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Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Raheem Morris is the youngest head coach in the NFL, but has a little old-school in him, as well.
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The Bucs have been under some mild scrutiny since Thursday's revelation that quarterback Josh Freeman suffered a minor sprain of his right thumb but was not previously included on the team's injury report.
Morris said the Saints, after hearing of the news, reported the omission to NFL officials. But Morris insists the Bucs are not among the many teams that often engage...
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Buccaneers coach Raheem Morris is the youngest head coach in the NFL, but he has a little old-school in him, as well.
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In an off-season interview, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 3rd-year head coach Raheem Morris was asked about his team’s attitude heading into the 2011 season. He responded by saying his group of young and talented players are "youngry" after missing out on the playoffs in 2010 despite winning 10 games. At the time Morris just thought he was being clever. Little did he know he was...
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Bucs coach Raheem Morris said it was his belief the Saints reported the Bucs to NFL officials for their decision not to list quarterback Josh Freeman on the injury report despite his sprained thumb.
And, it turns out, he was right.
Saints coach Sean Payton admitted as much to New Orleans reporters today.
"Listen, I think when your quarterback's on NFL Network with a splint...