used to play for the saints if im not mistaken.....never got much time on the field
on twitter they mentioned he has the 7th highest all time punt return average
i would have liked to seen us bring Tim Crowder back or Andre Carter but i like the Roscoe Parrish move hopefully he can still bring something to the table in the return game but as far as Charleston I give him a few weeks before we look at another DE in free agency unless he comes in and balls out which i highly doubt
WHAT TIME IS IT RED BARRON? TIME TO BRING THE PAIN
Devin Hester is unhappy in Chicago..... hmmm what kind of WR is Schiano looking for? Oh yeah FAST
this is just me getting my hopes up but with Hester and Parrish returning kicks. Plus using Hester in the slot. this offesne just got a lil more explosive lol
hester is a hall of fame return guy
but he is a horrible ****ing reciever...they shoulda kept him at corner
^^^a lot of people say things like this, but then theyre suprised when he goes to another team and sucks....cutler has a big arm and is not a horrible quarterback...
he was drafted in 06 cutler didnt come til 09...did dookie as a wr without him and still with him
He makes 0 impact on any game as a WR, hes not good at it at all.. his routes are shaky at best and his hands arent great. Hes fast and really athletic thats why they liked him at corner...he couldnt do that either
Dont know if any of yall remember when they made a real effort to get him in on offense it was a joke and its never gotten better
2012 2 rec. 27 yards 0 tds 3 games
i understand the argument but it never worked in chicago...tampa aint known for miracles
Addition by subtraction?The Bucs are no longer even activating former starting RT Jeremy Trueblood on game days.
Trueblood was benched for Demar Dotson and can only play right tackle. The Bucs need more "versatility" in their game-day backup offensive linemen. "It’s just when you’re not the starter, when you’re a backup and you dress seven offensive linemen, it’s (about) position flexibility at that point," coach Greg Schiano explained. Trueblood is "earning" $4 million this season.