Tampa Bay Bucs: We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Brandon Marshall

April 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Michael Clayton, Maurice Stovall, Sammie Stroughter, and Mark Bradley. That's your top four wide receivers, Tampa Bay fans.
However, if the Tampa Bay Buccaneers parted ways with their second- and fifth-round draft picks this week, it could have looked like this: Brandon Marshall, Santonio Holmes, Stroughter, Stovall, Bradley.
For the price of a Dexter Jackson and Xavier Fulton, the Buccaneers could have had a receiver who has caught 100 balls in three consecutive seasons, and the Super Bowl MVP one year removed.
Yet your general manager, Mark Dominik, told a group of reporters in a pre-draft press conference that the services of Mr. Holmes and Mr. Marshall were not needed in Tampa Bay.
"I'd say that we evaluated it internally and we've made a decision," Dominik said. "We are very aware that receiver is a position that we will continue to monitor and look at on this football team. At the same point you have to look into what you feel is best for this football team. W...

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