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Gruden confident he can fix Bucs woes

By FRED GOODALL, AP Sports Writer
January 2, 2007

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- Jon Gruden struggled for answers that didn't sound like excuses for Tampa Bay's worst season in 15 years.

"We are 4-12 and I take full responsibility for it," the Buccaneers coach said. "At the same time, we have a lot of guys in this organization with world championship rings and I think we understand how to get back there and what needs to be done.


"Clearly, there are some things that we need to address."

Four years removed from leading the Bucs to their only Super Bowl title, Gruden talked about injuries, a difficult schedule and the fact the team was forced to rely on a lot of young players to fill key roles.

He called this his toughest season in nine years as an NFL head coach. Gruden also expressed confidence that he and general manager Bruce Allen can fix things now that the team has long-standing salary-cap issues under control.

After five years of having to be budget-minded during the offseason, Tampa Bay is projected to have more than $25 million under the salary cap to pursue free agents and improve the roster for next season.

Gruden is 27-37 since the Super Bowl season, and Tampa Bay has missed the playoffs with losing records three of the past four years, raising the question of whether he and Allen -- the coach's hand-picked GM -- are the right tandem to try to get the franchise back on track.

The sons of owner Malcolm Glazer have maintained their usual low profile and have repeatedly declined requests for interviews or comments through a team spokesman.

Gruden clearly is planning on being back.

"I talk to the Glazers frequently. I'm not going to be one of those guys that walks around worrying about things I can't control," Gruden said. "I have a lot of confidence in the coaching staff we have here. I have a lot of confidence in my abilities to coach. Certain things are out of your control.

"I have confidence that the Glazers are going to do exactly what they need to do to help the Buccaneers win another Super Bowl. I'll just leave it at that and continue to go about my business in a confident fashion."

No injury affected the season more than losing quarterback Chris Simms in Week 3.

Although Simms had played poorly and the Bucs were 0-3 at the time, losing the fourth-year pro so early drew attention to perhaps the biggest mistake Gruden made last offseason -- not signing a veteran backup with Tampa Bay coming off an 11-5 record and expecting to be a playoff contender again.

The coach may have compounded the problem when he turned the offense over to rookie Bruce Gradkowski, a sixth-round draft pick who had a nice preseason, instead of going with the more experienced Tim Rattay.

Gradkowski was 3-8 before being replaced with Rattay, who went 1-1 in two starts.

"Based on the way Timmy played, you could easily say: `You made a tragic error there, Coach.' But I'm going to go back and say I think No. 7 (Gradkowski) is going to be a good player. I really do. I thought he had his moments where he was on the cusp of getting it."

Nevertheless, the Bucs had the second-lowest scoring offense in the league and ranked 28th in rushing despite having Carnell "Cadillac" Williams healthy for most of the season.

Defensively, Tampa Bay went from allowing the fewest yards in the league in 2005 to a unit that struggled to stop opponents in critical situations. Injuries were a factor, although linebacker Derrick Brooks conceded the defense simply didn't play well enough to expect to win more than four games.

"We just weren't consistent across the board like we've been in the past," Brooks said. "We've been humbled, but what do you do when you get humbled?"

Gruden will try to reload.

A coin-toss will determine whether the Bucs have the third or fourth pick in the draft. Gruden would also like to make a splash in free agency -- with one possible target a quarterback to compete with Simms, who signed a two-year contract extension last week.

"To be able to go shopping wherever you want to shop is kind of cool," Gruden said, adding he'll explore all options for improving. "The possibilities of a trade and accepting a big contract is now a possibility, where it hasn't been in the past to a large degree."




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Bucs hire Raheem Morris to coach defensive backs

January 8, 2007

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- Kansas State defensive coordinator Raheem Morris returned to the NFL on Monday, rejoining the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as defensive backs coach.

Morris spent four seasons with the Bucs, two of them as an assistant defensive backs coach, before moving to Kansas State in 2006. He replaces Greg Burns, the former Southern California defensive backs coach who was with Tampa Bay for just one season.

In Morris' only year at Kansas State, the Wildcats went 7-6 and lost to Rutgers in the Texas Bowl.

This season, Tampa Bay ranked 19th in the NFL in pass defense. While Morris was with the team from 2002-2005, the Bucs never finished lower than sixth.

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The Sucky Devil Rays The Sucky Bucs HAHAHHAHAHAHAHA

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Get lost you frikken weirdo !!!! The ENTIRE State of Florida RULEZ !!!!

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You wouldnt know you culo from Pinochet, Allende or Ghandi !!!

