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tampabay.com Updated Oct 3, 2012
By Rick Stroud, Times Staff Writer Wednesday, October 3, 2012 TAMPA - Doug Martin can spin. He can juke. He can grind out yard after yard.But the Bucs rookie running back has fallen a little short when it comes to producing long runs.Martin ranks 17th iUpvote Share Tweet
By Stephen F. Holder, Times Staff Writer Wednesday, October 3, 2012 TAMPA - Bucs coach Greg Schiano cut his players loose Wednesday for their bye-week breaks, and the locker room was practically empty a mere half-hour after practice.But even as playersUpvote Share Tweet
Sapp's mansion to be sold at auctionFormer Bucs star Warren Sapp's multi-million dollar Reserve at Lake Butler Sound mansion in Windermere will be auctioned off Nov. 1 at the Orlando Airport Marriott. The 15,000 square-foot, custom-designed Tuscan mansion, which was built in 2005 for near…Upvote Share TweetJeremy Trueblood may have lost his job at right tackle, but it doesn't mean he can't be a starter on the offensive line for the Bucs. Coach Greg Schiano said his team used the bye week to take a look at some different offensive line combinations, one whUpvote Share Tweet
Reminder: Rick Stroud chat today at noon<a href=" >Rick Stroud chat (October 2012)</a>Upvote Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Oct 3, 2012Aaron Rodgers and Cosmo Kramer now have something in common. Or is it, AAARRRRRGGGGHHHHon Rodgers? The Packers quarterback isn’t ready to play for the Buccaneers, but he did have an idea about protecting the eye that got poked last week against the SainUpvote Share Tweetbuccaneersgab.com Oct 3, 2012The Bucs on Tuesday made a roster move, coming to terms with former San Francisco TE Nate Byham. Byham played at the University of Pittsburgh under current Tampa Bay tight ends coach Brian Angelico. A sixth-round pick in the 2010 draft, Byham played in …Upvote Share Tweet