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    • Roy

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      Gerald McCoy says he would love to come back to Tampa. If hypothetically they weren’t able to get something done with Suh, would you welcome him back?

    • DEBUCSOWN

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      No.

      Soft as charmin.

      Thats the best part of both our lines. They are bullies out there.

      McCoy is the opposite.

      Pass.

    • Natural Selection

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      At or near vet minimum? Absolutely, but only under that condition.

      With or without Suh. Hopefully with, because Suh has been excellent value for us imo. I wouldn’t expect Gerald to have that impact, or be reliably available. We’ve got other backups like Nacho and McLendon also not signed. We need cheap depth. I’ll take a long look at anyone willing to play on the cheap.

    • BucsSavant

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      No. McCoy is, simply put, a loser. Soft, weak, and a reminder of bad times. It’s best he stays gone. He and his era will be looked back upon with nothing but disdain.

    • J.A.S.H.E.R.

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      FRUCK NO, I like the defense the way it is. NO SOFTIES!

    • seekpar

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      Negatory.

    • FireLicht2020

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      Soft.

      Pass…

      Culture is finally fixed

    • BuccaNOLEer

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      McCoy is a cream puff. He was the epitome of this team underachieving all this time. Once we got rid of him and Smitty, the defense got better

    • leeroybuc93

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      I would prefer not to but for the sake of argument, let’s say it happens. He’d have to take a back seat, and I mean like way back in the cab of the truck, to the newer guys. This D belongs to White, JPP, Davis, etc and McCoy would have to get on board with that. He wouldn’t be counted on as a leader anymore. Do your job, give advice about hand usage or whatever, but you’re not a captain. You don’t even get pregame hype speeches. This team isn’t the one you left.

      • buc_boi

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        See, I wish I could +1 this post.

      • DEBUCSOWN

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        You’ll never be able to again.

        Sorry not sorry.

      • buc_boi

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        You talk like your opinion is valuable, how cute.

        Come on ignore feature, spare me these idiot bandwagon fuckboys.

      • DEBUCSOWN

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        Opinion? Facts, young’n

        Lol @ bandwagon.

        $20 says I’ve been a bucs fan longer than you.

      • buc_boi

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        Lol @ bandwagon.

        $20 says I’ve been a bucs fan longer than you.

        Coming here to complain, like the useful idiot you are, for 4 years down in the cove hardly equates to being a fan.

        Surprised that has to be explained to you.

    • Roy

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      My only concern would be if he’s too injury prone at this age. Even if he’s a backup, when you sign certain guys you don’t sign another guy. If he’s injured that’s a hole that will need to be filled with some guy off a practice squad.

    • KyBucfan51

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      Got away from the soft culture he was part of no thanks.

    • Alldaway 2.0

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      McCoy can play fine in a rotational role. That is what he excels at IMO.

      Build the trenches!

    • BucsFan83

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      As rotational / Low salary sure. Otherwise, we are just fine imo. He should had never left.

      • This reply was modified 1 month ago by BucsFan83.

    • kenntak

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      I appreciate that he wants to come back, but I am sure that is mostly because he would have a chance for a ring. I’m not sure he could add enough to make it worth it, and was part of the old culture that we would all like to forget, lol.

    • RHBucsFan

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      Hard pass for me. He was the most overrated Buc of all time. I feel he is partially responsible for how underrated LVD’s career has been. Lavontae has always been the better player but because he didn’t dress up like Batman or drive an ice cream truck to practice, the media didn’t pay him any attention.

      We improved the minute Gerald left.

    • Kentucky

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      I love GMAC. He bleeds the Bucs. I am forever grateful for his time. With that said, his mindset does not fit our team’s current mindset. Not enough dog in him.

    • buccnation

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      If it’s for the right price then definitely. He gets far too much hate from Buc fans.

    • BucBalla85

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      Vet min and depth maybe I’d bring him back. I feel like there are better options out there tho and feel like it would be done just to bring back a guy for the sake of bringing him back. I mean let’s just bring suh back?

    • Bucman

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      For cheap sure. He can add some much needed depth to the DL. But he cant have #93 back.

    • Tampa Bay Todd

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      Sure if the price is right and he knows his role is only for depth. Think he got a harsh dose of reality when he left.

    • DEBUCSOWN

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      Some here will still tell you mccoy>suh. Too funny.

    • buccnation

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      Suh was the better player overall but let’s not act like McCoy was not a very good player in his own right. Give both their props.

      And at this stage in their careers, their both rotational dlineman.

      • This reply was modified 1 month ago by buccnation.

    • Ramonb

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      McCoy had a bigger, and more costly impact, in out locker room than on the field…just IMHO.

    • Donkey_Hunter

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      Hard pass.

      Not a good locker room fit.

    • Vance

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      I would take it back as a rotation player for the league minimum. If healthy he might be a upgrade to Noches. I think Suh would put him in check with the clownish things that he does. McCoy may develop a mean streak playing along side Suh, Vea and Paul. Nevertheless, I say keep him off the team because of the way he acted when he left the team.

    • JC5100

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      Is this a serious thread? Defense did a complete 180 without his bullshit.

    • Diehart fisherman

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      I don’t think I would.

    • buc-in-out

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      For veteran minimum maybe? Even then, he doesn’t fit this scheme. Bowles asks the DL to play multiple gaps, McCoy doesn’t have the strength to play in this defense. He’s a quick 3-tech with good burst in his prime, there’s a reason Bowles decided to sign Suh instead of retain McCoy.

      I much prefer Suh’s mean streak.

    • Swash

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      Absolutely not, not even at vet minimum. He’s an ok person but not what you want in a locker room of DAWGS. This is White and David’s defense now. I like winning.

    • Anonymous

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      Nothing against McCoy, but as SR stated, there’s a certain amount of drama that he brings and that may not be a good fit with the new winning attitude this organization has. Maybe after the dust settles, but it should be a buyers market for the Bucs.

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