17 at 12:49 pm #1046403
      3rd & 2 and our CBs give them a 7 yrd cusion

      I was hollering at the TV as they lined up for this play. I just don’t get it.

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      We need our own “jaguars guy” for super creative and effective defensive schemes dreamed up by m smith

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      DonkeyHunter
      Dec 7, 17 at 2:38 pm #1046416

      What message board is Stroud referring to as his own?

      ###

      He means twitter. He is pretty active on twitter between his podcast and just interacting with fans.

      It was a fan who tweeted that the offense’s woes were play calling. Stroud was saying it was not play calling, but rather Winston (or, at best, both). The tweet about PR and Nobody was directed at the fan, not Stroud, but it looks like Stroud took it as directed at him.

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      Stroud is one of the least qualified guys to write on sports. He’s click bait joe.

      GoldsonAges on 2nd round pick, Safety, Justin Evans, out of Texas A&M – “coaching can’t fix this”.

    • The Anti-Java

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      Those damn Stick Carriers put a jinx on the season. Once Dirk got cozy with them, the season went to hell. Then when they elected HATE president, the stuff really hit the fan.

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      Impeach HATE!

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      Dec 8, 17 at 6:56 am #1046533
      Impeach HATE!
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      LOL

    • GottaJaboo

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      @TBayXXXVII – All valid points. Here’s the thing, until we see Wentz do it the year after he’s successful (next year), we simply don’t know if he’s an every year answer. We would need everyone’s hands and feet on the red board to count the # of times an Andy Dalton, Cam Newton, Matt Ryan or, Rick Mirer had a great season, early in their career, followed by a shitbox season. Anyone that says “I can see where Wentz is going to great for a decade…” is allowing the lust of his game this season blind the defensive strategy that is sure to be thrown his way very soon.

      It’s the Vikings to lose as they are the most stout team defensively in the NFC. Eagles will probably lose prior to the NFC Championship game.

      GoldsonAges on 2nd round pick, Safety, Justin Evans, out of Texas A&M – “coaching can’t fix this”.

    • Nobody

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      @GottaJaboo

      On that I’ll agree. We need to see multiple years of this level of play from Weintz (from any player) until we can say “this is who he is.” If he comes back from orbit next year and is just an 8-12 guy the next few years then we’ll have:

      – One year of MVP play
      – One year of expected Rookie inconsistency
      – Two years of 8-12

      So who is he then?

    • GottaJaboo

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      @Nobody – Yep. I would have to say, he’s trending in the right direction and makes super quick decisions. Philly has every right to be optimistic. However, as stated, we have seen this many times before. I have a tendency to want to root for Wentz, but man, I could never root for the Eagles, just abhorrent to everything I stand for as a fan.

      GoldsonAges on 2nd round pick, Safety, Justin Evans, out of Texas A&M – “coaching can’t fix this”.

    • DonkeyHunter

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      Anyone that says “I can see where Wentz is going to great for a decade…” is allowing the lust of his game this season blind the defensive strategy that is sure to be thrown his way very soon.

      Oh, the irony…

    • TBayXXXVII

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      @tbayxxxvii – All valid points. Here’s the thing, until we see Wentz do it the year after he’s successful (next year), we simply don’t know if he’s an every year answer. We would need everyone’s hands and feet on the red board to count the # of times an Andy Dalton, Cam Newton, Matt Ryan or, Rick Mirer had a great season, early in their career, followed by a shitbox season. Anyone that says “I can see where Wentz is going to great for a decade…” is allowing the lust of his game this season blind the defensive strategy that is sure to be thrown his way very soon.

      It’s the Vikings to lose as they are the most stout team defensively in the NFC. Eagles will probably lose prior to the NFC Championship game.

      Well hang on. This is a completely separate argument. You initially said that the Eagles were built for one season… that’s completely false, they are built with the foundation in place to win for a number of years. Now, if you want to say that everything hinges on Wentz, that’s wrong too. Even with Foles (we’ll see proof of that now), the Eagles are a good team. Will they win the Super Bowl? Most likely no, I’d certainly bet against them, but let’s face it… there was no guarantee that they were going to win even with Wentz.

      Next season, if Wentz isn’t ready in September and misses the first 5 or 6 games (for example), there’s still enough talent on that team to win at least 3 or 4 of them, if not more, with Foles. Also, the one thing that differs between Wentz and every other QB you mentioned… including guys like Mariota, Winston, and Prescott, is that we saw Wentz take a team with limited offensive talent and not only make a huge jump in his own personal development, but he’s making other players around him better.

      Is Carson Wentz a lock for superstardom? No. He may pull a Blake Bortles and go from garbage to stud to garbage, but I don’t really see that happening. Even if he does though, this Eagles team will still be able to win. Look at Jacksonville now. They depended on Bortles last season and that killed them, but look at them this year. They go out and add a (potentially), stud RB and BOOM, they coddle Bortles and the they’re a playoff team and are likely to win the division. That’s where the Eagles are at. Now, will that make them a Super Bowl favorite? No, but they’re still a playoff caliber team. Something we CAN NOT say about our Buccaneers.

    • The Anti-Java

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      I couldn’t be there, but great to see @CubsJoeMadd and wife Jaye among those supporting Bucs’ @MikeEvans13_ and @ashlievans213 at tonight’s event to launch the Mike Evans Family Foundation. @Maddonrespect90

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      Winston with the photobomb.

    • GIJoeWasThere

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      More photobombs than wins. Cool.

    • Nobody

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      Joe coloring his hair? That is a bad look (stay w/ the Dos Equis grey). But he has lost the uber-paunch he was working on.

    • cheveliar

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      Nice pics AJ, I miss Joe Maddon. Don’t get me started on the Rays. I’m about to kick them to the curb like I have with the Magic Magic. I don’t even watch their asses any more much less giving them my hard earned money to watch them screw up that franchise even more. And become a front running bastard for the Stros!!!!

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      Hey everybody just wanted y’all to meet my little guy Elijah ! He got his new bike for Christmas #Dline #Christmas #Bikes #Mynewfriend . #Giveback #community

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      Awesome

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      Saints Signed Veteran DE George Johnson, Waived OT Bryce Harris
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    • GottaJaboo

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      107 points? Ouch. Manning and the Colts would get that in 4 games.

      GoldsonAges on 2nd round pick, Safety, Justin Evans, out of Texas A&M – “coaching can’t fix this”.

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      The Anti-Java
      Dec 7, 17 at 12:48 pm #1046402
      Stroud giving NOBODY and PewterReport the brush off.

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      Not play calling. You should check play breakdowns on message board @PewterReport
      4:49 AM – 7 Dec 2017

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      I got my own message boards, thanks.
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      LoL

      I saw that

    • The Anti-Java

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      @davisdoug
      @NFLSTROUD rick, who starts at rb for the bucs this week, martin or barber?
      6:51 PM – 13 Dec 2017

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      I honestly don’t know. They came close to starting Barber last week but Doug Martin was great in practice. I know. Practice. But considering the Detroit game…should this even be a decision?

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      Bucs’ Mike Evans gives the gift of perspective

    • cheveliar

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      Nice pics AJ. No matter what our record is, it warms my heart to see our guys spending time with kids in the community.

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      Amen

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      Bucs guard J.R. Sweezy on Dirk Koetter: “I fully stand behind him, he’s a great coach. There’s no chance he’s lost this team. I enjoy coming to work every day to try and build something here that will be remembered forever . Coach Koetter will get this thing turned around.”
      1 min ago – 14 Dec 2017

      The current team may be remembered forever alright, SMH

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      Players get more delusional than fans I’m afraid. Although Philly fan is at an all time delusional place right now. Holy Cow!

      GoldsonAges on 2nd round pick, Safety, Justin Evans, out of Texas A&M – “coaching can’t fix this”.

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      Missouri names Vernon Hargreaves its inside linebackers coach

      11:59 AM – 14 Dec 2017

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      For the Bucs’ Monday Night Football game, in which Jon Gruden will be inducted into the Buccaneer Ring of Honor, his sons Deuce, Mike and Jayson will lead the players out of the tunnel as the Bucs’ honorary flag runners.

      1 min ago- 15 Dec 2017

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      Monday Night Football truck is here at One Buc, with Jon Gruden and Sean McDonough on field at end of Bucs practice today …

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      The ESPN Monday Night Football crew is out at Bucs practice, including Bucs Super Bowl-winning head coach Jon Gruden, who will be inducted into the Buccaneer Ring of Honor at halftime.

    • The Anti-Java

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      While I think Dirk Koetter May be in over his head as a head coach not as an offensive coordinator I do not think he should be fired, #bucs need stability in the franchise

      17 Dec 2017

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      Haha Cam having fun!!!!

      1 min ago – 17 Dec 2017

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      Bucs’ Kwon Alexander honoring Jon Gruden with special “Chucky” cleats for Monday Night Football

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      Look at the faces of these children. Gerald McCoy surprises 40 single parent families with Christmas after a holiday dinner. 5th yr of event. All paid by McCoy family.

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      So many faces just like this one from kids opening their presents at Gerald McCoy’s Christmas event for single-parent families.
      @JennaLaineESPN

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      Check out this guy’s new bike, courtesy of Bucs defensive tackle Gerald McCoy and his family, who put on their fifth annual McCoy Family Christmas event Tuesday night.
      @JennaLaineESPN
      5 hours ago

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      This mother of two told me that McCoy’s event is helping them out a lot after they lost their car due to an auto accident.

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      Loving the kids AJ, again nice to see our guys giving back. It’s so important.

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      And yet some hate on McCoy. Smh

      Great to see our team doing things like this.

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      McCoy is so soft. Giving back to the community. Weak.

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      LOL @Nobody, you gotta know some people think that for real. I’m sure some troll will come along and agree.

    • Nobody

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      I think the only thing that will placate some people is if McCoy went out into the deep woods with just a hatchet and a loin cloth and came back to civilization 3 weeks later all bearded, bloodied, leading a pack of wild timber wolves and carrying a half-eaten grizzly bear carcass over his shoulder.

      Everything else (being a good dad/husband for instance, playing several games on one wheel) is soft.

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      @Nobody

      I think the only thing that will placate some people is if McCoy went out into the deep woods with just a hatchet and a loin cloth and came back to civilization 3 weeks later all bearded, bloodied, leading a pack of wild timber wolves and carrying a half-eaten grizzly bear carcass over his shoulder.

      Shit…

      That’s just another Wednesday for Monte…

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      It’s official…meet the 2018 Class newest Minnesota Gopher. Mayan Ahanotu

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      We are thrilled to announce our newest addition to our coaching staff!, Former @FresnoStateFB legend and @TBBuccaneers Super Bowl winner, @MPittman_Sr is joining our staff as Running Back Coach!

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      He looks nothing like Chidi, save the hair lol. I hope he got some blood tests.

    • The Anti-Java

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      During the “Great American Teach-in” WWE wrestler Thaddeus Bullard “Titus O’Neil” shares his life story with students at Ruskin Elementary School on Thursday, November 16, 2017.

      WWE wrestler Thaddeus Bullard “Titus O’Neil” is having fun in the Tampa Bay area with all of his humanitarian projects of giving back to the community. Bullard is working hard to pull off one of the largest city-wide gift giving events on December 23rd titled the “Joy of Giving.” A collaborative of faith based organizations, local corporations and several non-profit organizations that will help in providing services and gifts for families in need.

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      SAN DIEGO (AP) — Dick Enberg, the longtime sportscaster who got his big break with UCLA basketball and went on to call Super Bowls, Olympics, Final Fours and Angels and Padres baseball games, died Thursday. He was 82.

      Engberg’s daughter, Nicole, confirmed the death to The Associated Press.
      She said the family became concerned when he didn’t arrive on his flight to Boston on Thursday, and that he was found dead at his home in La Jolla, a San Diego neighborhood, with his bags packed.

      “He was dressed with his bags packed at the door,” wife Barbara told the Union-Tribune. “We think it was a heart attack.”

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      Cheveliar
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      He looks nothing like Chidi, save the hair lol. I hope he got some blood tests.

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      Funny.

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      @AJ

      During the “Great American Teach-in” WWE wrestler Thaddeus Bullard “Titus O’Neil” shares his life story with students at Ruskin Elementary School on Thursday, November 16, 2017.

      WWE wrestler Thaddeus Bullard “Titus O’Neil” is having fun in the Tampa Bay area with all of his humanitarian projects of giving back to the community. Bullard is working hard to pull off one of the largest city-wide gift giving events on December 23rd titled the “Joy of Giving.” A collaborative of faith based organizations, local corporations and several non-profit organizations that will help in providing services and gifts for families in need.

