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Buccaneers nose tackle Roy Miller will head elsewhere as a free agent if the current state of his negotiations with Tampa Bay holds.
Talks between the team and its 2009 third-round draft choice, scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent on March 12, have broken off with the sides seemingly far apart.
Its unclear what the team is offering Miller and his contract demands arent known. But Millers agent did nothing to dismiss the notion that Miller is destined to play in another uniform in 2013.
Roy is excited to see whats out there for him in free agency, said his agent, Mike McCartney. He has a lot to offer after an excellent season, helping a team that was last against the run (in 2011) go to No. 1 against the run last season.
Source: Tampa Bay Times
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