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The NFL’s anti-tampering policy is well known across those involved in league circles and beyond. What was debated back and forth was whether players are included in that policy as well. A couple weeks back, I published an article detailing information from the league’s tampering policy which includes players as well (read it here if you missed it). Is it a possibility Buccaneers’ left tackle Donald Penn is violating the rules with Jet’s cornerback Darrelle Revis? @revis24 lol u r a lil close what’s up my dude we waiting on u #BucsNation — Donald Penn (@DPENN70) March 30, 2013 The above can simply mean that Penn is waiting for Revis to join him and others in an online game of Call of Duty. Who knows. But this tweet has excited many, many Bucs fans. It’s no secret the Buccaneers are going after Revis. The team may have informed the players of there direction and Penn (and possibly others) have tried their own version of recruiting the All-Pro cornerback. That’s all speculative of course. Whatever the case may be, the players can’t technically “recruit” Darrelle Revis. He is not a free agent. He is locked in contractually, at least for this season, with the Jets. So with that said, we’ll continue to wait on the Jets to accept an offer if they decide to. The post Bucs players recruiting Darrelle Revis? appeared first on The Bay Cave.
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