Found December 10, 2011 on
Four games remain in the season for the Buccaneers, and that means the speculation about Raheem Morris' job security will likely drag on for at least another month. The Bucs qualify as one of this season's major disappointments, dragging six consecutive losses into today's game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
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TAMPA — Raheem Morris is seeing his slack in Tampa run out quicker then the Bucs blow games wide open from the wrong end. But as the Bucs sink deeper and deeper into their 4-9 hole, the question of how safe Raheem Morris’ job is becomes more and more relevant.
Morris balked at the question during...
TAMPA, Fla. The topic is unavoidable now, suddenly lingering like a dark cloud over the head of Bucs head coach Raheem Morris.
On the same day the Kansas City Chiefs fired head coach Todd Haley and the Miami Dolphins axed coach Tony Sparano, Morris took to the podium Monday and faced the kind of question that accompanies a seven-game losing streak and consecutive lopsided losses...
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers might have thought they wanted to give head coach Raheem Morris one more year as the head coach of the franchise, but ownership has no choice other than to fire him after the loss Sunday to the Jacksonville Jaguars. Raheem Morris led the Buccaneers to a 3-13 overall record in his first season, 2009, with the Buccaneers and the 2011 version of...
Beleaguered Bucs coach Raheem Morris said the only criticism he cares about will come from the Glazer family which owns the team and general manager Mark Dominik.
But regardless of his coaching future, Morris believes the adversity of a seven-game losing streak and another losing season will eventually make the Bucs better.
"No matter what the situation, whether I’m here...
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Buccaneers coach Raheem Morris said Monday that fundemantals will be stressed even more this week in practice, and one key aspect will be ball security, as Tampa Bay turned the ball over seven times in Sunday's loss.
One particular culprit in that category is running back LeGarrette Blount, who put the ball on the ground twice. Blount acknowledged Sunday it was an issue with...
There is an old saying in the NFL as far as QBs go; On Sundays, you go with the guy who practiced. This week, that is Josh Freeman. While he is still showing SOME sign of his shoulder injury, its more than likely not enough to keep him off the field in Jacksonville where the Bucs are facing a Jaguar team that is probably in worse shape than the Bucs.A 6 game losing streak is on the...
The focal point of the Buccaneers defense Sunday has been described by coach Raheem Morris as "a rolling ball of butcher knives.''
Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Raheem Morris said Monday he's not concerned about the opinions voiced by people outside the organization regarding the job he's done this season.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Raheem Morris denies that his seat is any hotter than usual despite a 4-9 record and a seven-game losing streak.
That's what Bucs coach Raheem Morris calls Jaguars standout Maurice Jones-Drew.
Bucs safety Sean Jones was fined $20,000 for a helmet-to-helmet hit on Panthers receiver Legedu Naanee last Sunday.
The NFL issued the fine earlier this week and confirmed it today. Jones was flagged for unnecessary roughness on the play, though players don't necessarily have to be flagged to draw a fine.
Defensive tackle Brian Price, who was involved in a skirmish that drew...