It seems the Tampa Bay Buccaneers players aren't happy with the Eric Wright trade. It may make some sense given the whole DUI arrest and all, but that doesn't mean the players have to like that one of their own is getting traded for peanuts.
Or, well, mostly it's Donald Penn who seems disappointed.
I can't believe this trade and I'm just gonna leave it at that smfh— Donald Penn (@DPENN70) July 19, 2013
@EWrighteous21 u will b missed bro bro— Donald Penn (@DPENN70) July 19, 2013
Myron Lewis (@Mylew23) July 19, 2013
Wish my big bro @EWrighteous21 all the best!! You always have a fan in me son. Go out there and do your #'s bruh. Be blessed.— Gerald McCoy (@Geraldini93) July 19, 2013
We have more reactions to the news, though. Both media and fans chimed in.
Told ya, Wright was a pain in the ass off the field & that's why he's gone. Pegged for DUI again for a 2nd straight year? Wow. Not smart— Tom Krasniqi (@TKras) July 19, 2013
On a football note, the trade def doesnt make tampa a better team on the field in 2013. It puts tremendous pressure on banks right away— shaun king (@realshaunking) July 19, 2013
Best explanation for the Eric Wright trade? He was never going to be a Buccaneer Man. Not deemed a positive influence for a young secondary— Ira Kaufman (@IKaufmanTBO) July 19, 2013
@Bucs_Nation Does that make sense to you? It doesn't to me!— Mark Whitby (@twitspvfc) July 19, 2013
@Bucs_Nation not shocked....— Ripperdan (@Makingmerkins) July 19, 2013
@Bucs_Nation 1 injury in the secondary or DL and we're back to the 2012 Bucs...what happened to depth?— Damian (@ajay813) July 19, 2013
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