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Daily Bucs Links 6/21/11 - Owner Meetings on CBA Continue, Tiki Barber Not Coming To The Bucs

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Albert Breer provides some updates on the ongoing owner meetings. It seems that this is mostly an informational meeting, and no major decisions will be made. news: Tangle of hope, pessimism surround owners talks in Chicago
In another post, Breer explains what the main concerns on the part of the owners are, and how the owners are divided. 

A moment in time | National Football Post
Andrew Brandt explains why this is a critical time in negotiations, and compares the current labor situation to the 2006 situation. 

Tiki Barber and Bucs a long shot - NFC South Blog - ESPN
Here we go again. John Clayton noted that the Bucs may be a landing spot for Tiki Barber, and now we all have to go and debunk that. Yasinskas does that very well. 

The PBP: Lance Kendricks and the modern 2-TE passing game - Turf Show Times
This Turf Show Times post focuses on what the Rams will do with two tight ends, but a lot of is more general. It's a useful read for anyone wondering what the Bucs' offense may look like, as they will likely run a lot of 2TE sets next season. 

Marvez: NFL must become take a vested interest in preventing head trauma - NFL News | FOX Sports on MSN
This is a good column on the role strength and conditioning can play in preventing head trauma. - Profiles of NFL's 32 team owners
A quick profile of all 32 NFL owners. Nothing new in there, but worth a quick look. 

Three Years of Pass Rushing Productivity: Edge Rushers |
PFF comes out with another slew of stats. This time, it appears Tim Crowder is the one who sucks. | Stadium Keeps Coming Cheap 
JoeBucsFan writes a good opinion piece on the Bucs' stadium deal, and why it was a good deal for the county. 

Glazer Family Foundation Continues Support of TBSC
The Glazers donate some more money to charity. Hurray.