• Bucs not showing much interest in re-signing Roy Miller

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Feb 11, 2013
    In a few weeks, Bucs nose tackle Roy Miller becomes an unrestricted free agent. Despite that, we’ve learned there have been no substantive contract talks between Miller and the Bucs, calling into question the team's commitment to re-signing its 2009 third-round pick. Stephen Holder of the Tampa Bay Times reports there have been no substantive contract talks between Miller and the Bucs, calling into question the team’s commitment to re-signing its 2009 third-round pick. And if you ask the opinion of defensive tackle Gerald McCoy, who is close to Miller, he’d tell you Miller is a keeper. Coach Greg Schiano had Miller play the so-called “tilted nose”, aligning him at angle rather than head up on an offensive lineman. They were the league’s stingiest run defense, allowing 82.5 yards per game on the ground, while also allowing more passing yards than any other team in the league.
    • No Talks Right Now Between Bucs And NT Roy Miller

      In a few weeks, Bucs nose tackle Roy Miller becomes an unrestricted free agent. Stephen Holder of the Tampa Bay Times reports there have been no substantive contract talks between Miller and the Bucs, calling into question the team’s commitment to re-si

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