The Tampa Bay Bucs spent last season on the defensive for their spendthrift policy of shunning free agency a strategy that backfired with a 4-12 season and the end of the Raheem Morris era.
Talk about going on the offensive now.
In a stunning 24-hour period, the Bucs dived head-first into the opening of the 2012 free-agent market and came away with three players who could help change the fortunes of the team under new head coach Greg Schiano.
It was an about-face that suddenly changes the face of the franchise.
After signing top-tier former San Diego Chargers wide receiver Vincent Jackson on Tuesday night, general manager Mark Dominik inked ex-Detroit Lions standout cornerback Eric Wright and longtime New Orleans Saints star offensive guard Carl Nicks on Wednesday morning.
And all three met the media in an impromptu afternoon press conference at One Buc Place marking what could be a pivotal day in the clubs history.
If Dominik and the Glazer Family were looking to get the at...