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Bucs coach Raheem Morris ejected DT Brian Price from the field after his third quarter personal foul penalty Sunday in a 38-19 loss to the Carolina Panthers. The Panthers led 31-12 in the third quarter after a 4-yard sack by linebacker Geno Hayes would've made it third-and-13 at the Carolina 16-yard line. But after the play, Price was called for unsportsmanlike conduct and the Panthers wound up scoring a touchdown on the drive to put the game away. Morris also used an expletive in his live, post-game press conference in describing his reasoning for ordering Price off the field immediately. "Yes, I sent him to the locker room,'' Morris said. "I told him go home. F---. Yeah. Because it's foolish, it's selfish to your teammates, to everybody in your organization, to your fans. That's terrible. That's just selfish behavior to get a 15-yard penalty, in that situation, when that's all we talk about, when that's all we discuss. You just can'...
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