Found November 03, 2011 on
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Bucs coach Raheem Morris revealed Thursday that quarterback Josh Freeman suffered a sprained right thumb in the loss to the Bears in London.
But Morris was pretty clear that Freeman's injury is not an issue - he's practiced the past two weeks without any problems. It only came up when Freeman was spotted in a Wednesday's NFL Network interview with tape on his thumb...
At the mid-season mark of the 2011 NFL regular season, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers find themselves with a 4-3 record, 1/2 game behind the New Orleans Saints and in second place in the NFC South. The league’s youngest team has taken a step back this season as the team remains a work in progress. The offense is not hitting on all cylinders and the young defense has shown...
Buccaneers running back LeGarrette Blount injured the MCL in his knee during a Week Five blowout loss to the 49ers. He missed two games, but he’ll be back on Sunday, when the Bucs meet the Saints again, three weeks after their first meeting of the season. And with Earnest Graham out for the year after…
Buccaneers coach Raheem Morris is the youngest head coach in the NFL, but he has a little old-school in him, as well.
The Buccaneers’ First HalfThe Bucs’ season has definitely been up and down this year with some really quality wins against Atlanta and New Orleans. On the other hand, they have looked absolutely terrible in games this year and I don’t even want to think about the San Francisco game. Josh Freeman has been erratic and may have read too many press clippings in the offseason...
Former NFL defensive tackle Warren Sapp has a problem with the way Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh has handled the scrutiny that he’s faced with regards to people accusing him of playing dirty and taunting quarterback Matt Ryan when he was injured a couple of week’s ago when the Lions played the Falcons. Sapp who now [...]
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have signed safety
David Sims, bolstering the team's depth in the secondary.
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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