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Aqib Talib Gains Momentum


Sorry if you guys already knew this, or if your minds are made up about Aqib Talib. In my opinion it looks like Talib is going to be cleared of his charges, which makes me hope that the Bucs do not flat out release the star cornerback. Not trying to beat on a dead drum here but based on the current roster I think the Bucs can certainly win their division with Talib, without at best we might steal a wild card. Raheem Morris of all people should be able to give a reasonable opinion to Mark Dominik pertaining to if he believes Aqib was in the wrong place at the wrong time, and this really is NOT Aqib, or if Talib simply sill never change, and forever be a trouble maker. Either way this is positive news for Aqib Talib.

Q & A with Raheem Morris


Good little read on Morris as he enters his first training camp as head coach. We're half a day in, but I like it so far (just drank the kool-aid if you couldn't tell)

Dominik and Morris Speak Out

General Manager Mark Dominik On Derrick Brooks: "I have had the fortune of being here for all 14 seasons of Derrick's extraordinary career, and have seen firsthand the impact he has had on every aspect of this organization. He was a true professional in every sense of the word. He will forever represent the standard by which all future Buccaneers are measured." On Warrick Dunn: "Warrick Dunn has represented this organization on so many levels with his unselfishness on and off the field. He is a great football player and unmatched competitor. Warrick’s work in the community is evident by the number of people he has touched with his kindness." On Joey Galloway, Ike Hilliard and Cato June: "We thank Joey, Ike and Cato for their contributions to this franchise over the last several years. They were crucial to our success and we appreciate all of their hard work." Head Coach Raheem Morris On Derrick Brooks: "There is no way to adequately thank Derrick Brooks for his years of dedication and service to this team and community, or for his impact on me personally. He is a once in a lifetime kind of player and man, and I am very fortunate to have had the chance to work with him and learn from him. Those who played with him and coached him are better because of it." On the other released players: "All of these guys are very special in our hearts and within our organization. I would like to thank them for their dedication and commitment to our franchise over the years."
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