WR Deficient Tampa Bay Buccaneers Say They Don’t Need Antonio Bryant

February 26, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

So there was Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Raheem Morris talking about the Bucs being "light years ahead" of where they were last season.
Meanwhile, a team that has virtually no quality receivers decided to allow the best of the bunch walk out the door without so much as a wave good bye.
Wide receiver Antonio Bryant, who caught 122 balls for 1,848 yards and 11 touchdowns while playing with five—count 'em—five different quarterbacks in two years, was deemed expendable.
Who's left as the number one receiver? Captain Whoops himself, the immortal Michael Clayton.
Morris blathered on about Bryant's injuries and the youth movement but the truth behind it all is general manager Mark Dominik wasn't a believer in Bryant. Bryant's monster 2008 season forced the franchise to slap the franchise tag on him, just so they looked like they were trying to keep their best players.
Bryant suffered through the first injuries of his NFL career and missed several games...

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