The 2006 NFL Draft is nearly four weeks away, but Tampa Bay Buccaneer fans don’t have to wait until draft weekend to find out which players the Bucs are targeting.

The widely popular Pewter Report Draft Preview is your source and guide to the 2006 NFL Draft as it relates to the Buccaneers, and it will be printed and mailed the week of April 10,

If you become an annual subscriber by Wednesday, April 5, you’ll make this 64-page color glossy magazine the first of 12 issues you receive over the next year.

If you’re a Bucs fan, you can’t afford to go without the Pewter Report Draft Preview, which gives fans an in-depth, position-by-position overview, Bucs’ Best Bets at each position, expert analysis, draft-related columns and much more.

Here’s a sneak peak at what you’ll find in the Pewter Report Draft Preview:

Buccaneer Blitz – Pewter Report editor-in-chief Scott Reynolds explains how Bucs head coach Jon Gruden can’t forget about his team’s aging defense when he’s tempted to take an offensive player in the first round for the third straight year.

Draft Previews – Pewter Report ranks Tampa Bay’s needs heading into the 2006 NFL Draft, and provides a two-page preview for each position in the NFL Draft. Pewter Report also identifies the players the Bucs are targeting at each position, and ranks them while giving a detailed scouting report on each player and revealing the Bucs’ Best Bets at each position.

Pewter Report Conversation – Pewter Report conducts an exclusive interview with Tampa Bay Buccaneers director of player personnel Ruston Webster, who discusses a variety of topics, including the 2006 NFL Draft class, Tampa Bay’s past two draft classes, the life of a college scout and the investigative work that goes into that job, his future with the Bucs and much more.

Point-Counterpoint – Reynolds and Pewter Report managing editor Jim Flynn debate which player the Bucs should select with their first-round pick in the 2006 NFL Draft.

Pewter Pulse – Pewter Report takes an in-depth look at the lighter side of the Bucs.

Fourth Down – Flynn uses his column to explain to Bucs fans how bad the franchise has been in terms of landing and grooming good offensive linemen, and how their lack of success in this particular area is something to take into consideration when drafting offensive linemen this year.

End Zone – Reynolds does a 7-Round Mock Draft, revealing the players he believes the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will select with their 10 draft picks.

Wrighting The Ship – Contributing writer and national radio personality Todd Wright uses his column to go back in time and identifies players the Bucs could have and should have drafted instead of the players they selected with those first-day draft picks.

Audible National sports writer Pete Williams, who is the author of The Draft: A Year Inside the NFL’s Search For Talent, uses this column to discuss the importance of character when it comes to players entering the NFL Draft.

And More – including Instant Replay, The Outfitter and Throwback.

Annual Pewter Insider subscribers receive 12 color glossy issues of Pewter Report, including the Draft Preview, Post-Draft issue, Training Camp Preview and Cheerleader issue, as well as 200 premium stories per year.

In addition to receiving each issue of Pewter Report in the mail (one per month) and 200 PI stories per year, annual Pewter Insider subscribers can read the on-line version of the Pewter Report Draft Preview and every other issue of Pewter Report, which are always posted on in PDF Adobe Acrobat format just days after each magazine is printed.

Monthly Pewter Insider subscribers can read each issue of Pewter Report in its on-line version as well as the 200 PI stories provided per year, but that subscription does not include the hard copy version of Pewter Report being mailed to the subscriber.

Call 1-800-881-BUCS(2827) or click here to get your guide to the 2006 NFL Draft as it relates to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers – the Pewter Report Draft Preview.

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