Found February 02, 2012 on Washington Times:
ANALYSIS/OPINION: Every NFL season has its share of the unexpected. For instance, who would have guessed when the league resumed business in July that Albert Haynesworth, the disinterested defensive tackle, would con not one but two teams — New England and Tampa Bay — into paying him a salary? On ...

Is Haynesworth done?

By the time Week 9 of the 2011 NFL season was in the books (a Tampa Bay loss at New Orleans), the Buccaneers were up against an interior defense thinned by the loss of DT Gerald McCoy.  General Manager Mark Dominik elected to claim from waivers a player he had been seeking since ascending to the top spot in 2009: Albert Haynesworth.  In fact, Dominik outbid the team Haynesworth...

History shows the Bucs have a good shot at winning next year

We all know what a remarkable job the Tampa Bay Buccaneers did in 2010, improving their record by SEVEN games going from 3-13 in 2009 to 10-6 in 2010. But the  Bucs fell hard in 2011, going 4-12, and sadly, that statistically was expected by people who follow such numbers.But what about year 4, and year 5? Well good news Bucs fans, because the studies show that the Bucs, like most...

Derrick Brooks: Jason Pierre-Paul seized an opportunity

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Rutgers could engage in bidding war for assistant coaches

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Report: Pittsburgh Steelers' Jerry Olsavsky interviewing for Tampa Bay Buccaneers LBs coach

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