      Saw this cat and the things he does in our community on BayNews9. What a great guy. Made me go in my wallet and donated. Never seen a better cause.

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      God Bless the Enberg family. Another iconic voice of/in sports gone. RIP Dick, I for one loved listening to you.

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      44s44 seconds ago

      Bucs announce they have released receiver Jake Lampman from their practice squad.

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      It’s James Harrison. And no. Don’t see the need for a 39 year old pass rusher who played eight snaps a game and has one sack, especially with one game remaining after Sunday.

      @jwenz27
      @NFLSTROUD, @gregauman, I see the #Steelers just released LB #Jameshamilton go and #Bucs are looking for a good established player along with good pass rusher. Koetter and Jason should be on the phone calling this guy. Agree or disagree
      Show this thread
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      Rashaad Penny just scored his 4th TD for @GoAztecs. Say it again,,,will be a steal for someone in the NFL Draft.

      3:22 PM – 23 Dec 2017

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      GM!!! Traveling to charlotte today. Road trips arent as fun when your team is 4-10. 😕Good thing the checks clear.🙃

      7:28 AM – 23 Dec 2017

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      Good to see Boid attending the Panthers game.

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      Mood when yo baby daddy heading into free agency at 35 but the “league favorites” are making $12+M a year and cant do what what your man does IN THEIR PRIME, let alone their mid 30’s. 🙄I said all that to say this: a real one is will be a free agent in a week! #GetExcited 😛😛😛 #TeamGrimey #NewChapter 🥂

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      Liked Grimes. But, knew his time here would be short lived.

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      I don’t see how it could have been anything but short at his age. He could sign on for another year but Miko sees the writing on the wall concerning coaching changes here. I think he would stay with us if we wanted to keep him, but at what cost?

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      Jerry said today Garrett will be back for 2018 season.

      Meanwhile, crickets from OBP.

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      Chidi ripping Stroud.

      Rick Stroud‏
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      Rick Stroud Retweeted Chidi Ahanotu
      Chidi with all due respect, it’s a BLOG POST. It’s a way of relating to people what others have said. I have a column damn near every day. This is another perspective, one from a HOF TE. This IS social media.Rick Stroud added,
      Chidi Ahanotu

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      Cmon Rick. Almost your entire article is filled with quotes from other sources. Articles aren’t supposed to be like social media posts. Actually WRITE & CREATE. #FanOfJameis
      – 27 Dec 2017

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      If Garrett is back next season, the Cowboys will win 6 games. It’s so funny that Cowboy fan thought they had some young dynasty in the making. Team couldn’t be more average and it starts with their QB.

      GoldsonAges on 2nd round pick, Safety, Justin Evans, out of Texas A&M – “coaching can’t fix this”.

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      What’s Chidi doing these days besides giving Stroud grief?

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      Among ways Harrison tried to get himself out of Pittsburgh, one team source said Harrison was known to sleep in a recliner chair during position meetings and snore loudly while Joey Porter would teach.

      27 Dec 2017

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      Bucs offensive coordinator Todd Monken: “It’s still about winning. It’s still about competing. We haven’t seen anybody from our side [giving up], from what I can see, anybody that’s just like ‘F it.’”

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      Among ways Harrison tried to get himself out of Pittsburgh, one team source said Harrison was known to sleep in a recliner chair during position meetings and snore loudly while Joey Porter would teach.

      27 Dec 2017

      I read that and my first thought was that I have a really hard time believing that Joey Porter would just sit there and take that. I’ve seen that guy flip shit for way less.

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      #Jets TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins (@Aesj88): ‘I haven’t had any alcohol in 342 days. That’s my biggest accomplishment.’

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      Today’s hot rumor

      To recap, Belicheck and Kraft are on the outs, so Belicheck said F-you to Kraft by sending Garroplo to San Fran for a ham sandwich. Because Kraft refused to start Jimmy over Brady.

      So anyway, Belicheck will be out of there pretty quick before the whole thing comes crashing down with assistants leaving for HC jobs because of Bills recommendations.
      And Bill wants to retire to Florida and be a football czar type, no coaching involved.

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      @Anti-Java Stroud should be ripped every time he attempts to put out anything called an article. Dude has single handedly stopped more people from reading the fish wrap than the internet.

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      I give the PR guys a hard time, but my condolences to Mark.

      Mark Cook‏
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      Sometime early this morning the Lord whispered and told my mother to stand up from her wheelchair, it’s time to come home. She did. I love u

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      I give the PR guys a hard time, but my condolences to Mark.

      Prayers to Mark and his family.

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      No doubt. Condolences my friend. My prayers are with you and your family.

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      Deleted…already posted in another thread.

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      Mark Cook‏
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      For those asking about my Mama’s service. Thank you so much for those who’ve reached out ❤️Emma Cook’s Memorial Page

      https://t.co/54fUCUBvxQ

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      Condolences, Mark. So sorry to hear of your loss.

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      Mark,

      Condolences here, too.

      I’d rather have a beer bottle in front of me than a pre-frontal lobotomy.


       

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      I really feel for your loss Mark. I’m sure she was one of a kind and had a big heart. We care and really love you bro, when you’re hurting so are we… Just know we are all thinking and sending prayers to you and your family.

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      No I will not. I’m very happy with what I’m doing right now. But at 10M/yr I might at least think about it😀😀

      @MrBoutte
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      Coach will you interview for one of those @NFL coaching jobs?
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      Prayers to you and your family Mark. Tough stuff.

      GoldsonAges on 2nd round pick, Safety, Justin Evans, out of Texas A&M – “coaching can’t fix this”.

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      My condolence, Mr. Cook.

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      Good post JASHER.

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      Prayers to Mark and his family. It’s so hard when a parent passes.

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      Mark, May God bless you and your family.

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      Cheveliar
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      @Anti-Java Stroud should be ripped every time he attempts to put out anything called an article. Dude has single handedly stopped more people from reading the fish wrap than the internet.
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      Agree

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      Luke Easterling

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      I’ve seen a lot of #Bucs fans wanting to move Marpet back to G, and I understand why on the surface. But he took his lumps this year, and I would expect that experience + another offseason to make him much more comfortable there next year.

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      It seems some want to move him back because our other guards sucked. That’s not the answer; the answer is to get better guards to play next to him

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      I agree Crownless, also send Warhop packing. Guards will be available in free agency.

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      CrownlessKing

      It seems some want to move him back because our other guards sucked. That’s not the answer; the answer is to get better guards to play next to him

      This ^^^^

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      It seems some want to move him back because our other guards sucked. That’s not the answer; the answer is to get better guards to play next to him

      Completely agreed. The fact that Marpet played as well as he did this year (in his very first year playing Center) with very poor Guard play on both sides of him is a testament to what he put on the field and his potential. Center play is always improved (and hampered) by the quality of the play to the left and right of them.

      Step 1 – Cut Sweezy.
      Step 2 – Allocate that money to UFA Andrew Norwell (and another mil if necessary as he has been very good the last two years, not just contract year).
      Step 3 – Find a mauling Guard in the draft (I just don’t see us supplanting DSmith with the OTs in this draft…and I’m much higher on the value of Guards than other people are while I also don’t find that just moving a successful Tackle, who is used to playing with different leverage and moving differently, to Guard is always going to be the answer…which is why I’m fine with Nelson if Chubb isn’t there).
      Step 4 – Sign/draft an interior swingman for depth.
      Step 5 – Profit.

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      step 5 is my favorite!

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      Martin Fennelly‏
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      Tua Good to be true

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      This is the world we live in. I was thinking about ESPN and they laid off, I don’t know 100 people? … How many people did they lay off over the last year? More?!

      Many of which were talented journalists covering the NBA. So this is not an ESPN judgement, it’s a societal thing more than anything. But where we’re going is away from covering the game and we’re getting closer to just sensationalized news, and it’s not even news, it’s just complete nonsense. But if you package that irrational nonsense with some glitter and ribbon, people are gonna watch.

      I’ve talked to people in the media and said ‘Why do you guys have to cover that guy.’ They say ‘We don’t want to. Nobody wants to. But our bosses tell us we have to because of the ratings and the readership.’

      So somewhere, I guess in Lithuania, LaVar Ball is laughing. People are eating out his hands for no apparent reason. Other than he’s become like the Kardashian of the NBA or something and that sells. That’s true in politics and entertainment and now sports. It doesn’t matter if there’s any substance involved with an issue. It’s just ‘Can we make it really interesting.’ For no apparent reason. There’s nothing interesting about that story. You know how many parents of my players have probably been at home thinking ‘Why isn’t he playing my kid.’ Yet we’re sticking a microphone in front of his face because apparently it gets ratings. I don’t know who cares, but people must care or ESPN wouldn’t be spending whatever they’re spending.

      Steve Kerr

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      Gerald McCoy

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      Yet I didn’t receive a single vote for all-pro. This just obviously means there is sooooo much work to be done…… I hear you voters. Preciate the extra push!! Not good enough. I’m on it.

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      love Kerr’s take

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      Former Buccaneers’ kicker Roberto Aguayo is signing with the Los Angeles Chargers, per source. A fresh start in LA for the former second-round pick on a team that needs a kicker.

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      Trump 2016
      Oprah 2020
      Chelsea 2024
      Malia 2028
      Bieber 2032

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        Bieber 2032

        Funny, but Biebs is Canadian born so can’t run… also he may be dead from drugs or something by then.

        Better push would be Taylor Swift, she’s far more ‘business’ oriented/focused.

        They also left out ‘The Rock’ who is considering running…

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      👽JC De La Torre ☠️
      #RaiderNation is a cult. They need to feel loved so Jon is telling them what they all want to hear. If the Glazers offered him an identical deal, he’d be the #Bucs new head coach.

      @NFLSTROUD
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      You sure about that?

      👽JC De La Torre ☠️‏
      Well he’s lying to someone. It’s either us or them. Considering he made his life here in the Tampa Bay area, is in the team’s ring of honor and has been around One Buc a lot this year, I think it’s them. But you’d probably know more than I.

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      @The Anti-java – hopefully our country has learned it’s lesson regarding electing someone without prior experience. Yeah, yeah, yeah, like everyone else, I just closed on my third house in the past year but, Trump has nothing to do with that and has continued to divide our country in the name of personal gain.

      GoldsonAges on 2nd round pick, Safety, Justin Evans, out of Texas A&M – “coaching can’t fix this”.

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      Go Bucs.

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      Titans-Chargers is third NFL London game for 2018. No Bucs trip to England this season …
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      NFL VP of international says that the Falcons and Bucs will play London games in the future as part of their Super Bowl hosting contracts

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      Bucs FB/TE Alan Cross and OL Mike Liedtke both had sports hernia surgery today. Both expected to be fully recovered in time for offseason conditioning/OTAs.

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      Another January birthday. This time it’s Eric—Happy 26th! And a look back to 17 years ago

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      The Anti-Java
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      👽JC De La Torre ☠️
      #RaiderNation is a cult. They need to feel loved so Jon is telling them what they all want to hear. If the Glazers offered him an identical deal, he’d be the #Bucs new head coach.

      @NFLSTROUD
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      You sure about that?

      👽JC De La Torre ☠️‏
      Well he’s lying to someone. It’s either us or them. Considering he made his life here in the Tampa Bay area, is in the team’s ring of honor and has been around One Buc a lot this year, I think it’s them. But you’d probably know more than I.

      I can tell you for a fact that Gruden recently made an offer on a larger home in Avila and the owner rejected the offer. The owner made a counter offer. Gruden has since backed away from the possible purchase of said home. Why was he trying to buy a home in Tampa if he was planning to go to the Raiders? Also I heard his son was not all that crazy about playing at Carrollwood Day School.

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      I can tell you for a fact that Gruden recently made an offer on a larger home in Avila and the owner rejected the offer. The owner made a counter offer. Gruden has since backed away from the possible purchase of said home. Why was he trying to buy a home in Tampa if he was planning to go to the Raiders? Also I heard his son was not all that crazy about playing at Carrollwood Day School.
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      Possibly because he knew he was coming into a large bundle of cash, and wanted to upgrade the offseason crib?

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      “It will eventually come down to me playing on the tag or not,” Bell said. “They tag me again, it will be me [saying], ‘OK, do I want to play on the tag or do I not want to play on the tag?’ That’s what it comes down to. If I was a free agent and they let me go, be a free agent, then yeah, I’m going to go explore free agency, test the market.”

      LeVeon Bell

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      PITTSBURGH — At age 25 and fresh off a first-team All-Pro season, Le’Veon Bell is putting his own football future in question.