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The Buccaneers didnt WIN the Superbowl too long ago...they will win it again in not too much a long time either .... our destiyn calls for another SB soon ...........

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Bucs hire Casullo as tight ends coach

January 19, 2007

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- Former Seattle and Oakland assistant Bob Casullo was hired Friday as tight ends coach by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Casullo replaces Ron Middleton, who left Tampa Bay for a position at Alabama. Casullo spent the past two seasons as special teams coach in Seattle after working four seasons with the same title in Oakland.

Part of Casullo's tenure with the Raiders (2000-01) was spent under Bucs coach Jon Gruden, who left Oakland in 2002.


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David Boston signs with Buccaneers

February 2, 2007

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- The Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed David Boston to a contract Friday, giving the former Pro Bowl receiver another chance to come back after missing most of the last three seasons because of knee injuries.

Boston had signed with the Bucs last May after spending the previous two years with the Miami Dolphins, but was released on the eve of the season opener. Details of the current agreement weren't available.

Boston was the eighth pick in the 1999 draft out of Ohio State. He has 315 receptions for 4,699 yards and 25 touchdowns in 75 career games with Arizona, San Diego and Miami. He was selected for the Pro Bowl in 2001, when he was with the Cardinals.

Boston was one of seven receivers to survive the final cuts during the Buccaneers' training camp last summer. He was released to free a spot on the roster for a backup offensive lineman.


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Dewayne White, defensive end, Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Thanks to the perfect constellation of circumstances, White could very well end up with the most shocking free agent deal of the offseason. Practically every quality defensive end from this free agent crop has been slapped with the franchise tag, and that should create a great market for White. With the excess cash rolling around and some very marginal ends landing nice deals last offseason (like Detroit's Kalimba Edwards), White is set up for a big score. This despite never really reaching his potential with Tampa Bay and producing only 14 sacks in the last three seasons. But White is still plenty young (27), plenty skilled and ripe to cash in on a barren market at a pivotal position.

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Garcia back in play with Bucs :undecide:

By Jason Cole, Yahoo! Sports
March 2, 2007


After having a trade for Denver Broncos quarterback Jake Plummer scuttled when the veteran reportedly decided to retire Friday, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have revisited the idea of signing 37-year-old Jeff Garcia, according to a source.

Steve Baker, Garcia's agent, spent much of Friday negotiating with the Oakland Raiders when it appeared that Plummer was headed to Tampa Bay. However, by late in the day, Garcia still hadn't reached a deal with the Raiders.

Baker declined to discuss any specifics about Garcia, but said that the market for his client appeared to be good. Besides Tampa Bay and Oakland, the Houston Texans have also expressed interest.

"I feel confident at this point that he'll be paid as a starter this year," Baker said. "The key now is to find the offense he fits best in."

Tampa Bay coach Jon Gruden has long been a fan of turning to veteran quarterbacks. Rich Gannon helped lead the Raiders to a couple of playoff appearances under Gruden before the coach left in 2002 to join Tampa Bay. After winning a Super Bowl with inherited signal caller Brad Johnson, the Bucs eventually acquired veterans Brian Griese and Tim Rattay.

In fact, Garcia was reportedly on the verge of joining the Buccaneers in the 2004 offseason, but eventually signed with the Cleveland Browns.

The Buccaneers signed Chris Simms to a two-year contract a few days before the 2006 season finale. However, he struggled last season before rupturing a spleen in Week 3 and missing the remainder of the campaign. Simms has played three years, but has been inconsistent, at best.

Garcia helped guide Philadelphia to the playoffs last season after the Eagles lost starter Donovan McNabb and fell to 5-6. The Eagles eventually lost by a field goal to New Orleans in the NFC divisional playoffs.

Garcia, who struggled the previous two years while with Cleveland and then the Detroit Lions, revived his career. He showed excellent mobility despite his age. That mobility figures to be an asset for Garcia if he plays in the offense Gruden runs.


Jason Cole is a national NFL writer for Yahoo! Sports. Send Jason a question or comment for potential use in a future column or webcast.


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Bucs trade for Plummer, sign Garcia in QB splurge

By FRED GOODALL, AP Sports Writer
March 4, 2007




TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- When Chris Simms said he welcomed competition for Tampa Bay's starting quarterback job, he surely didn't envision the Buccaneers going to such great lengths to find challengers.

The Bucs signed free agent Jeff Garcia on Saturday, then announced they had also obtained the rights to Jake Plummer from Denver to potentially give the team an interesting tussle for the reins to coach Jon Gruden's offense.

