Found July 17, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
Buccaneers training camp previewTRAINING CAMP GOALS 1. The Bucs made a lot of decisions in the offseason based on one simple goal: save quarterback Josh Freeman. Two years ago, Freeman passed for 25 touchdowns and only six interceptions. But last season, affected by the lockout and a suspect supporting cast, Freeman struggled to throw only 16 touchdowns and 22 interceptions. Coach Greg Schiano began by hiring Giants quarterbacks coach Mike Sullivan as offensive coordinator. Sullivan is credited with helping Giants quarterback Eli Manning the past two years. The Bucs also improved Freeman's weapons. They signed a legitimate No. 1 receiver in free agent Vincent Jackson and Saints guard Carl Nicks. The Bucs also used the No. 31 overall pick on Boise State running back Doug Martin, who can be effective on all three downs. Freeman has to improve his accuracy and fundamentals while learning his third offense in four years. But he's off to a good start. 2. The Bucs' front...

Mark Barron a no show for rookie training camp

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