ProFootballWeekly.com - Talib's future uncertain, but he has support of veteran teammates
Every time a teammate has been asked about Aqib Talib so far, they've been supportive of him. If every teammate wants him back, will the Bucs still cut or trade him?
Mark Dominik: Free agency moves a possibility for Bucs | tampabay.com & St. Petersburg Times
Dominik continues to hammer the point of building through the draft, but doesn't rule out free agency spending this season.
FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS: Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis | Broken Tackles 2010
No Sabby Piscitelli to lead the rankings this year, but Ronde Barber is near the top again. It shouldn't really be a surprise that a tiny, old cornerback has a tendency to have his tackles broken.
Raymond James Stadium project reminder of the Glazers' sweetheart deal | tampabay.com & St. Petersburg Times
The St. Petersburg Times is entirely correct in saying the Glazers got a sweetheart deal with the stadium back in '97, although it's a bit late to be complaining about that.
JoeBucsFan.com | Enough With The Stadium Nonsense - Tampa Bay Bucs Football
But JoeBucsFan does a good job of showing what crucial details the Times got wrong.
An Unexpected Visit With Family | The Rookie Scouting Portfolio
Now for something completely different: a photo tour of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Well worth the watch for anyone interested in NFL history.
The Replay Booth: Chris Clemons, Raheem Brock, Stunt Perfection - Field Gulls
Field Gulls dissects one of the sacks the Bucs gave up against the Seahawks. This one looks suspiciously like a broken play. Ted Larsen being pretty far behind the line of scrimmage probably means he was expecting a screen, except no one else was.
FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS: Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis | Roger Goodell Is Full of Crap
Football Outsiders shows that Goodell is full of it. Hardly surprsing.
Goodell-speak: NFL's lockout doubletalk requires translation | TBO.com
More Goodell-speak dissection.
NFL Labor: The Battle We Aren’t Talking About | Cheesehead TV
Packers fansite Cheesehead TV gives an excellent analysis of the role revenue sharing plays in the current labor problems. One detail they get wrong is pointing to the Bucs as a low-revenue team, though. The Glazers have done an excellent job in monetizing a (relatively) small-market franchise, as the Bucs have been one of the top teams in terms of revenue for years on end.
McKenzie Working Out With Freeman To Prepare For 2011 Season | Pewter Report
McKenzie is ready to take over as starting MLB from the sound of it.