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OLB Geno Hayes, relegated to special teams duty in the 27-16 loss at New Orleans, will return to the field for the Buccaneers defense against Houston on Sunday.
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While linebacker Geno Hayes doesn't have his starting job back, it appears he's been doing better in practice and could get some more snaps Sunday against the Texans, coach Raheem Morris said today.
Hayes, the starter at weakside the past couple years, was benched last week because he hadn't been consistent enough. Adam Hayward came in and got to play more in his place...
TAMPA Albert Haynesworth faced a throng of reporters and TV cameras crowding around his new Tampa Bay Buc locker Thursday and succinctly summed up his life in the not-so-fast lane since 2009.
"This is where I should have been like three years ago," he said.
The one-time dominant defensive tackle for the Tennessee Titans had a chance to play for the Bucs in '09....
In the third quarter of Sunday's Buccaneers loss at New Orleans, running back LeGarrette Blount committed a personal foul that ended up looming large.
He now says he regrets getting into the scuffle with Saints defensive end Will Smith and realizes it cost his team a chance to pull to within one score. "It's kind of a heat of the moment battle,"
Blount said. ...
BY ROY CUMMINGS The Tampa Tribune TAMPA – Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive tackle Gerald McCoy will undergo surgery on Wednesday to repair a torn right biceps tendon and expects his rehab to last at least six months. McCoy tore the right biceps tendon trying…
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The Buccaneers’ Most RecentJust like everyone else this week, I think that the Bucs need to do something about their horrendous offense and play calling. I agree that they cannot get away from running the ball, and running nothing but short crossing patterns becomes predictable and easy to defend. In general, though, the Bucs coaches need to take a step back look at the big picture...
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Tuesday signed defensive tackle John McCargo, a former North Carolina standout and first-round draft pick of the Buffalo Bills, McCargo's agent said.
Beleaguered defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth is finally in the city he believes he should have come to when he first left the Tennessee Titans as a free agent.
With the Tampa Bay Buccaneers adding defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth via waivers, and with plenty of people wondering precisely what the Buccaneers are thinking, G.M. Mark Dominik has provided a window into the team’s thought processes. “This is predicated on losing Gerald McCoy,” Dominik told Albert Breer of NFL.com. “If that doesn’t happen, this doesn’t…