Found November 01, 2011 on The Pewter Plank:
 Foster has been a freak in his first year with the Bucs and he's only going to get better.October MVP: Mason Foster It’s tough to find bright spots in Tampa’s October but if you look hard enough you’ll find Mason Foster, the rookie out of Washington. He’s quickly becoming a staple of this defense as he embodies it’s ‘Yungry’ attitude and it’s flashes of potential. Foster isn’t leading in tackles anymore but he’s all over the place. He has 22 tackles, 10 assists and has a forced fumble to his credit. Foster has had his bad games, but for a first year starter at a position like middle linebacker, Foster is only going to get better.October RecapThe Bucs got a little big headed in September and that reared it’s ugly head in October. The Bucs came into the month with just one loss and we under the influence (as was I) of the 3-1 record. But reality soon kicked in and we were reminded of just how young, inexperienced, and unaccomplished this team really is.It all started with troubl

Linebackers- What to do with them!?!

No one it seems, is happy with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebackers. You'd think Tim Tebow played back there or something.Truth is, and I'm pretty sure most Bucs fans will agree, Mason Foster looks promising. Sure he has had his little ups and downs, but he started as a pure rookie, and he has gotten better each week. He plays the ML position with much more physicality than...

British government wants NFL team

A Member of Parliament said there’s a lot of support for the American version of football in London and would like to develop the sport in Britain and eventually secure an NFL franchise.

Buccaneers RB Blount practices fully

Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back LeGarrette Blount practiced fully on Wednesday in preparation for Sunday's game against NFC South rival New Orleans Saints. Blount has been sidelined since a 48-3 trouncing by the San Francisco 49ers on Oct. 9. The second-year tailback suffered a knee injury in the blowout after earning just 10 carries for 34 yards. His return is vital after...

LeGarrette Blount is back, with a bigger workload

Buccaneers running back LeGarrette Blount injured the MCL in his knee during a Week Five blowout loss to the 49ers.  He missed two games, but he’ll be back on Sunday, when the Bucs meet the Saints again, three weeks after their first meeting of the season. And with Earnest Graham out for the year after…

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REAR ENTRIES: Freeman Never Even Mentioned Once

INJURY UPDATE: After their week off, most Bucs are back at practice today. Gerald McCoy, Sammie Stroughter, Jeff Faine, Tanard Jackson and LeGarrette Blount are all practicing. The only one not practicing is Jeremy Zuttah, which is more of a loss these days than it used to be for some reason. Speaking of Blount, the Times confirms that he will be back into his starting position...

Buccaneers RB Blount wants to be every-down back

Tampa Bay Buccaneers RB LeGarrette Blount expects to return Sunday against the New Orleans Saints and hopes to play on third downs.

Bucs Q&A: Balanced attack would help Freeman

Have a good question about the Tampa Bay Buccaneers? The Tampa Tribune's beat writers - Roy Cummings and Ira Kaufman - will answer it.

Bucs Q&A: Is Talib really an elite player?

Have a good question about the Tampa Bay Buccaneers? The Tampa Tribune's beat writers - Roy Cummings and Ira Kaufman - will answer it.

Takeaways will tell tale in Superdome

BY IRA KAUFMAN TAMPA—Most NFL coaches will tell you turnovers are the most telling statistic in determining a game’s outcome. That has certainly been the case when the Buccaneers and Saints have met during the Raheem Morris era as Tampa Bay’s head coach. The Bucs have won three of those…
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