      The Pittsburgh Steelers running back told ESPN that he’s prepared to sit out a season, or even retire, if franchise tagged for the second consecutive year.

      “I hope it doesn’t come to that, but I would definitely consider it,” he said before Thursday’s practice.

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      Ha @ Leveon Bell. If I am the Steelers, I am calling his bluff.

      GoldsonAges on 2nd round pick, Safety, Justin Evans, out of Texas A&M – “coaching can’t fix this”.

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      Pay that man please. The owners can’t keep all the gottdamn money @GottaJaboo. One big hit and Bell is paralyzed below the waist like his teammate.

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      I think he is set to make 15 mill even if he is franchised again. Don’t cry for me Le’Veon Bell.

      GoldsonAges on 2nd round pick, Safety, Justin Evans, out of Texas A&M – “coaching can’t fix this”.

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      Seeing AB get $17 mil per year… you know he’s going to want at least $9 or 10 mil per year to sign a long term deal.

      They’re both considered the best at their position. AB gets the most cash annually (even though Hopkins has a longer, richer deal- AB gets more per year) and you know Bell wants the same.

      Pittsburgh could be looking at $27 million a year for 2 players.

      All those players in Pitt saw Shazier go down on the field and come back to practice in a wheelchair. They probably all have the “Cash in now” mentality. I can’t say I’d blame them.

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      That 15 million would be guaranteed. There is no signing bonus or any of that for tagged players, they get paid per game played. If they get hurt or god forbid they suffer a career ending injury it’s over for them. Owners are getting guaranteed money from the broadcast contracts, coaches sign a contract and their salaries are guaranteed. Bell is the top back in the league and he can’t get some type of monetary security? C’mon man.

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      Not likely to happen, but sign Bell for a boatload, we have the cap room. Pair him with Barber. Go linemen heavy in the draft. And we would be good to go.

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      The franchise tag isn’t fair for RB’s. They have REALLY short life spans in the league for the most part and this allows teams to control them without committing large guaranteed money. I totally get where Bell is coming from. If he played any other position and dominated the way he does he’d get paid and probably get 50+ mil guaranteed.

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      I’d make Bell the highest paid rb in the league to come here. We will throw 30 million at scrubs that play premium positions and fail… I say get a star at a non-premium position so at the very least we fill a hole.

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      #Alouettes sign QB Josh Freeman

      http://3downnation.com/2018/01/12/alouettes-close-to-a-deal-with-qb-josh-freeman/ … #Montreal #AlsMTL #CFL

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      Shane Missler, 20, claimed the $450 million Mega Millions jackpot on Friday, Jan. 12, 2018. He purchased the winning ticket at a 7Eleven on Ridge Road in Pasco County.

      The 20-year-old, whose social media accounts are full of references to New England, the Boston Celtics and the Patriots football team, plans to move away from the Tampa Bay area. His online presence is overwhelmingly uplifting, with inspirational quotes dotting a Twitter feed and the bio section of a sparsely updated Instagram account reading: “I wake up everyday saying ‘Thank you’ ” and “Chase your dreams.”

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      I guess JC works for the Allouettes?

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      Sefo Liufau set 99 records as a four-year starter with the Colorado Buffaloes. He said he won’t pursue an NFL career but will instead return to school to finish his degree.

      “Actually it was a couple of days ago that I decided to walk away from the game,” Liufau said from the Bellarmine Prep campus at the Tacoma Athletic Commision’s distinguished achievement award ceremony on Thursday. “It was very tough. I have been struggling with it ever since I left Tampa Bay … whether I should continue to pursue (the NFL) or not.

      He signed with the Buccaneers as an undrafted free agent last May. He injured his knee in the final preseason game against the Washington Redskins. He was placed on injured reserve, and waived with the settlement two days later.

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      Per ProFootball Talk Josh Freeman signs to play in CFL

      “Former NFL quarterback Josh Freeman signed a two-year contract with the Montreal Alouettes, David William Naylor of TSN reports.”

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        Per ProFootball Talk Josh Freeman signs to play in CFL

        “Former NFL quarterback Josh Freeman signed a two-year contract with the Montreal Alouettes, David William Naylor of TSN reports.”

        ———-
        still making money at playing football – didn’t expect it – good for him as I thought he’d be working at a Walmart in Kansas the rest of his life….

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      The Anti-Java
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      Jed
      Jan 11, 18 at 9:40 pm #1054966

      I can tell you for a fact that Gruden recently made an offer on a larger home in Avila and the owner rejected the offer. The owner made a counter offer. Gruden has since backed away from the possible purchase of said home. Why was he trying to buy a home in Tampa if he was planning to go to the Raiders? Also I heard his son was not all that crazy about playing at Carrollwood Day School.
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      Possibly because he knew he was coming into a large bundle of cash, and wanted to upgrade the offseason crib?

      There was no need to upgrade. The home he owns now in Avila is really nice for an off-season crib. I just don’t buy the it was only the Raiders for Chucky storyline.

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      @FootballScoop
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      Whoa Nellie – Heaven is getting a great one.

      The great Keith Jackson has died. Rest in peace Keith. Thank you for so much. Prayers.

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      @Anti-Java
      Did Josh change agents?

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      Did Josh change agents?
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      Same agent as Johnny Football. Erik Burhardt.
      Erik told the CFL teams, hey you want Johnny? How about a little love for my boy Josh?

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      Did Josh change agents?
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      Same agent as Johnny Football. Erik Burhardt.
      Erik told the CFL teams, hey you want Johnny? How about a little love for my boy Josh?
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      Wouldn’t mind seeing the CFL champion and play the last seed in the NFL playoffs.

      Fuck seeing a college team play.

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      Wouldn’t mind seeing the CFL champion and play the last seed in the NFL playoffs.

      Fuck seeing a college team play.
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      The rules are so different though, it would be like Floyd fighting McGregor.

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      Hearing its official. Kevin Sumlin to Arizona. YESSIR!

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      @ AJ, Sumlin is being named HC of the Arizona Wildcats, not the Cardinals

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      Per ProFootball Talk Josh Freeman signs to play in CFL

      “Former NFL quarterback Josh Freeman signed a two-year contract with the Montreal Alouettes, David William Naylor of TSN reports.”

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      still making money at playing football – didn’t expect it – good for him as I thought he’d be working at a Walmart in Kansas the rest of his life….

      Cocaine doesn’t pay for itself.

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      8th Defensive TD for @Jaguars this year. 👀 #JAXvsPIT
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      For perspective, the Bucs’ XXXVII Super Bowl-winning defense had nine defensive touchdowns in 2002 (regular and postseason).

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      Per ProFootball Talk Josh Freeman signs to play in CFL

      “Former NFL quarterback Josh Freeman signed a two-year contract with the Montreal Alouettes, David William Naylor of TSN reports.”

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      still making money at playing football – didn’t expect it – good for him as I thought he’d be working at a Walmart in Kansas the rest of his life….
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      Why would he do that?

      He’s got +20 mil in the bank

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      No, but AJ Bouye said that Doug Marrone ran a very physically demanding Jags camp. The “Soft Knocks” training camp you and I covered didn’t have ONE live full contact period. No wonder #Bucs couldn’t run the ball or rush the passer. Softest camp I’ve covered.
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      I will say that conditioning alone isn’t the answer or Greg Schiano would be coaching in the NFL

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      #Bucs have picked up the club option year for all assistant coaches in 2018, although there could be some tweaks.

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      #MLK ✊🏾 https://www.instagram.com/p/Bd-o3jhH24u/

      15 Jan 2018

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      #Bucs have picked up the club option year for all assistant coaches in 2018, although there could be some tweaks.
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      Groan….
      No mention of tweaking their scouting department?

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      Dearest mother —
      It has come to my attention a new general will be assigned to the unit soon. From cables the men have intercepted, it appears will shall be commanded by a young upstart from the land of New England. I am cautiously optimistic. We yearn for victory.
      — Andrew

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      Because this doesn’t need to be posted on the board, I’ll post it here.

      Fighting for equality is one thing, inserting yourself and YOUR opinions into a discussion that does not involve you is something different. This is a message board to discuss sports. I am of the mind that we’re talking as if we are among friends in a bar. If I tell my friend he’s nuts, he laughs it off… the same way I would in kind.

      As you saw by NOBODY’s response, it’s obvious he took it the right way.

      MLK Jr was trying to fight for fair treatment, not fighting on someone else’s behalf and having no idea how that someone felt… which is what you do. People like you, are jackasses, and nothing like MLK Jr.
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      Classy.

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      No, but AJ Bouye said that Doug Marrone ran a very physically demanding Jags camp. The “Soft Knocks” training camp you and I covered didn’t have ONE live full contact period. No wonder #Bucs couldn’t run the ball or rush the passer. Softest camp I’ve covered.
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      I will say that conditioning alone isn’t the answer or Greg Schiano would be coaching in the NFL

      While Stroud isn’t my favorite, he’s right on this. I remember going to camp. Taking off work even for the first day in pads thinking I was going to see some goal line actions. That’s my favorite day of camp. Didn’t happen. Way disappointed.

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      I know for a fact that @Jaboowins supports @jasonrlicht 💯 @CommishOnline
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      A proud Mama, good for her.

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      Thanks to all the fans who voted for Kwon! Thank you so much for your continued support!!! @kwon

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      Doug Martin will not be with the Bucs in 2018. No chance.

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      Lowest drop rates among offenses during the regular season

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      ICYMI: SOURCE: Lane Kiffin Hires 24-year old Charlie Weis Jr. as #FAU’s Offensive Coordinator

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      Truth

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      Truth

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      Love that quote, words of wisdom from our resident graybeard.
      Quote of the day IMO.

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      Reality….
      https://t.co/mdmeEo1lzk

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      Less than month after starting in bowl game, Washington State QB commits suicide, police say
      By Washington Post on Jan 17, 2018 at 9:08 p.m.

      Washington State Cougars quarterback Tyler Hilinski (3) looks to throw during the first quarter against the Michigan State Spartans in the 2017 Holiday Bowl at SDCCU Stadium. Orlando Ramirez-USA TODAY Sports

      Police in Pullman, Washington, announced Tuesday night that they found Washington State quarterback Tyler Hilinski dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound at his off-campus apartment. He had failed to show up to a workout earlier in the day so police went to his apartment to do a welfare check, finding a rifle next to his body and a suicide note.

      He was 21 years old.

      “We are deeply saddened to hear the news of Tyler’s passing. He was an incredible young man and everyone who had the privilege of knowing him was better for it. The entire WSU community mourns as thoughts and prayers go out to his family,” Washington State Coach Mike Leach said in a statement.

      Two notable former Washington State quarterbacks, Drew Bledsoe and Ryan Leaf, also chimed in on social media.

      Leaf, who has had well-chronicled legal and substance-abuse issues, referred last year to his own “botched suicide attempt,” in an essay for The Players’ Tribune. On Wednesday he said, “Every human life is precious. All I wish is that I could’ve been in that [apartment] in Pullman, looked that amazing young man in the eyes & said you’re loved Tyler! I’m just like you & I’ve been here & there is hope, hugged him & never let go.”

      Calling Hilinski “a great friend and mentor to my son,” Bledsoe pleaded for those in emotional distress to view “reaching out for help” as “NOT a sign of weakness” but as “the ultimate sign of STRENGTH!!”

      Hilinski, a third-year sophomore from Claremont, California, played in eight games and started the Cougars’ Holiday Bowl loss to Michigan State in 2017, completing 130 of 179 passes for 1,176 yards and seven touchdowns, with seven interceptions. Hilinski threw three touchdown passes, including the game-winner in the third overtime, after relieving an injured Luke Falk in Washington State’s 47-44 win over Boise State on Sept. 10. He was expected to assume the Cougars’ starting quarterback job in 2018.

      “The tragic news today surrounding Tyler Hilinski is devastating to all. Tyler was a tremendous individual, great friend and teammate, and he will be deeply missed. Our hearts go out to his family and friends,” Washington State interim athletic director John Johnson said in a statement released Tuesday night. “Earlier tonight, the football team was brought together and informed of the tragedy. There, they were met by campus and department counseling and psychological services, including athletics’ on-staff clinical psychologist and a licensed mental health counselor, along with WSU Athletics medical team. The university will continue to coordinate and provide ongoing counseling care for all student-athletes as long as needed.”

      Washington State was scheduled to introduce Pat Chun as its new athletic director on Wednesday. That news conference has been postponed, the school said.

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      Perception: Can’t rush the passer, trash, washed up, too old

      Reality….
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      20 tackles and 2 sacks…. Reality

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      Ayers is a washed up all talk blowhard
      Bucs better not ,one,use a roster spot on him
      2,at his salary
      Cut his ass loose

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      Desean’s advice to Jameis really speaks volumes of why fans and sports analysts really need to drink a nice cup of shut up juice at times.

