NFL Free Agency 2010: With Reggie Brown, Buccaneers Step into the Kiddie Pool

March 9, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Surely you knew the Tampa Bay Buccaneers would avoid any major splash in the 2010 free agency pool.
The Bucs took a dainty step into the kiddie pool Tuesday when they latched on to Eagle-in-the-doghouse Reggie Brown.
Sure, Brown was a second-round draft choice back in 2005 out of Georgia. And isn't that exciting?—another SEC receiver to join forces with the greatness that is former LSU star Michael Clayton.
The Bucs squirmed and parted with a sixth-round pick in next year's (2011) draft.
Brown seemingly is a great fit in a receiving corps that prides itself on, well, for lack of a better word, unproductivity.
The former Bulldog managed nine catches for 155 yards last season while he occupied the basement of Eagle coach Andy Reid's doghouse.
Brown's 2008 season featured injuries, which should be comforting to Buccaneer fans and followers.
Brown's listed at 6'1", 197 pounds.
Tampa Bay coach Raheem Morris has said that the Buccaneers are "ligh...

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