Daily Bucs Links 6/25/11 - Urlacher Wants to Play in Tampa, Not London

JoeBucsFan.com | Brian Urlacher Wants To Play Bucs In Tampa - Tampa Bay Bucs Football
I'm not sure the Bucs disagree with Brian Urlacher, although home field advantage hasn't been particularly strong for the Bucs recently. 

Potential free agents from rest of NFL - NFC South Blog - ESPN
Pat Yasinskas provides us with a pretty comprehensive list of (potential) free agents. Presented without commentary. 

Five changes brought on by the lockout | National Football Post
Exactly what the title says. Most relevant for the Bucs: they'll be forced to spend.

PR Predicts: G Davin Joseph | Pewter Report
Pewter Reports predicts Davin Joseph will be back. I agree. 

Clarifying the matter of Barrett Ruud and the franchise tag | tampabay.com & St. Petersburg Times
As I said yesterday, Barrett Ruud cannot be franchised unless they add a provision in the new CBA to re-open the window for franchise tags. In addition, the situation hasn't really changed from the projections of February (if anything they strengthened the MLB position with Mason Foster), so why would they take a different course now?

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