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Redskins GM Bruce Allen drafted Talib in 2008 when he was with the Bucs and Talib played for new Washington secondary coach Raheem Morris when Morris was the head coach in Tampa Bay. Center Ryan Wendell: No updates.
Redskins GM Bruce Allen drafted Talib in 2008 when he was with the Bucs, and Talib played for new Washington secondary coach Raheem Morris when Morris was the head coach in Tampa Bay. One thing that could preclude the Redskins from going after Talib is the fact
team like the Bucs. Maybe Josh Freeman figures it out, maybe the young defense is already better than we thought, maybe Raheem Morris is the next Chuck Noll (see what I did there? Who did you think I was going to compare Morris to?) It's so early that
catches. I'm sure he'll at least match that this year as he plays security blanket for Josh Freeman . I have no idea if Raheem Morris is the answer or not, but unless a Tony Dungy or Bill Cowher want to come in the owners might as well give him a couple
One man's ranking of today's NFL head coaches, from worst to best, 32 to 1 ... -- 32. Raheem Morris , Buccaneers The reason he ranks last is that he has the least impressive pre-head coaching resume of any of the other candidates
guy that changed the game. He’s the guy you worry about constantly,” said Tampa Bay’s first-year head coach Raheem Morris . “When you have a great quarterback like that, that’s what he does and that’s what he will do for
the quarterbacks for these teams are just lousy (I know helping Steve Sanders obtain the legacy key was wrong, but making Raheem Morris coach Josh Johnson is a pretty stiff penalty), but the distance between even the "bad but capable of being a pest
years ago. All of a sudden, under a significant structural change in that organization with Greg Schiano taking over for Raheem Morris , he’s become the player that he was two years ago, even better than he was two years ago. The only thing I say about him
suspended, and I've seen his work ethic this year on the field. Last year he was a disaster with [then Bucs coach] Raheem Morris . This year he looked like he played like football was important to him. What player are they getting? You'd like to
4-10) — The longest losing streak in the NFL now belongs to the Bucs. The eight straight losses have made it clear that Raheem Morris ‘ team is not responding to his coaching. Penalties, mental breakdowns and turnovers continue to hurt the Bucs week after
and Haley join Jack Del Rio as coaches to be shown the door this season, and they probably won’t be the only ones. Raheem Morris with the Bucs (23), Andy Reid with the Eagles (21), Norv Turner with the Chargers (15), and Jim Caldwell with the Colts
4-8) — Make that six straight losses for the Bucs. Raheem Morris showed his frustration when he sent home defensive tackle ..... for committing a dumb personal foul penalty. A stricter Raheem Morris might just be what his under-performing team needs. The
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