Archive for April, 2010



Sapp Will Shove Leadership Down Their Throats

Published: April 30th, 2010
By Bucstats.com

The tenors are a little flat.
Despite his four years in Oakland, Warren Sapp is still a Buccaneer for life and is still invested in the team. That’s why he has committed to helping out the two new defensive tackles, Gerald McCoy and Brian Price, and sharing his trade secrets with them. But it’s not just rushing techniques and game-specific things he’s teaching. Sapp wants them to imitate his dedication to the team. That’s a good bit harder.

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Wanted: Defensive Leader

Published: April 29th, 2010
By Bucstats.com

I SO GUD, I SAK U SITTIN DOWN
Rick Brown of The Ledger did a story on the Bucs focusing on players from BCS teams in this year’s draft. And this year you did notice a distinct lack of players drafted out of Portland State or North Carolina Central or Pearl River Community College, all hotbeds of talent the Bucs have spent a draft pick on in the recent past. But that’s not the part of the article that interested me.

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Jon Gruden Was On Letterman

Published: April 28th, 2010
By Bucstats.com

Oh yeah, he misses coaching.

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Jevan Snead’s early draft entry comes under scrutiny

Published: April 28th, 2010
By Bucs Beat

Former Ole Miss quarterback Jevan Snead signed with the Bucs this week as an undrafted free agent, and it has left many wondering what he was thinking when he declared for the draft early.

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