      Honestly, all that talk of how a ‘QB should play in his third year’,’ make or break year’, ‘all of the weapons brought in on offense’, ‘scoring points’… yada yada. There’s no doubt in my mind that he was trying to meet those expectatons.

      To me it looked like he was pressing early in the season to make big plays and score a lot of points. Then the injury happened, he tried to play through it and had the same mentality which just made his performance worse.

      With the season all but mathematically lost and everyone (talking heads) naming him as a bust on the season he came back with a workmen’s mindset. It was very noticeable right out of the gate, he wasn’t geeked up before games and he came out and performed well enough to have put us in a position to win the last 4 or 5 games of the season.

      Desean’s advice for next season has to be the starting point for the rest of his career. Screw what people say, play your game, trust your coaches and teammates and have fun.

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      Kiper’s first mock has Bucs taking Notre Dame guard Quenton Nelson at 7 …

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      Where’s the “blue-chipper” Orlando Brown in that mock?

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      Where’s the “blue-chipper” Orlando Brown in that mock?
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      LOL
      I am warming up to the Nelson pick. Assuming they sign a good DE in free agency ahead of time. And Chubb is gone.

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      I am warming up to the Nelson pick.

      I don’t remember seeing a better OG prospect coming out of college. This guy destroys people.

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      Found this interesting:

      The 20 teams that missed the playoffs this season averaged 15.2 players on IR; the 12 playoff teams averaged 10.5 players on IR.

      Thought this was interesting…

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      No Arden Key in that mock either.

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      He is a interior Hercules, who had some decent help around him. He was the standout amongst that group, but he has some flaws.

      The biggest being he is a guard, a low value position, in a premium spot (Bucs selection). I am all about line help, and he is the best overall line prospect there is. Bar none. But again…he is a guard.

      And that might be why Jason Licht will draft him. He is a solid prospect, who won’t replace any guys he has already drafted. Namely D.Smith, who we all know is terrible, and not a solid enough athlete to ever be a dominant left tackle. But he drafted him, so he won’t invest another premium pick on left tackle. He won’t double down like that.

      So this makes me think he would be a no brainer for Licht. The guy most likely won’t bust, so it is a super safe selection that needs up the runnge and interior protection.

      I wouldn’t do it myself, I would try like hell to get out of that spot and pick up more selections, rather than take a guard.

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      this is the classic fan set up:

      He is a interior Hercules, who had some decent help around him. He was the standout amongst that group, but he has some flaws.

      The biggest being he is a guard, a low value position, in a premium spot (Bucs selection). I am all about line help, and he is the best overall line prospect there is. Bar none. But again…he is a guard.

      And that might be why Jason Licht will draft him. He is a solid prospect, who won’t replace any guys he has already drafted. Namely D.Smith, who we all know is terrible, and not a solid enough athlete to ever be a dominant left tackle. But he drafted him, so he won’t invest another premium pick on left tackle. He won’t double down like that.

      So this makes me think he would be a no brainer for Licht. The guy most likely won’t bust, so it is a super safe selection that needs up the runnge and interior protection.

      I wouldn’t do it myself, I would try like hell to get out of that spot and pick up more selections, rather than take a guard.

      So, if the Bucs draft him it will be a fail because “hes a Guard” and bad value, BUT if he turns out to be a good Guard it will be “he only drafted him to protect our LT” or he was “the consensus pick” or “we should’ve traded down.”

      Literally, all of the typical fan critiques in a single preemptive post. lol

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      He is a guard, a low value position. Easily filled by bodies in he fourth, fifth.

      Save the first for a position of desperate need. Pass rushers and tackles.

      High value, high impact positions.

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      Would be tough for a lot of reasons but, no trading out of the pick. If he’s the pick, we need to go DL, DL in the second and third, hell, maybe even the 4th.

      GoldsonAges on 2nd round pick, Safety, Justin Evans, out of Texas A&M – “coaching can’t fix this”.

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      He is a guard, a low value position. Easily filled by bodies in he fourth, fifth.

      Save the first for a position of desperate need. Pass rushers and tackles.

      High value, high impact positions.
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      Arizona drafted a guard at #7 a couple years back.

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      And Arizona sucks.

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      Former Husker Kenny Bell has signed a futures contract with the Denver Broncos.

      Nebraska’s all-time leading receiver has not played in an NFL regular-season game since being selected by Tampa Bay in the fifth round of the 2015 NFL draft. He spent most of last season on the Baltimore Ravens practice squad.

      https://youtu.be/QLJzs6gqweA

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      He is a interior Hercules, who had some decent help around him. He was the standout amongst that group, but he has some flaws.

      The biggest being he is a guard, a low value position, in a premium spot (Bucs selection). I am all about line help, and he is the best overall line prospect there is. Bar none. But again…he is a guard.

      And that might be why Jason Licht will draft him. He is a solid prospect, who won’t replace any guys he has already drafted. Namely D.Smith, who we all know is terrible, and not a solid enough athlete to ever be a dominant left tackle. But he drafted him, so he won’t invest another premium pick on left tackle. He won’t double down like that.

      So this makes me think he would be a no brainer for Licht. The guy most likely won’t bust, so it is a super safe selection that needs up the runnge and interior protection.

      I wouldn’t do it myself, I would try like hell to get out of that spot and pick up more selections, rather than take a guard.

      It not sexy as my man Hate would say. Mouth all twisted up pissed as hell. LOL But I’d love a plug and play guard! But what do I know I’m an old olinemen from way back. The more knuckle draggers the better. W e need to OWN the LOS.

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      Washington drafted a 2 time probowler with the 5th pick in 2015. The evaluation of Nelson has to be top notch to take him with the 7th pick. At the end of the day BPA (outside of QB and WR) at that pick has to be the route we take. I would not be mad with Minkah Fitzpatrick to be honest.

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      @HATE
      For my man HATE…..

      Joel Embiid

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      This is the truth… I was trying to get with this famous girl and she said ” Come back when you’re a All Star” bruhh
      2:42 PM – Aug 17, 2014
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      Flash forward to now, with Embiid recently named an All-Star—a starter, at that—and, you know what? He has the self-respect to say that if she didn’t think he was good enough for her back then, why should he be willing to accept an offer from her now? He’ll pass.
      It’s not certain that Embiid is the first man ever to reject Rihanna, but there’s no evidence to the contrary.

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      I agree with him. Not that I’d do it but props to him anyway.

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      Alvin has his brothers back.

      “I went up to him and told him it’s not his fault.” — Alvin Kamara (@A_kamara6) on what he said to Marcus Williams after the @Saints heartbreaking loss

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      Alvin is full of shit.

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      Will the BUCS draft a Center, and our Center experiment be over? On a serious note do you think is easier to find a Center in the draft or a guard?

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      I don’t think there are any plans to move Ali Marpet back to guard. He is their center. As such, they will focus on other OL positions.

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      Alvin is full of shit.

      There is no accountability these days. Who missed the tackle to end the game if not him?

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      Again, if your problem is G play, you don’t move Marpet back, you get a better G (or two). No one has said Marpet is a bad center

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      So many people posting here who have no clue how athletes think

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      The league getting a little ahead of themselves.

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      Hard to beat that play? What a play by a special player. RB, @DBrooks55 @WarrenSapp where has the time gone? Can’t believe that was 15 years ago!


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      Happy for ASJ, nothing but green lights ahead. But, Alas, like so many before him, his best days will be spent with another franchise instead of the one that drafted him.

      GoldsonAges on 2nd round pick, Safety, Justin Evans, out of Texas A&M – “coaching can’t fix this”.

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      his best days will be spent with another franchise instead of the one that drafted him.

      Brate laughs at this.

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        DonkeyHunter
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        his best days will be spent with another franchise instead of the one that drafted him.

        Brate laughs at this.

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        Matt Bryant, Adrian Clayborne, Michael Bennett, Aqib Talib, LaGarrette Blount – laughing harder.

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      What’s with this ASJ thing? Why is anyone defending Captain Morgan?

      He isn’t a Buc. He was a giant waste of a good resource (draft pick). Set the team back by being a liar.

      Glad he is trying to man up. But he screwed The Bucs so screw him (as a player).

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      his best days will be spent with another franchise instead of the one that drafted him.

      Brate laughs at this.

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      Matt Bryant, Adrian Clayborne, Michael Bennett, Aqib Talib, LaGarrette Blount – laughing harder.

      Big difference.

      With ASJ, we already had someone on the roster who was better.

      Try and keep up.

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      @DonkeyHunter – You are getting batted around as usual.

      GoldsonAges on 2nd round pick, Safety, Justin Evans, out of Texas A&M – “coaching can’t fix this”.

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      GottaJaboo
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      – You are getting batted around as usual.

      ironic coming from the worst talent evaluator and game predictor the board world has ever seen

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      @Ghost, you should probably check the definition of irony, my man.

      GoldsonAges on 2nd round pick, Safety, Justin Evans, out of Texas A&M – “coaching can’t fix this”.

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      @Ghost

      ironic coming from the worst talent evaluator and game predictor the board world has ever seen

      Come on. Let’s go easy on Mr. “ASJ will put up Gronk numbers”. He’s worked hard to have his prediction win percentage resemble Jordan’s batting average in the minors.

      I think the real irony is his obsession with such a mediocre hack like ASJ and his meltdown over us cutting him. His constant crying that Brate was inferior. More irony is that ASJ’s season stat line is something Brate put up in 4-5 games.

      I mean, it takes real talent to average 7.1 yards per reception.

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      Football doesn’t matter as much as life. Proud of ASJ for his courage to wage that battle.

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      LeGarrette Blount has more touchdowns in the playoffs (10) than Eric Dickerson (4), Walter Payton (2), Jim Brown (1), and Barry Sanders (1) combined.

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      Sometimes the good guys really do win…

      Former Bucs WR @Oneway_Reedy, who spends his off-seasons making $11 an hour transporting people in wheelchairs and stayed behind to assist with Hurricane Irma evacuations, is headed to the Super Bowl with the Patriots. My story from last spring, ICYMI:
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      NFL player’s $11-per-hour side job: Helping those ‘who can’t help themselves’
      May 19, 2017
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      CLEARWATER, Fla. — Just before 11:30 on a Friday morning, Bernard Reedy gets a buzz on his phone with an address. It’s for a client who needs Reedy to pick him up.

      The 25-year-old Reedy climbs into a large white van and heads down U.S. Highway 19. It will be the first of several pickups for a rather unique offseason job for an NFL wide receiver: working as a driver for Care Ride, a Tampa-area company providing wheelchair and ambulatory transport.

      Care Ride is similar to Uber and Lyft, but for people with wheelchairs. Drivers must receive special training to operate lifts in the vans and properly secure patients. They must be first-aid and CPR certified, and undergo sensitivity training.

      Reedy, who is trying to stick with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after a stint with the Atlanta Falcons, pulls up to a quiet mobile-home park in Largo. He greets his first client of the day, Carlos Velez, who is waiting under a carport.

      Velez, 70, served in Korea and Vietnam and is now confined to a wheelchair. He still has some walking ability, but he fell last year and suffered a hematoma, forcing him to undergo brain surgery. A wheelchair helps him get around safely.

      “Is that your motorcycle?” Reedy asks as he gently pushes Velez toward the van.

      Velez responds, “I used to have one, but I sold it because of my vision.” He points to his right eye. “I’m legally blind.”

      Reedy says, “I like motorcycles. … You ever rode a dirt bike?”

      Velez responds, “Back home in Puerto Rico when I was young. I always had a Honda. The last Honda I had was a 1300.”

      The two have ridden together in the van before. Their conversations are usually centered around the weather, politics, restaurants and how Velez is feeling physically. Sometimes Velez airs out his frustrations with the Department of Veterans Affairs.

      Despite their many conversations, Velez forgot that Reedy is an NFL player. Most of his clients have no idea. And why would they? Most NFL players don’t have side jobs like Reedy’s. Only a few of his Bucs teammates know about his other gig that pays him $11 an hour.

      “All my other teammates that I know that I personally talk to, they all caked up — they all got money, a whole lot of money,” says Reedy, who has a $465,000 base salary with the Bucs for this season, but it’s not all guaranteed. “When I get to that tax bracket with them, I’m going to continue to work here during the offseason. … You always want to be grateful.”

      Getting a job ‘so I could continue to live’

      When the Falcons waived Reedy in 2015 and he had trouble landing with another team, he moved to St. Petersburg, right outside Tampa, and back into his childhood home. It helped ease the burden of having to pay rent, and it allowed him to continue to train while looking for work.