Garcia, a three-time Pro Bowl selection who nearly signed with the Bucs as a free agent in 2004, agreed to a two-year deal he hopes will give him a chance to finally get to the Super Bowl.

A championship is missing from Plummer's resume, too, but it appears winning one may no longer be a personal goal after losing his starting job with the Broncos last season. The 32-year-old said on the Web site of The Jake Plummer Foundation that he was retiring.

"Football has been awesome to me in many ways. I leave the game with my health and happiness, and look forward to the future," he said on the Web site.


Stepping away from the game couldn't be farther from the 37-year-old Garcia's mind.

"Throw age out the window because that's not how I play. That's not how I focus. That's not how I mentally prepare. That's not who I am," Garcia said during a news conference.

"I'm somebody who is excited about this opportunity, who's excited to be around the guys and bring a good mix of leadership and drive and will and perseverance -- all those things you need in order to turn the corner and get back that winning feeling, that winning tradition."

The Bucs won the Super Bowl four seasons ago, but have had losing records and missed the playoffs three of the past four years.

A tight salary-cap situation has prevented the Bucs from being players in free agency since Gruden took over in 2002. However, the team began this year's signing period with about $25 million in space.

Garcia is intrigued by the prospect of helping Gruden and holdovers from Tampa Bay's championship team such as Derrick Brooks, Ronde Barber and Mike Alstott climb back among the NFL's elite.

"It's not so long ago that those things happened," Garcia said. "And, it's something that can happen again."

Meanwhile, general manager Bruce Allen acknowledged the Bucs traded a conditional pick in the 2008 draft for Plummer, even though they were aware the quarterback was thinking about not playing again.

Plummer, who has three years left on his contract and is due $5.3 million in 2007, led Denver to the AFC championship game two seasons ago but was benched after 11 games last season for rookie Jay Cutler. His .722 winning percentage with the Broncos from 2003-06 is the fourth-best in the NFL behind Tom Brady, Peyton Manning and Ben Roethlisberger.

While Allen said he expects Plummer to play again, he would not speculate on whether it would be with Tampa Bay. The GM also said the Bucs did not acquire the quarterback's rights with the idea of trading him.

"I think right now, he's just taking time to think about it, which is fine," Allen said, adding it's not uncommon for players to ponder or even announce their retirement before changing their minds.

Garcia, who last year led Philadelphia to the playoffs filling in for the injured Donovan McNabb, agreed to terms a day after talking with the Oakland Raiders. The Bucs pursued him in free agency three years ago but were unable to match a more lucrative deal Garcia signed with the Cleveland Browns.

"I'm happy for him," McNabb, who watched Garcia win five of six starts to help the Eagles win the NFC East, said during the Syracuse-Villanova basketball game in Philadelphia. "I think it will be a good fit. I think he'll be fine."

As coach of the Oakland Raiders, Gruden also passed on opportunity to sign Garcia when the quarterback was coming out of the Canadian Football League in 1999. Garcia wound up with San Francisco and made the Pro Bowl three of five seasons there.

While playing with the 49ers, Gruden and Garcia became friends.

"It's unfortunate we weren't able to come together three years ago and maybe have created some great bond and great situations on the field," Garcia said of his decision to sign with Cleveland in 2004. "But I think he's getting a more focused, more motivated, more excited player now than he would have gotten at that point."

Simms, who missed the final 13 games of last season after having his spleen removed, signed a two-year contract extension in December. He led the Bucs to the playoffs after replacing the injured Brian Griese two years ago, but was 0-3 as a starter in 2006.

Garcia said Gruden, who was not available on Saturday, has given him no assurances about playing time.

"I do want to start. ... But I don't expect it to come without competition. I think competition is healthy," Garcia said, adding that he can also can help with the 26-year-old Simms' development.

"And if Jake Plummer were to show up here after I did, I welcome it. It's not a situation I'm fearful of."

AP Sports Writer Dan Gelston in Philadelphia contributed to this report.



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TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- The Tampa Bay Buccaneers bolstered their offensive line on Tuesday by signing free-agent tackle Luke Petitgout.

Petitgout spent the last eight seasons with the New York Giants, who selected him in the first round of the 1999 draft. He's appeared in 113 games, including 106 starts, and has blocked for a 1,000-yard rusher six of his eight years in the league.

The 30-year-old started nine games at left tackle before breaking a leg against Chicago on Nov. 12 and missing the remainder of last season. He's also started games at left guard and right tackle during his career.

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