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The Victory Formation:
When things go bad for celebrities, meaning that they no longer have money, they turn to reality TV. The latest sap (ha!) is former Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive lineman and current chapter 7 bankruptcy victim Warren Sapp. It seems that the big mouth and wide body will be grabbing a gavel and presiding over his [...]
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With the addition of rookie running back Doug Martin, Pat Yasinskas of ESPN.com believes he’ll start over LaGarette Blount and it makes perfect sense because one could argue that Martin is already a better all around running back.
The great thing about Martin is that he already has the pass protection skills needed to succeed in the NFL coming right out of college. Not to mention...
First-round draft pick Doug Martin is projected to work as Tampa Bay's No. 1 running back over LeGarrette Blount in 2012, according to Paul Kuharsky of ESPN.
Blount failed to perform up to expectations in a dismal 2011 season for the Buccaneers, and is better suited for a complementary role behind former Boise St. bruiser Martin. The rookie also brings more to the...
TAMPA BAY- Former Rutgers coach Greg Schiano just brought that team’s heart and soul to his new job. Right out of the gate the Buccaneers made incredible choices in both free agency and the draft. The best choice of all was signing DT Eric LeGrand.
Please click the link below to read the rest of this story and watch inspiring video of LeGrand.
7. S Mark Barron DHmmm, Mark Barron and a 4th round pick…or Morris Claiborne? That shouldn’t have been a tough question, but it was for the Buccaneers, who seem to have gotten it wrong. I know the Buccaneers had Barron higher than Claiborne on their board, but that’s ridiculous. Claiborne is a better player at a position of higher value. I had Barron in the 20s on my board...
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After getting fired by the NFL Network, Warren Sapp has moved on to bigger and better things, which apparently in Sapp's case means starring in a pilot as a TV judge.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced on Wednesday that they’ve signed former Rutgers defensive tackle Eric Legrand as a free agent.
Legrand became paralyzed after colliding with another player on a kickoff in 2010 against Army. Since then he’s been an inspiration to many people as he continues to fight his way back to being able to one day walk again. He’s determined to one...
As mentioned in the Daily Dump, Warren Sapp has moved on from his gig at the NFL Network to the frontier of TV court judge. No, we’re not kidding. This is the real deal. He’s really going to be a judge on your television at some point very soon. Again, not kidding. The former NFLer joins the likes of Judge Joe Brown, Judge Judy, Judge Greg Mathis, etc. How serious is this situation...
Warren Sapp has had a rough 2012. First he outs Jeremy Shockey as the leak in the Saints BountyGate scandal. Which it seems he was horrible wrong about. Then Sapp was forced to file for bankruptcy. An impressive feat when you consider the money he made as a player, and the fact that he has stared on two NFL related television shows since retirement. Finally to top everything...
Not long ago, Warren Sapp was content with life and getting his kicks accusing Jeremy Shockey of being the Saints bounty snitch. Suddenly, things have turned sour, Sapp has declared bankruptcy and lost his analyst gig with NFL Network. Times is tough. But Sapp perseveres. In fact, he’s already apparently gotten a job as a daytime television judge, because Judge Joe Brown just...
((HT: Fox8Live.com))And it looks like Jeremy Shockey may have some more evidence against Warren Sapp...Yes, it was a member of the Saints staff (allegedly), but it wsn't a player...Lee Zurik did the handiwork...Now, the larger questions...Yes, the HQ gets that whoever went to John Barr had an axe to grind...If this is the source, what can be taken from this...???Isn't the...
Offensive lineman are going to easily get pancake blocks against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this preseason. New York Jets are preparing to trade some picks for Eric Legrand in order to steal some pub.
PS - He's already better than Albert Haynesworth. [Follow me @TravisHouser]
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Cody Johnson split his time at Texas between single back and fullback, and he signed a free agent contract on Monday to play the latter with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
“That’s the fun part of the draft, when you see teams move around on the board,” Tampa Bay Buccaneers general manager Mark Dominik said Saturday night, not long after wrapping up the three-day NFL Draft. “You do a lot of planning for all the scenarios, and then it takes patience and aggressiveness.”
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