      “The money in your savings is only going to last so long. I had to go out and get a job so I could continue to live,” Reedy said. “You want to always have something you fall back on. If you don’t work, you don’t have any more income, so it’s just decreasing. You’ve gotta go find a way to make some money.”

      As an undrafted free agent out of Toledo, Reedy had spent the entire 2014 season on the Falcons’ practice squad, earning $108,600, according to NFLPA records. But in 2015, because he took part in only OTAs, he made $6,240 from football. That’s how unpredictable the NFL can be for a player like Reedy.

      He spent the entire 2015 season at Care Ride, working eight-hour shifts, five days a week, including Sundays. He didn’t listen to NFL games on the radio because that was too hard. He listened to gospel music instead. Faith is what kept him motivated.

      In February 2016, he signed a futures contract with the Bucs, reuniting with head coach Dirk Koetter and defensive coordinator and former Falcons coach Mike Smith. Reedy suffered a torn meniscus in the preseason and was waived/injured. He re-signed with the Bucs’ practice squad after he healed in December and was on the 53-man roster for two games, earning $85,879 for the season, according to NFLPA records. That figure does not include an injury settlement.

      “When I get to that tax bracket with [my teammates], I’m going to continue to work here during the offseason. … You always want to be grateful.”

      Through it all, Care Ride has been accommodating with his NFL schedule, allowing him to work three days a week when the offseason begins. Now that the Bucs are into offseason conditioning, he’s at the team facility four days a week and cuts back to once a week or every other week with Care Ride.

      When it’s the regular season, the focus is 100 percent football. But if football isn’t in the picture, he can work more shifts.

      “They know that my other job is like a dream come true, so that comes first,” Reedy said of Care Ride. “They understand. A lot of them like sports that work there.

      “I could still see me doing this [after football]. I’m financially stable enough now that I could be OK if I didn’t do this, but why sit home after you’re done working out, going over your plays and stuff? Why sit home when you can come out and make you some more money and help people on top of that? And I’m talking about really helping people, helping people who can’t help themselves.”

      Football isn’t entirely forgotten when Reedy is on the job. If there’s a lull between pickups, he said he’ll pull over to study his playbook or read the Bible. He also turns the van into a portable gym at times.

      “I’ll put my feet up on the [seat] and do some incline pushups and then I go and do dips,” said Reedy, who also tries to find a large parking lot so he can get out and do sprints.

      Finding perspective and making connections

      The NFL is a brutal business and Reedy knows it. You can get injured or cut at any moment, but it pales in comparison to the hardships many of his clients have endured. That keeps Reedy grounded.

      “A lot of people … you may think you’re sacrificing a lot until you hear somebody else’s story,” Reedy said. “And when you pick up the same people every week, you get attached to them.”

      That makes it difficult when they pass away. He still thinks about Michael Banks and Robert Latoza.

      “[Michael and I] used to talk about muscle cars. He used to build engines,” Reedy said.

      Latoza, who died a year ago, “was my dog. That’s what we called each other. That was my dog.”

      He left cards at their doorsteps after they passed, sharing some of the stories he was told on their trips together.

      It’s that level of compassion that endears Reedy not just to his clients but also his co-workers.

      “He was one of the youngest employees we’ve ever hired,” manager Vince Cocks said. “He’s done a wonderful job for us.”

      The two have known each other since Reedy was 16, when Cocks and his wife would attend Reedy’s games at Lakewood High School. He remembers the time Reedy won the game against Countryside High in 2009, when he ran back a kickoff 96 yards for a touchdown.

      But there’s much more to Reedy than just football, and Cocks makes that clear. Even though sometimes he has to bolt off to practices and can’t work for months at a time, Reedy is an asset to them.

      “He’s very personable. We get calls from our clients just saying how good and polite and safe [he is]. And he takes the time with them,” Cocks said. “We hope he does well over there [with the Bucs]. Naturally, we’d like to have him here, but we want him to play football.”

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      Bucs’ Clinton McDonald is not among the finalists for NFL Walter Payton Man of the Year Award.

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      Warren Sapp beat Eagles in NFC title game 15 years ago to close down the Vet

      Today he is tailgating with Eagles fans in Jerome Brown jersey

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      No QBKilla!

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      He’s wearing Jerome’s number yall. Jerome is a Local hero, born and raised in Brooksville. Went to the U. Did a lot for his hometown. I give the QBKilla a pass on this one.

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      Nope.

      Lol…

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      LOL, you killing me dawg!!!! Too funny!!! ^^^^

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      —EAGLES OPEN AS BIGGEST SUPER BOWL UNDERDOGS SINCE 2009:
      Philadelphia is a 5.5-point underdog vs the Patriots in Super Bowl LII, according to the Westgate SuperBook in Las Vegas. Philadelphia is the largest SB underdog since the Cardinals were 7-point underdogs to the Steelers

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      kind of like our idiot President- stopped paying much attention to Sapp after his 2nd domestic abuse, sex harrassment, whatever accusation against the bum – wasn’t important to the Bucs since their SB – afterwards his his own man – and responsible for his actions – yes, he’s a bum
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      Warren Sapp accused of harassment; NFL Network suspends three analysts over sexual assault allegations

      http://www.tampabay.com/sports/football/bucs/Warren-Sapp-accused-of-harassment-NFL-Network-suspends-three-analysts-over-sexual-assault-allegations_163524103

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      To each his own Morgan. You probably didn’t like him back in the day. People complained all the time. Heard you load and clear dawg. Thanks for that “late” article as well. I’m sure since you’re just posting it late you didn’t hear Warren tell his own story about the allegations?

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      For New England’s playoff wins and trip to Super Bowl LII, $79,000 in bonuses will be paid to 49ers’ QB Jimmy Garoppolo.

      Next up:
      Patriots’ Super Bowl win: another $112,000
      Patriots’ Super Bowl loss: another $56,000
      Minimum takeaway: $135,000.

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      Who is the best corner in the NFL? a) Jalen Ramsey b) Jalen Ramsey c) Jalen Ramsey d) all the above
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      Disgraceful, I say he should be removed from the Ring of Honor. And Gruden too. [blue]

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      NFL LEGEND CORTEZ KENNEDY
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      NFL Hall of Famer Cortez Kennedy donated his brain to the most famous CTE research center in the world when he passed away in May … this according to the autopsy obtained by TMZ Sports.

      Kennedy’s body was discovered by a friend on May 23, 2017. At the time, it was unclear how the 48-year-old passed away.

      But according to the autopsy report, the official cause of death is hypertensive heart disease — a heart condition caused by high blood pressure, according to Healthline.com.

      The medical examiner also lists pneumonia and diabetes as a contributing factor to Kennedy’s death. He’s listed in the autopsy as 6’1″ and 265 lbs.

      As we previously reported, Kennedy was hospitalized for swollen legs just days before he died.

      The report shows Kennedy’s family requested the ex-NFL star’s brain be sent to the Boston University CTE Center for further examination.

      BU is widely regarded as the leader in CTE research — they’ve studied the brains of several deceased NFL stars including Aaron Hernandez and Dave Duerson.

      Kennedy played 11 seasons for the Seattle Seahawks … and was an 8x Pro Bowler. He was inducted to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2012.

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      Philadelphia Eagles fan who ran smack into a pole and bounced off a subway train is in even more pain than you thought … as this new angle of his asinine celebration reveals.

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      Heading to the Pro Bowl in the @astonmartin DB11 thanks to @ShepRolls and the team at @DimmittAuto! ✌️ #LiTiRilla

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      Easiest player to spot at NFC Pro Bowl practice? Take a wild guess. @Kwon http://www.espn.com/espn/now?nowId=21-0747852549121382462-4

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      Just minutes into NFC Pro Bowl practice and Drew Brees’ sons are already hard at work. Sean Payton is serving as the NFC head coach and hired them as ball boys.

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      There’s usually a trick play or two in the Pro Bowl, right? Just sayin’ – Gerald McCoy has good hands. – at ESPN Wide World of Sports

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      Pro Bowl NFC legends captain @WarrickDunn takes time to sign autographs for Milloy and Miles Moten, who got to watch the taping of the Pro Bowl Skills Challenge

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      Spoke to Raiders quarterback Derek Carr about Jon Gruden. The word “demanding” jumped out. Carr told me, “He’s gonna demand a lot from us, which is good. That’s how it’s supposed to be. It should be demanding. It should be that way.”

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      Gruden and Carr are a super lousy match. It will be fun to watch that unfold. Crazy that Jon jumped back in with a team that is quickly falling apart.

      GoldsonAges on 2nd round pick, Safety, Justin Evans, out of Texas A&M – “coaching can’t fix this”.

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      Okay. Creepy.

      Your timing is obvious.

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      Hall of Famer Warren Sapp calls Bucs’ 2017 defense ‘disgraceful’
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      Tampa Bay Buccaneers Ring of Honor member and Pro Football Hall of Famer Warren Sapp had some scathing remarks about the Bucs’ struggles on defense in 2017.

      Sapp told Spectrum Sports, “I’m lost. I’m as lost as any fan. And I know defense when I’m looking at it. It just doesn’t make sense.”

      “It really does not make sense what they’re doing on a play-in, play-out basis,” Sapp said. “But hey, somebody is making a lot more money than me doing it. So I’m gonna hope that they can fix it, because what we saw this year was disgraceful, absolutely disgraceful.”

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        Hall of Famer Warren Sapp calls Bucs’ 2017 defense ‘disgraceful’

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        thanks warren – that’s stepping out on a limb – is this something no one knew or talked about?

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      Good kid. Good for him.

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      Good kid. Good for him.

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      Bucs’ Kwon Alexander not listening to ‘outside noise’ from Warren Sapp

      LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Tampa Bay Buccaneers Pro Bowl picks Gerald McCoy and Kwon Alexander responded to some scathing criticism from Hall of Fame defensive tackle Warren Sapp this week, when he called the Bucs’ 2017 defensive performance “disgraceful.”

      “I don’t listen to the outside noise,” said Alexander, who’s in Orlando, Florida, this week taking part in his first Pro Bowl. “I don’t care who’s talking about our team. He had his run and we’ve got ours. This is on me, my defense. We’re gonna get to where we need to be. They weren’t perfect when they first got here. We’re gonna get the job done. So he can just stay over there…”

      “Me and Sapp, we’re good friends and he knows I take a lot of his advice,” McCoy said. “But Sapp is Sapp. Sapp is gonna say what he wants, how he feels and he’s always been that way. He [doesn’t] hold his tongue. If that’s how he feels, then that’s fine.”

      http://www.espn.com/blog/nflnation/post/_/id/267658/bucs-gerald-mccoy-kwon-alexander-respond-to-sapp-criticism

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      I like Kwon’s comments

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      2 things i liked about his response…he didn’t say anything disrespectful to Sapp and he’s willing to take ownership of this mess. Now….we need to see it on the field.

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      exactly!

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      All we need is better coaching and one, ONE more player that can consistently put pressure on opposing QBs.

      GoldsonAges on 2nd round pick, Safety, Justin Evans, out of Texas A&M – “coaching can’t fix this”.

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      Hall of Famer Warren Sapp calls Bucs’ 2017 defense ‘disgraceful’

      I might be in a minority here, but I would not mind seeing Sapp sign on with the Bucs as a d-line assistant. He is very loyal to the Bucs defense and it hurts him to see it performing at such a low level. He might also bring a much needed nasty attitude to our d-line.

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      Watch him tell me they werent in man, like i wouldnt know, or that brent stayed on one side all season bc it was his choice. My nigga followed the #1 in ‘13 ‘ 14 and ‘15 and can still do it TODAY! U might get to see it AGAIN next season.

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      Sapp ain’t lying.

      Kwon and McCoy should have said, “Yuuuuuppp.”

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      Sapp was criticizing the scheme not necessarily the players. He was watching and asking ‘what are we doing?’ just like all of the fans were. Not an indictment of the players.

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      Patriots QB Tom Brady listens to a question from Tony Dungy’s son, Justin a Super Bowl LII Opening Night.

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      Ronald Darby Says NFL Hasn’t Talked To Him About The Jameis Winston Investigation

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      LOL @Boid “Yuuuuuup!”

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      @The Anti-Java – Here’s why……the NFL doesn’t have enough information to even substantiate a real investigation.

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      Ronald Darby Says NFL Hasn’t Talked To Him About The Jameis Winston Investigation

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      this shit will be hanging over the organization’s head for awhile – not good for the team going into 2018 season not knowing if their starting QB will be suspended.

