Originally posted on The Bay Cave  |  Last updated 4/26/13

The Buccaneers did not have a selection in the first round of the draft Thursday night but that did not stop the team from hosting their annual draft day party for the fans.  The party featured several Buccaneers players in attendance, including the introduction of the two major offseason acquisitions, Dashon Goldson and Darrelle Revis. Both received a warm welcome by the fans in attendance. Fans were excited, chanting “Revis, Revis” as they watched him interview with Buccaneers.com’s Rachel Ramirez. She asked him if he is excited about changing the Bucs worst pass defense in 2012 to one of the top ones in the league moving forward. It appears the Bucs secondary will have a nickname heading into the 2013 season according to Revis. We’re gonna change that. We’re gonna change the pass defense all around. We got some great guys back in the secondary. Mark Barron, Eric Wright, me and Dashon Goldson — it’s called the no fly zone. That’s what we’re calling it, the no fly zone. The Bucs were last in the league in 2012 as they allowed 4,758 yards. If the “No Fly Zone” lives up to Revis’ expectations, the only thing left is for the front seven (or four) to get after the quarterback and serve as air traffic controllers. For the full Revis interview on Buccaneers.com, click here. The post Revis and Bucs calling secondary the “no fly zone” appeared first on The Bay Cave.

MORE FROM YARDBARKER

Kyrie Irving has no regrets about cursing at heckler who taunted him about LeBron

Tennessee's Rashaan Gaulden flips double bird to 'Bama fans, down by 22 points

WATCH: Adrian Killins injured after crashing into goat bucket

Twitter reacts to Adrian Killins leaving everyone in dust on 79-yard TD

Kristaps Porzingis wants to see changes from Knicks before committing long-term

LIKE WHAT YOU SEE?
GET THE DAILY NEWSLETTER:

Jimbo Fisher gets into it with fan holding derogatory sign after loss

WATCH: Longhorns coach trucked during sideline celebration

Cam Newton violates NFL rules by refusing to speak with media all week

Jemele Hill says she ‘deserved’ ESPN suspension, stands by comments

Six teams on upset alert in NFL Week 7

Kevin Durant would ‘love’ to make All-Defensive Team

Sports & Politics Intersect: Cubs owner up for Heritage Foundation post

The 'Like Mike, only better' quiz

Three Up, Three Down: Dodgers finish Cubs while Astros find pain in the Bronx

The 'Some call me the Rocket, some people call me Maurice' quiz

Kyrie Irving must lead Celtics through a disaster in search for happiness

Jacoby Brissett: The forgotten up-and-comer

NFL Week 7 Predictions

The 'Can I have a quick sword with you?' quiz

College football 2017 Week 8 predictions

NFL Referee Hotline Bling: Austin Seferian-Jenkins drops a call

Blackhawks get extra depth on defense with newbies Rutta and Forsling

The 'Old faces in new places' quiz

Buccaneers News
Delivered to your inbox
You'll also receive Yardbarker's daily Top 10, featuring the best sports stories from around the web. Customize your newsletter to get articles on your favorite sports and teams. And the best part? It's free!

By clicking "Sign Me Up", you have read and agreed to the Yardbarker Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. You can opt out at any time. For more information, please see our Privacy Policy.

Houston Astros hold off Yankees, forcing Game 7

Sports & Politics Intersect: Cubs owner up for Heritage Foundation post

The 'Like Mike, only better' quiz

Three Up, Three Down: Dodgers finish Cubs while Astros find pain in the Bronx

The 'Some call me the Rocket, some people call me Maurice' quiz

Kyrie Irving must lead Celtics through a disaster in search for happiness

Jacoby Brissett: The forgotten up-and-comer

NFL Week 7 Predictions

College football 2017 Week 8 predictions

The 'Can I have a quick sword with you?' quiz

Today's Best Stuff
For Publishers
Company Info
Help
Follow Yardbarker