2010 NFL Free Agency: Much Ado About Nothing for Tampa Bay Bucs

March 6, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The names kept clicking off, one after another. Julius Peppers and Chester Taylor to the Bears. Karlos Dansby to the Dolphins. Dunta Robinson to the Falcons. Anquan Boldin to the Ravens. The Seahawks are laying the groundwork to acquire Brandon Marshall. Nate Burleson and a cast of thousands to the Lions?
Meanwhile, according to Tampa sports radio host Steve Duemig, the Buccaneers made no contact with any free agents today.
Think about that for a second, folks—the Bucs didn't even bother calling.
When the Lions, who have been rebuilding since the 1950s, are more attractive than your own locale, something stinks in Denmark.
That smell is coming from the offices of Bryan and Joel Glazer. It's the smell of money, the stockpiles of it rising around their desks as they look to pay the piper for their ill advised over-leveraging of kickball club Manchester United.
The Bucs aren't calling because there's no money to spend. It's all being shipped to jolly ole' Engl...

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