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      @Morgan – How would he be suspended based on what we know now?

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      Already getting questions from excited Bucs fans about Adrian Peterson. Yes, he averaged 5.2 yards per carry in win against Tampa Bay. Against everyone else, he averaged 3.0 yards/carry. He’ll be 33 in March.

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      Our fans are dumb.

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      The single most predictable thing about last year was, once we knew AP was a Cardinal, he was going to have the game of his season. Our defense was a complete joke at times.

      GoldsonAges on 2nd round pick, Safety, Justin Evans, out of Texas A&M – “coaching can’t fix this”.

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      After acquiring him from the New Orleans Saints in October, the Arizona Cardinals will be moving on from running back Adrian Peterson, according to 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station’s Mike Jurecki.

      Peterson’s salary cap hit for the 2018 season would be $3.5 million, $2 million in base salary and the rest in the form of bonuses.

      As part of the trade to acquire Peterson, the Cardinals will give the Saints a sixth-round pick in the upcoming NFL Draft

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      That was like a Chris Baker getting his ass whipped highlight reel. :lol:

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      It’s 17 right now In Minneapolis!! ❄️⛄️💨👎🏾😨

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      Bucs went 1-for-6 going for it between the 31-37, and 1-for-9 on fourth-and-2 plays. Neither one a good success rate …

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      Already getting questions from excited Bucs fans Buctards about Adrian Peterson. Yes, he averaged 5.2 yards per carry in win against Tampa Bay. Against everyone else, he averaged 3.0 yards/carry. He’ll be 33 in March.
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      Saints RB Alvin Kamara has been named Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Year.

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      Here’s how @RandyMoss reacted when he found out he was headed to Canton.

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      Haven’t been on these boards in about 3 years. I have a few questions.

      Seems like the Muscle Hamster never panned out and the Bucs need to draft a RB. This draft is full of good RBs….but what is the situation with the O-line? Decent? Awful? Great? Young? Old?

      Just curious….people still happy with Winston? I honestly haven’t watched the Bucs enough since he was drafted to know what the consensus is. Bucs record obviously sucks as usual, but has it been Winston or the does the whole team generally suck?

      At least we weren’t stupid enough to do what the Raiders just did. Desperately grasping to the glory days with Gruden…lol. Can’t wait to watch that train wreck.

      Remember a few years back when we had a chance to draft a once in a decade player Aaron Donald and people were like Nah…he too small and we already have a DT. Yeah. That sucks. Lol…had to say it.

      Lastly, hows this coach? Is he generally liked and considered good? Or do most people want him gone?

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      I’ll bite. Hamster sucks and has been super underwhelming. He’ll be in Detroit by the start of the ’18 season. THe Buc’s Oline is average. Good games and bad games, good plays and bad plays. No QB had less time to throw the last 6 games of the season and few QBs performed better. So to answer your next question, we have our QB.

      We almost talked Gruden into reality here. Dodged a huge bullet. The Raiders will finish the season in ’18 with someone under center not named Carr. Should be fun to watch.

      You hated Donald when you were on here, I mean, fucking hated him.

      Coach is a marginal play caller with no feel for getting the offense started quickly.

      But you know all of this, as you are on here near constantly according to the IP stats!

      GoldsonAges on 2nd round pick, Safety, Justin Evans, out of Texas A&M – “coaching can’t fix this”.

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      Oh shit 😲

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      Breaking news: Indianapolis Colts player Edwin Jackson was killed early Sunday by a suspected drunken driver.

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      I thought the Lions might have second thoughts after Patricia’s defense getting ass-raped in the Superbowl.

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      I agree…after what eagles did to that D,can you say buyers remorse

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      Did anyone else hear that McDaniels was having some concerns about the Indy job? Like, he may wait and take over the Pats job as opposed to leaving for Indy?

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      That would be moronic if he did that.

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      We are excited to welcome Josh McDaniels, who has agreed to terms as our new head coach!

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      I’ll bite. Hamster sucks and has been super underwhelming. He’ll be in Detroit by the start of the ’18 season. THe Buc’s Oline is average. Good games and bad games, good plays and bad plays. No QB had less time to throw the last 6 games of the season and few QBs performed better. So to answer your next question, we have our QB.
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      2/6/2018 6:36 AM PST

      Donald Trump says it’s “disgraceful” that a former Indianapolis Colts linebacker Edwin Jackson was killed by a man who was in the United States illegally … and is calling for democrats to get tough on the border.

      As we previously reported, 26-year-old Jackson was hit by a pickup truck early Sunday morning while he was standing on the shoulder of a highway in Indiana.

      Officials believe the man driving the truck is 37-year-old Manuel Orrego-Savala — a Guatemalan citizen who had been living in the U.S. illegally. Officials believe Orrego-Savala was drunk at the time of the crash and tried to flee the scene.

      Once apprehended, officials say Orrego-Savala had been previously deported twice before — once in 2007 and again in 2009 — yet somehow made it back and had been living in Indiana.

      Now, Trump is weighing in … saying, “So disgraceful that a person illegally in our country killed @Colts linebacker Edwin Jackson.”

      “This is just one of many such preventable tragedies. We must get the Dems to get tough on the Border, and with illegal immigration, FAST!”

      “My prayers and best wishes are with the family of Edwin Jackson, a wonderful young man whose life was so senselessly taken. @Colts.”

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      ROB GRONKOWSKI’S
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      While Gronk Was At Super Bowl

      2/6/2018 5:55 AM PST

      Rob Gronkowski’s Boston-area home was hit by burglars — and it seems it was targeted while Gronk was playing in the Super Bowl.

      The Foxborough PD confirmed cops are conducting a “routine property investigation” after the New England Patriots star returned home from his Minnesota trip to find his house had been hit.

      Cops tell TMZ Sports they received the call from Gronk himself around 6:18 PM on Monday evening.

      There are reports the burglars stole some safes from the home and GUNS may have been taken. But cops will not confirm that.

      We’re told no one was home during the burglary and cops are taking inventory as to what was stolen.

      “Out of respect for the homeowner’s privacy and because this remains a very active and dynamic criminal investigation, the police are not releasing any information about items stolen or possible suspects as this case moves forward,” the FPD wrote in a statement.

      “We will have no further comment on the case until the case is solved.”

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      Greg Auman

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      2 min ago

      Despite going from 9-7 to 5-11 in 2017, the Bucs are raising season-ticket prices for the third year in a row, with the best lower-level seats up $250.

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      Mike Evans

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      Something BIG is coming soon. Stay tuned for the big announcement here 👉🏽 http://mikeevansofficial.com

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      Hope that means a new contract for Mike… but in actuality it’s probably a clothing line or something.

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      The Anti-Java
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      Mike Evans

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      4m4 minutes ago

      Something BIG is coming soon. Stay tuned for the big announcement here 👉🏽 http://mikeevansofficial.com

      ———-
      Promises/Vows NOT TO take a knee or fight with opponent players, refs for the entire 2018 season?

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      Capt. Andrew Luck

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      Dearest mother —
      I write with most distressful news. The men have been hoodwinked. The deserter McDaniels is on the lamb, likely headed toward New England, my best scouts report. Was this a ploy to merely spy? We shall never know. Irritating.
      — Andrew

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      6h6 hours ago

      Bucs have top three LB spots covered well with Lavonte David, Kwon Alexander and Kendell Beckwith, but Jeff Knox will compete for a backup spot, which is also a key role on special teams …

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      Bucs announce they’ve signed LB Jeff Knox, a CFL standout who was with the team last year but didn’t make the final cut for 2017 …

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      Rick Stroud

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      Russell Wilson headed to Yankees camp in Tampa following trade

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      PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
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      Cops Release Celebratory Mug Shots

      2/7/2018 3:21 PM PST

      Here they are … 8 of the morons arrested during the violent, insane Eagles Super Bowl celebration in Philadelphia — with allegations ranging from attacking police to flipping cars.

      The Philadelphia PD has released mug shots and some information about the incident that led to all 8 arrests. Good times …

      1 & 2) Robert Ehlers & Brendon Lopez — busted for allegedly spray painting graffiti in multiple locations including University of Pennsylvania, Chestnut Law School and a wall at a loading dock.

      3) Malcolm Cox — busted for throwing a bottle at a police car. He ran, but he was caught. Charged with aggravated assault, simple assault and related offenses.

      4) Mark Thompson — busted for allegedly beating the hell out of a cameraman who was trying to document the chaos. Allegedly punched the photog in the face 6 times and smashed the camera. Charged with aggravated assault.

      5) Rubin Garrido — busted for removing his belt during the celebration, swinging it over his head and clocking a guy who was next to him, causing a laceration. When cops approached him, he was still holding his belt. Charged with simple assault and recklessly endangering another person.

      6) Alexander Mawescu — busted for drunkenly banging on police shields and then bullrushing officers on the police line. Charged with disorderly conduct.

      7) Veasna Sary — busted for throwing a bottle at a car that turned out to be an unmarked police vehicle. Oops! When cops arrested him, they saw he had injuries from a fight prior to police contact. He was hospitalized and later charged with criminal mischief and propulsion of a missile.

      8) John Rigsby — busted for helping to flip a 2017 Nissan Rogue SUV during the mayhem, along with 6 others. The others have not been arrested yet. Rigsby, the son of Villanova basketball announcer Whitey Rigsby, was charged with causing and risking a catastrophe, criminal mischief, riot and related offenses.

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      That’s a solid looking group…

      GoldsonAges on 2nd round pick, Safety, Justin Evans, out of Texas A&M – “coaching can’t fix this”.

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      Mike Garafolo

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      The 49ers and QB Jimmy Garoppolo have agreed to a five-year, $137.5 million contract, source says. The biggest deal in NFL history on a average-per-year basis.

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      HOLY SHIT!

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      Now Jimmy G will shit the bed and get Lynch fired. That’s stupid money.

      Reminds me of the days when rookies were getting $100 million contracts before stepping on the field for training camp.

      He won a hand full of games to close out the season but really? Almost 2 million dollars a game for the next 5 years?

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      I’m sorry, but that’s just nuts. I mean, I’m shocked that Lynch gave him that kind of bread.

      I’m wondering if this deal somehow fucks us if/when we resign Winston.

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      Winston isn’t worth 27.5 million per year, just because niners think Jimmy G is, and paid him as such, doesn’t mean Bucs need to do the same

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      @Pennywise, that’s not how it works. Jimmy G has 12 TDs and 5 Ints…………………for his fucking career.

      Winston may not hold us ransom for this amount but, this is now the going rate.

      GoldsonAges on 2nd round pick, Safety, Justin Evans, out of Texas A&M – “coaching can’t fix this”.

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      Jimmy Garoppolo has led his team to more points per game in his starts (28.3) than any other quarterback over the last 25 seasons (minimum 7 starts)

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      Great. Don’t you think Aaron Rodgers is going to have enough money to buy Apple with this kind of nonsense. No one is worth that kind of money.

      GoldsonAges on 2nd round pick, Safety, Justin Evans, out of Texas A&M – “coaching can’t fix this”.

    • Cerious

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      So what does Kirk Cousins get in the open market now?

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      It’s not my money so I don’t care nor do I have a dog in the fight- but when does the nonsense end?

      Jimmy G is the highest paid player ever. Cousins’ agent will use that as a starting point for negotiations. History has taught us (even before Jimmy’s contract) you don’t have to be the best at your position to be the highest paid… you just need to be the next man up for a new contract.

      So, hypothetically Cousins gets more then Jimmy, then Jameis and Mariota, then Wentz and Geoff… What about Folk who just won the Super Bowl?

      We could see a quarter billion dollar contract in the next couple years…

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      i think you mean Foles not Folk, and Foles is signed thru next year

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      @pennywise yup, typing too fast.

      I just don’t see Philly keeping their #1 pick and Foles. If there’s a team that comes calling on draft night Philly would trade him but then the other team would be looking for Foles to agree to a long term deal… then said team will have to deal with “I just won the Super Bowl and Jimmy G played 5 or 6 games and got the largest contract ever”

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      can’t trade him until you see Wentz take field and he is 100%, no need to trade him either, only makes 5 million next year…Foles will never be a 16 week starter again, he got hot in the playoffs, he was abysmal his first cpl games filling in for Wentz

      he won’t bring anything more then a 4th rd pick if they were to trade him, he will finish his career in philly as a backup to Wentz, and he is ok with that, he was ready to quit football after Rams let him go, until Andy came calling

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      Gerald McCoy

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      46m46 minutes ago

      Lebron bout to have to come up with a lot of new handshakes.

    • DonkeyHunter

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      Start an NBA thread in the Cove.

