Daily Bucs Links 6/18/11 - Meet Josh Freeman's Personal Coach, Talib's Case Not Going Anywhere

Josh Freeman gets coaching in lockout - NFC South Blog - ESPN
In this article, Pat Yasinskas uncovers Josh Freeman's secret weapon: a personal QB coach. It's a pretty interesting read on what, exactly, Freeman has been doing during offseasons. 

JoeBucsFan.com | Talib Attorney Updates Case - Tampa Bay Bucs Football
Aqib Talib's lawyer wants to go to trial quickly, but the prosecution apparently isn't ready to go to trial yet, as the Dallas justice system is heavily backlogged. 

History Center Exhibit Honors Sparkman, Local Sports | Buccaneers.com
There's a new sports exhibit in the Tampa Bay History Center, for those interested in the early beginnings of the Buccaneers

NFL labor drama is rooted in rapid revenue growth - NFL News | FOX Sports on MSN
Here's a good look at the ridiculous growth of NFL revenues since 1995, and why the players don't want to be left out if revenue continues to grow. 

NFL.com news: New kickoff rules will only make Colts more dangerous
This article may be about the Colts, but it's interesting for the Bucs as well. At the core, both teams play a Tampa 2 defense (though the Bucs are more aggressive), and worse starting position for opponents helps a defense like that. 

Ex-Buc Hovan helping USF as weight-room intern | tampabay.com & St. Petersburg Times h/t SB Nation Tampa Bay
Chris Hovan is starting to make some forays into coaching, apparently. 

Bucs 2005 NFL Draft Review | Pewter Report
Pewter Report reviews the 2005 Draft. Surprise: not good. 

Cat Scratch Reader interviews ESPN.com's Pat Yasinskas pt.2 - Cat Scratch Reader
Over at the Panthers' blog, Pat Yasinskas points to Gerald McCoy as the Breakout Player of 2011. 


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