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Daily Bucs Links 5/25/11 - Benn Almost Recovered, Morris wants Ruud and Cadillac back

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Six months after ACL tear, Arrelious Benn goes hard during Bucs workout | & St. Petersburg Times
Arrelious Benn is working out and running hard, although he isn't making sharp cuts yet. 

Bucs' Morris wants Ruud, Cadillac back in 2011 |
Raheem Morris wants to see Barrett Ruud and Cadillac Williams back in 2011. But what else is he going to say? 'No, I don't want these guys back?'

Raheem Morris pumps up kids, laments Bucs' missed offseason | & St. Petersburg Times
Morris talks about what missing the offseason means for this team. 

FP - NFC South Best Players NOT in HOF
Cris Collinsworth is trying to get the best player not in the Hall of Fame nominated for the Hall of Fame, but was struggling to come up with names for the NFC South. I gave him a couple of suggestions, but Hardy Nickerson seems most deserving of those eligible (Derrick Brooks, John Lynch, Warren Sapp aren't eligible, Mike Alstott will be).

Is anything lost cancelling the Rookie Symposium? | National Football Post
The Rookie Symposium has been cancelled this year, but Matt Bowen says: 'Big whoop, wanna fight about it?'

Drop Percentage |
Pro Football Focus looks at leage-wide drop percentages, and Mike Williams is near the top. Mike Williams seemed to have trouble making the easy catches on underneath routes at times. This is usually an issue with focus. - A special kind of quarterback
Pro Football Weekly did a piece on Doug Williams, mostly about his Super Bowl win, but it's still a good read on the Bucs' second-best quarterback ever. 

League may fine teams that incur multiple player safety fines | ProFootballTalk
In addition to yesterday's rule changes, the league will now start fining teams to force them to teach proper technique. 

FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS: Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis | Most Run Defeats 2010
Football Outsiders looks at the most 'Run Defeats' (basically: the most splash plays). Geno Hayes does well.