Found July 12, 2012 on
They shape opinions and educate the masses that are quick to turn-around and quote what they say as truth.
Some are very good and some are very bad. The best speak to the viewer and not to the camera.
You might have a name or two that you would swap out for the names on this list. While none will ever be John Madden status, it can’t be denied that these are amongst the best in the football business.
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If your looking for a reserve running back for your fantasy team keep an eye on former Boise State Bronco, Doug Martin of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Taken 31st overall in the draft Martin will share the load with incumbent LeGarrette Blount. Blount has voiced he has no interest in sharing the load but in Head Coach Schiano's system the ground game is crucial and Martin...
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have caught another break this offseason. The Buccaneers faced the possible loss of veteran CB Aqib Talib as he faced felony charges in Texas over a weapons charge. The charges were dropped against Talib but he still might face some sort of suspension from the NFL given his history. Just a few weeks ago, Tampa Bay was facing the prospect of heading into the...
Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Eric Wright will not face felony charges stemming from his July 2 arrest for driving under the influence. The district attorney's office in Los Angeles County hasn't filed any charges against Wright to date. Wright's attorney, Jeremy I. Lessem, issued a statement saying prosecutors reviewed facts and decided not to file charges. Wright...
Eric LeGrand received the Jimmy V Perseverance Award last night at the ESPNYS and delivered an inspiring speech. LeGrand talked about the moment right after he injured himself and not knowing what would happen next. He ended, fittingly, by quoting Jimmy V.
LeGrand, the former Rutgers football player, was paralyzed from the neck down while making a tackle on a special teams play...
6. Safety John Lynch: Played for the Buccaneers from 1993-2003. Considered one of the “Most Feared Tacklers” in league history by NFL Films, Lynch made the Pro Bowl nine times (five with the Bucs). Sixth in organization history in interceptions (23) and fourth in tackles (787), Lynch now makes his living as a color commentator for FOX Sports.
Why is Lynch No. 6:
Wide receivers coach P.J. Fleck is the latest to praise prized offseason acquisition Vincent Jackson, according to the Pewter Report. Fleck said, "The one thing about Vincent is this, he's made it very clear to me that he wants to become an elite player. ... I think there's still a carrot in front of him that he's chasing."
Jackson may be sporting...
According to Albert Breer of the NFL Network, the Los Angeles County District Attorney has decided to not filed DUI charges against Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Eric Wright, per Wright’s Lawyer Jeremy Lessem. Now Wright and the can breathe a sigh of relief and get ready for the season.
“Eric is glad this is behind him and is eager to begin training camp at...
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We’re celebrating some of the greatest hits in Denver Broncos history. Today, we remember John Lynch‘s big hit on Dallas Clark.
Be sure to check back tomorrow for Hit No. 10! After the series is over we’ll top it off with one big hitastic video.