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      Jazz fan here , as in Utah Jazz

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      Damn, the NBA, nothing interesting about it.

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      He got hot in the playoffs because Doug Peterson designed an RPO offense for him where he essentially made one read and handed the ball off or threw in the vacant spot he was reading. There’s a team out there that watched that and thought they can build off that with him and win more games than the other QB they have. I guarantee it.

      Carson Wentz has been reported to be ahead of recovery schedule for the past month or so. They’ve pretty much came to the conclusion that it’s 100% he’ll be ready for next season.

      I’d say Philly would take the 4th round pick but could probably fetch a 2nd if a QB goes unexpectedly early in the draft.

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      The “Not my money” thing cracks me up, cuz it is your money! Ticket prices just went up again this year for the Bucs, Directv has gone steadily up, and anyone that advertises during a game has to charge more for their product to cover it. It IS your money!!

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      Ticket prices didn’t go up. It’s simply not true.

      GoldsonAges on 2nd round pick, Safety, Justin Evans, out of Texas A&M – “coaching can’t fix this”.

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      DonkeyHunter
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      Start an NBA thread in the Cove.

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      Donk policing the board today, awesome.
      At least someone is. 3SK must have got demoted.

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      Capt Kidd
      Feb 8, 18 at 7:16 pm #1060799
      The “Not my money” thing cracks me up, cuz it is your money! Ticket prices just went up again this year for the Bucs, Directv has gone steadily up, and anyone that advertises during a game has to charge more for their product to cover it. It IS your money!!

      ===================

      All that is a drop in the bucket compared to Broadcasting Rights money. That is where the owners rake in the big dollars. Not ticket sales.
      Last year the 32 teams divided something like 8 billion in TV money.

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      The Anti-Java
      Feb 8, 18 at 8:44 pm #1060818
      DonkeyHunter
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      Start an NBA thread in the Cove.
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      Donk policing the board today, awesome.
      At least someone is. 3SK must have got demoted.

      By all means, continue to post about a shittier and inferior sport on a NFL forum.

      Do you, kiddo.

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      @DONK

      Pay attention bro, it was Gerald’s comment, not mine.

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      The Anti-Java
      Feb 2, 18 at 12:41 pm #1059409
      Russell Westbrook shoved a clown fan who confronted him on the court after loss to Nuggets

      You’re right. What was I thinking. My bad.

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      @DONK

      Check the title of the guys thread bro, that might clear things up.

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      Like I said…do you, champ.

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      Feb 8, 18 at 2:31 pm #1060754
      So what does Kirk Cousins get in the open market now?

      Scary to think.

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      DonkeyHunter
      Feb 8, 18 at 9:28 pm #1060842
      Like I said…do you, champ.

      ==============

      Translation please?
      Hey, like I said, I appreciate your attempt to police the board, we need more of that around here. But in this particular case, it might be better to let the guy that started the thread decide what he wants in the thread. I look at it as a place to post stuff that is not exactly thread worthy. Like little blurbs about this and that. It is the offseason after all.
      I am surprised you were offended by Gerald’s take on the biggest NBA trade in years. I thought it was interesting. But hey, to each their own.
      Good chat bro, have a good night.

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      Desean Jackson

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      13m13 minutes ago

      Had a great time today on #undisputed

      biggystahls Come back to philly please

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      See what happens when I don’t come to the board as often as I should. Try to play nice boys. LOL

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      DonkeyHunter
      Feb 8, 18 at 1:57 pm #1060743
      I’m sorry, but that’s just nuts. I mean, I’m shocked that Lynch gave him that kind of bread.

      I’m wondering if this deal somehow fucks us if/when we resign Winston.

      Jaboo isn’t as good as Jimmy G

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      Hate
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      Jaboo isn’t as good as Jimmy G
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      Agree, Lynch got himself a franchise QB right in his prime. He elevated that whole team those last 5 games last season. I think he is worth every penny of that money. You don’t want to bargain shop at that position.

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      Nope….and i’d sure like to know who gave my post a thumbs down so he/she could explain their position

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      Hate said:

      Nope….and i’d sure like to know who gave my post a thumbs down so he/she could explain their position

      My guess would be some of the homer Winston nut gobblers that permeate this board after your “Winston not as good as Jimmy G” remark. I’m sure my down votes will grow exponentially.

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      Are there really posters amongst us that would choose Winston over Garrapolo today?

      Seriously?

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      Hate
      Feb 10, 18 at 9:23 am #1061088
      Are there really posters amongst us that would choose Winston over Garrapolo today?

      Seriously?

      Really Hate? Stand by your man! Don’t throw him out with the bathwater just yet. Where is the loyalty around here?

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      BP1
      Feb 10, 18 at 11:28 am #1061103

      Really Hate? Stand by your man! Don’t throw him out with the bathwater just yet. Where is the loyalty around here?
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      It sounded to me, like he was just saying Jimmy was better that Winston right now. Hardly controversial in my opinion.
      I didn’t see anything about cutting him or trading him.

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      I was a Garoppolo fan pre-draft and wanted us to snag him, would drop Jaboo for him in a heartbeat.

      BP, I like Jameis but one has to admit that his turnovers are more than troubling.

      And if he groped the Uber driver……

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      Oh God. Jimmy G’s turnover ratio isn’t any better.

      Lolz on if Jameis groped an Uber driver. Are they waiting for the right news cycle to leak more info?

      GoldsonAges on 2nd round pick, Safety, Justin Evans, out of Texas A&M – “coaching can’t fix this”.

    • Cerious

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      Yeah Jimmy G is basically throwing an INT and a TD every game. Not light years ahead of Jameis in the TO department at all…

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      BP1

      Really Hate? Stand by your man! Don’t throw him out with the bathwater just yet. Where is the loyalty around here?

      It’s been 3 years. How long is an acceptable time? 4, 5, 6 years?

      Btw, hope things are well.

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      The Niners were worried about getting bitched out by the Patriots. So they locked up Jimmy G. It’s a weak move to go all in on someone that we simply don’t know about yet. It’s a make or break move for John Lynch. All is coming up roses there right now. Good for him.

      GoldsonAges on 2nd round pick, Safety, Justin Evans, out of Texas A&M – “coaching can’t fix this”.

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      @Hate – Falcons are still waiting on Ryan.

      GoldsonAges on 2nd round pick, Safety, Justin Evans, out of Texas A&M – “coaching can’t fix this”.

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      28m28 minutes ago

      Frank Reich will be the Colts’ new coach. Five-year deal with the team has been agreed to and about to be finalized, source says. @espn reported earlier he was the fave.

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      Feb 11, 18 at 1:37 pm #1061233


      @hate
      – Falcons are still waiting on Ryan.

      Yeah. A year removed from throwing 70%, a hair under 5K yards, 38 TD’s vs. 7 INT’s, took his team to the SB, etc.

      I hope our QB can sniff those numbers one day.

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        Great. With a different coach, because that fucking matters you nitwit, he had multiple 2 or more interception games. So, is he the QB he was from two years ago that choked away the Super Bowl or, is the one from last year that couldn’t find Julio when he wasn’t playing the Buc’s shitbox defense. Matt Ryan is proof positive that it’s a coaches league as much if not more than it is a QB league, and if you have a shitty coaoch, you are going to struggle regardless who your QB is.

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      I was hoping Reich was going to be a candidate for us next year… bummer.

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        No doubt that he’s a rising star. This next year will show a lot. It’s a big jump from position coach to coordinator.

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      So, is he the QB he was from two years ago that choked away the Super Bowl

      If there’s ever been a more ignorant comment (there a are a ton…if you combine all of your monikers) that shows your agenda more clearly, I don’t know what it is.

      Your whole comment about “they were still waiting on Ryan”. That post season, he put up GODLY numbers. Over 300 yards per game, over 70% per game, 3 TD’s per game, 0 picks, etc. The SB was textbook Quinn and Shanny shitting the bed in front of the whole world. Yeah, Matty sure choked there, pal.

      Where your agenda shows, is that you KNOW it was on the HC/OC. But, you blame the QB because it doesn’t support your argument. Anything that’s related to the other 31 QB’s in the league, you put it on said QB.

      But, if it’s Winston related, it’s ALWAYS someone else’s fault. Been that way from Day One. This post just paints a more clear picture for everyone.

      Not sure why you continue to do it. Is it the fact that Mariota, Bortles, Goff, Wentz were all in the playoffs while Jameis was on his couch eatin’ W’s? Is it the fact that Ryan put up better numbers in his 3 years with Koetter than Jameis has with his 3 years with him?

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      Listened to the podcast, and I’m curious as to why you are so confident the Bucs will keep William Gholston?

      2:16 PM – 12 Feb 2018

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      There’s some money involved I believe. And he has run stopping abilities.

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      Ira Kaufman‏
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      OL coach George Warhop could be the next man up in the crosshairs as the Bucs shape their offseason plan.

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      While I welcome the changes as it shows some accountability on Dirk’s part, I wonder why they waited so long to make changes.

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      Ted Monachino. Colts DC will interview.

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      Interesting. Monachino’s background is rooted in a 3-4.

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      WARREN SAPP
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      2/14/2018 7:31 AM PST

      So, they sent a guy to a Sapp autograph session he had been promoting, hoping Warren would show up — and they could finally slap him with the complaint and summons to appear in court.

      The plan worked to perfection … an unsuspecting Sapp even put his arm around the guy to pose for a photo before he dropped the bomb on him.

      Credit to Sapp for still being polite to the guy even after he realized what was going on — we’ve seen some people flip out.

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      Former Colts defensive coordinator Ted Monachino interviewed with the #Bucs for their defensive line coaching position Wednesday. No word on if he was offered the job or whether the team will interview more candidates to replace Jay Hayes, who was fired last week

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      Mike’s new official site.

      https://t.co/LddPovbjpt

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      Source: the Colts have hired Bucs assistant coach Dave Borgonzi as their linebackers coach. LB projects as a key need for Indy this offseason and this is a talented and smart young coach to lead the group.

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      Off his visit to Buffalo, former Colts’ CB Vontae Davis is in Cleveland today visiting with the Browns, per source. More visits expected next week as well.

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      Panthers reinstate Marty Hurney to interim G.M. duties
      Posted by Darin Gantt on February 16, 2018, 2:57 PM EST

      The Panthers have a General Manager again, at least an interim one.

      The Panthers announced on a Friday afternoon before a holiday weekend that Marty Hurney has been reinstated as interim G.M., after a two-week investigation following complaints of harassment by his ex-wife.

      The team (not the league) placed him on paid leave on Feb. 4, and notified the league which began an investigation under the personal conduct policy.

      He’s now free to get back to work preparing for the draft and free agency, though they haven’t made a permanent decision. They may not, with a new owner coming in a few months, since Hurney’s contract runs through June.

      The team also interviewed Lake Dawson, Jimmy Raye III and Martin Mayhew for the permanent job.

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      We have signed free agent cornerback David Amerson.

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      According to SNY’s Ralph Vacchiano, free agent TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins recently turned down a two-year, $8 million offer from the Jets.

      Per Vacchiano, the offer was “short on guarantees.” Despite this, Vacchiano expects the two sides to eventually “talk again and work something out.” Seferian-Jenkins set career-highs in catches (50) and receiving yards (357) this past season and is still just 25. A reunion makes sense for both sides.
      Source: SNY Feb 18 – 12:43 PM

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      Someone asked why I consider this the greatest NFL logo ever. I said “Well, he’s a pirate. With a great mustache. And a knife between his teeth. And he’s winking at us.” Why would this require further explanation?

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      Texans informed ILB Brian Cushing of his release.

      Cushing became an afterthought in Houston due to a PED suspension and the improved play of second-year linebackers Zach Cunningham and Dylan Cole. By releasing Cushing, the Texans will save $7.64 million. Cushing isn’t nearly the same player he was once following multiple PED bans, but he is likely to resurface. New Titans coach Mike Vrabel coached Cushing in Houston, and Tennessee may lose ILB Avery Williamson in free agency.

      Source: John McClain on Twitter Feb 18 – 7:33 PM

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      ESPN’s Rich Cimini reports the Jets are “willing to pay whatever it takes” to land Kirk Cousins.

      MMQB’s Peter King “guesses” Cousins will end up in Denver, but the Jets are certainly going to make a strong run at him. Working against the Jets is Cousins’ reported desire to play for a team “with a good defense” where “he can win,” but New York can point to their surprising success last year as evidence they are headed in the right direction. The Jets are projected to have over $70 million in cap space and can easily create more.
      Related: Jets
      Source: ESPN Feb 19 – 10:16 AM

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      The Dallas Morning News’ David Moore expects the Cowboys to place the franchise tag on DE DeMarcus Lawrence.

