Tampa Bay Buccaneers: LeGarrette Blount Has Last Quack

December 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

When LeGarrette Blount was first suspended at Oregon for being too individualistic and lazy, he changed his behavior, and the ducks flew together.
When Blount punched Boise State’s Byron Hout in the jaw and was suspended a second time, he was eventually forgiven, and the ducks flew together.
When Blount fought with Tennessee Titans defensive end Eric Bakhtiari in his first ever NFL preseason training camp, he was again exonerated, but the former duck was eventually cut, stopped flying and was temporarily grounded.
Despite receiving public praise from head coach Jeff Fisher, Blount was waived by the Titans on September 5th this year and was claimed the next day by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who were in desperate need of a decent backup running back.
The pickup was considered risky because, although few NFL experts doubted Blount’s talent, many questions were asked about whether his personality was befitting of a professional football player.
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