      Moore says the “goal” is to reach a long-term deal, but it is unlikely that happens before the March 6 deadline to apply the tag. Using the tag will give Dallas more time to negotiate, but it also guarantees Lawrence around $17.5 million for 2018, a number which could make long-term negotiations tricky. Lawrence exploded for 14.5 sacks in his contract year.
      Source: David Moore on Twitter Feb 19 – 12:44 PM

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      The Jaguars declined their 2018 option on WR Arrelious Benn, making him a free agent.

      Somewhat surprisingly, Benn spent all of 2017 on Jacksonville’s 53-man roster, catching one pass in nine games. The 2010 second-round pick has 10 total grabs since the end of the 2011 season. He turns 30 in September.

      Source: Mike Kaye on Twitter Feb 20 – 4:06 PM

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      Remember when Chip Kelly was tripping over himself to pick up Arrelious Benn. What a complete fucking football idiot Kelly is.

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      Free agent K Nick Folk (knee) has been medically cleared for football activities.

      Folk was a disaster with the Bucs from Weeks 1-5 last season before getting released and then undergoing knee surgery. Folk is still young for a kicker at 33 years old and could get a chance to compete in someone’s camp this summer.

      Source: Adam Schefter on Twitter Feb 21 – 10:42 AM

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      Outside CBs Jalen Ramsey and A.J. Bouye get all the love in Jacksonville, but Colvin is one of the best slot corners in the game and is/was a big part of the Jaguars’ defense. Per Pro Football Focus, Colvin didn’t allow a single touchdown in his coverage, and his 0.76 yards per snap in coverage was third-best among all slot corners. Colvin, 26, is one of the top corners set to hit the market.
      Source: Gridiron Now Feb 21 – 2:53 PM

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      Not good news IMO.

      FOX Sports

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      The Giants reportedly plan on passing on drafting a QB with the 2nd overall pick.

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      The attorney representing Bucs safety T.J. Ward against felony charge of possession of marijuana will take depositions from five Tampa Police officers next month, court records show.

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      @gregauman

      15m15 minutes ago
      Police report from investigation into crash involving truck owned by Bucs WR DeSean Jackson shows “no indication” that International Plaza seeks to prosecute case for damage to a tree on their property.



      @gregauman

      16m16 minutes ago
      Tampa Police say their investigation into the December crash of a truck owned by Bucs WR DeSean Jackson is now inactive. Jackson said a friend was driving the truck that was damaged and abandoned at International Plaza.

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      Warrick talks about Saquan Barkley.

      Ex-NFL star Warrick Dunn believes Saquon Barkley is gonna run roughshod over the NFL, but it ain’t gonna be a cakewalk — so, Warrick’s giving him some RB-to-RB real talk.

      We got the 3-time Pro Bowler at LAX … and he gushed about Saquon — the Penn State burner who’s probably gonna be the first back taken on April 26.

      “I love his game. He’s versatile, he can do it all. And he’s proven,” Dunn told TMZ Sports.

      That said, Warrick knows it takes more than raw talent to succeed at the next level … so he’s giving Say-Say a few tips — and they’re all money.

      The ex-Buc/Falcon also told us who the next best RB is in this year’s class — and it might surprise you, especially if you follow all the big boards

      http://www.tmz.com/videos/0_q6d63x37

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      NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport reports the Panthers could franchise tag free agent K Graham Gano.

      That’s instead of fellow free agent OG Andrew Norwell. As indicated by the name, the franchise tag was conceived for “franchise”-type players but just as often it is used for players like Gano. Going on 31, Gano has been the Panthers’ kicker since midway through 2012. He converted 29-of-30 field goal attempts in 2017. Tagging him would cost roughly $4.9 million.
      Source: Ian Rapoport on Twitter Feb 22 – 1:48 PM

      Andrew Norwell – G – Panthers
      NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport confirms the Panthers are unlikely to use the franchise tag on free agent OG Andrew Norwell.

      Source: Ian Rapoport on Twitter Feb 22 – 1:47 PM

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      NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport reports the Seahawks are unlikely to use the franchise tag on free agent DL Sheldon Richardson.

      Per Rapsheet, the ‘Hawks “want to keep” Richardson, but apparently not at the roughly $14.5 million it would cost under the tag. GM John Schneider could gamble that Richardson’s market will be depressed thanks to his ever-present character concerns. Richardson tallied only one sack in 2017 but mostly played up to his standards.
      Source: Ian Rapoport on Twitter Feb 22 – 1:46 PM

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      The Miami Herald reports the Dolphins have not ruled out designating Ndamukong Suh a post-June 1 release.

      Plugged-in reporter Armando Salguero considers this the “most likely” scenario if the Dolphins decide to move on. It’s actually possible one of the league’s many cap-flush teams takes the trade bait on Suh, which would create $3.9 million in space for the Dolphins. Designating him a post-June 1 cut would free up $17 million. Now 31, Suh remained one of the league’s best defensive players in 2017 but carries an absurd $26.1 million cap number, the third-highest in football.
      Source: Miami Herald Feb 22 – 3:26 PM

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      ESPN’s Michael Rothstein “doesn’t see” the Lions letting DE Ezekiel Ansah leave as an impending free agent.

      Ansah ended the season on a high note with three sacks of Brett Hundley in the Week 17 finale, finishing the year tied for eighth in the league with 12 sacks. Nine of those dozen sacks came across three games, with Ansah disappearing for long stretches. The Lions, however, have nothing in terms of pass rushers behind Ansah, and the free-agent market is completely barren at the position. It makes sense for Detroit to franchise-tag Ansah for roughly $17 million.
      Source: ESPN.com Feb 24 – 12:53 PM

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      Kendra Koetter

      Happy Birthday to the goat 🐐 @Geraldini93 thankful to witness your heart on and off the field ❤️

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      The #Bucs are declining their $2.5M option for 2018 on center Joe Hawley, source said. They haven’t closed the door on bringing him back, but a veteran OL on the market.

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      One player to watch in free agency: Multi-year Pro Bowl S TJ Ward. Played limited snaps for the #Bucs after he arrived late from Denver, and he’s moving on from TB. The position is not deep in FA, and he’ll have a strong market

      1:28 PM – 26 Feb 2018

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      Free agent DB Vontae Davis spurns returning to #Dolphins signs instead with the #Bills –

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      NFL Team Executives Pushing 10-Round Draft, Canadian Developmental League

      Team executives plan on continuing to discuss partnering with the Canadian Football League to become the minor leagues for the NFL. Also, some league executives want to expand the NFL Draft back to 10 rounds.

      http://walterfootball.com/NFLHotPress

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      2 rounds on Thursday and Friday night? Hell yes…

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      The MMQB’s Albert Breer reports Ohio State C Billy Price is believed to have suffered a torn pectoral during the bench press at the Combine.

      It’s the worst possible news after Price went down in pain following his third rep on Thursday. Generally regarded as the top pivot in the draft, Price had a shot at sneaking into the first round. That’s probably gone now. The good news is, Price should have enough time to get healthy for Week 1.
      Source: Albert Breer on Twitter Mar 1 – 9:55 PM

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      Draft Analyst’s Tony Pauline reports the 49ers are expected to be the Raiders’ “main competition” for free agent CB Trumaine Johnson.

      Pauline reported the Raiders’ interest on Tuesday. Walking from the Rams after the team acquired Kansas City’s Marcus Peters, Johnson is the market’s top corner.

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      ESPN’s Brady Henderson reports the Seahawks are “shopping” Michael Bennett.

      The Seahawks have already telegraphed they’re planning to cut Bennett, so it could be hard to land trade compensation. Bennett himself has said he expects to be released. What’s clear is that he will not be back in Seattle in 2018.
      Source: ESPN.com Mar 1 – 6:15 PM

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      give em a 7 and make sure you get him

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      Quenton Nelson won’t run the 40 after an apparent hamstring tweak (and he’s not happy about it), a development that could knock him juuuuust out of the top six. Right? Right?

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      Scott Smith

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      5m5 minutes ago
      Bucs reunion at the coin flip to determine picks #9 and #10. Jon Gruden representing the Raiders, John Lynch representing the 49ers.

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      Rick Stroud

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      8m8 minutes ago
      RB Saquon Barkley runs unofficial 4.41 in his first attempt at the 40-yard dash. At 233 pounds.

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      He gone!

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      @NFLSTROUD
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      RB Saquon Barkley runs unofficial 4.41 in his first attempt at the 40-yard dash. At 233 pounds.

      That is impressive.

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      Bucs coach Dirk Koetter, left, took part in celebrity pro-am charity golf at Innisbrook today. @BeverlyJohnson1, Johnny Damon, Vinny Testaverde, Mike Schmidt, Mike Alstott in there as well.

      .@Huskers and former @UCF_Football coach Scott Frost shakes hands with former Bucs teammate Ronde Barber before today’s celebrity pro-am golf at Innisbrook.

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      Yuck.. get that Nebraska gear outta there. It’s poison.

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      The ProAm golf tournament more important than the Combine for Dirk?

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      Worst mock ever?

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      New seven-round mock draft from @nfldraftscout has Bucs taking Minkah Fitzpatrick at 7, UCF CB Mike Hughes in 2nd, Miami RB Mark Walton in third.

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      I love this………….

      alimarpet took a L in this…

      https://www.instagram.com/p/Bf_dPF3HIWX/

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      I saw that mock this morning…
      He clearly doesn’t know our needs. To not address the lines through 3 rounds is inexcusable. On top of that, Fitz? He is the WORST fit for our team out of the R1 CBs. Slot or FS will be his jam. The author said he’d “fit right in” along side evans at safety. I guess they’ll both play FS? Ugg. Go James or Ward if you want a DB in R1, but if that’s the plan, you better follow that up with some trench love.

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      A surprise: The #Bears are going to apply the transition tag to CB Kyle Fuller, sources say. With their cap situation, they can match any offer that would come in. This keeps a top talent at a key position on the team.

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      CSN Mid-Atlantic’s Chick Hernandez reports free agent DT Chris Baker visited the Bengals on Tuesday and is “likely to end up there.”

      Baker was released by the Bucs two weeks ago after bombing out as a free-agent signing last offseason. The 30-year-old recorded just a half-sack across 15 games for Tampa Bay but was previously a very disruptive player in Washington. However, Baker has long faced questions about his effort.

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      Travis Bucs/Magic
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      Hope we pay yall to stay in Tampa meekdoe!!! Tell Brent to go wake jasonL up he be nappin

      Miko Grimes
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      10h10 hours ago
      I remember when the Falcons tagged bae after basically telling him he wasnt “that nigga” contractually 😂 (but u tagged him tho)🤥 It was another slap in the face from Dimitroff and Blank in our eyes. But that wasnt the worst part, believe it or not.

      Miko Grimes
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      10h10 hours ago
      Jason is my nigga! (can i say that?😂) He’s good people in my eyes. Always been nice to me and bae. I know he rides for us but he has a job to do/keep like everyone else. Dont make this personal. Im not. 🤷🏽‍♀️

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      9h9 hours ago
      Just dont blame Jason if it doesnt happen. He’s the GM, not the owner. GMs lay on the owners’ swords their entire career in the NFL. And they’ll never tell u bc its their job to take blame, even when it wasnt their fault. cc: Jeff Ireland in Miami (hey New Orleans 👀👋🏽)

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      Warriors on 10-2 run since Gruden was shown on the video screen at Oracle.

      9:48 PM – 8 Mar 2018

      Rick Stroud
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      12m12 minutes ago
      I’ll tell you what, man. I was afraid it was one of those kiss cams. I love KISS. They look like Raiders fans, man. I wanna Rock and Roll!

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      And another CB deal:

      Panthers trading CB Daryl Worley to Eagles in exchange for WR Torrey Smith, sources tell ESPN.

      Trades continue….

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      Seahawks released CB Jeremy Lane.

      Another one bites the dust. Designating Lane as a post-June 1 cut will save Seattle $4.75 million in cap space. The Seahawks were on the verge of trading Lane to the Texans last season but he stayed in Seattle after failing his physical. Lane was once a prominent member of the Seahawks’ Legion of Boom secondary but has seen his play decline since suffering a torn ACL in Super Bowl XLIX. Seattle’s defense is going to look a lot different next year without Lane, Michael Bennett and Richard Sherman.

      Source: Adam Schefter on Twitter Mar 9 – 1:22 PM

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      Sources: #Raiders coach Jon Gruden recently arranged for a face-to-face meeting with former #Bucs RB Doug Martin and came away impressed with him as a person. Oakland expected to make a strong push for Martin in free agency.

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