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  • Bucs fire player development chief after DUI arrest

    The Sports Xchange Bucs fire player development chief after DUI arrest The Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Thursday fired player development director Isaiah Harris who was arrested and charged with driving under the influence earlier in the day. Harris came to...
  • Lovie Smith: Hapless Bucs must crawl before they walk

    The Sports Xchange NFL Team Report - Tampa Bay Buccaneers - INSIDE SLANT Coach Lovie Smith's plan to restore the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Bucs to respectability is derailed -- completely off the tracks. At 1-5 entering the bye week, the fan base had its...
  • NFL Week 6: What we learned

    The Sports Xchange By Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange NFL Week 6: What we learned No more a preseason favorite than the 5-1 San Diego Chargers, the shift in thinking that the Dallas Cowboys are legitimate contenders was sudden and established the...
  • Smith: Bumbling Bucs must crawl before they can walk

    The Sports Xchange NFL Team Report - Tampa Bay Buccaneers - INSIDE SLANT Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Lovie Smith said a 1-5 start was not part of the master plan, but he doesn't want fans to judge his team with 10 games remaining. Smith said Monday it...
  • Ravens score 38 points in first half, roll to easy, 48-17 win over Tampa Bay

    Ravens score 38 points in first half, roll to easy, 48-17 win over Tampa Bay
    TAMPA, FLA. – Joe Flacco faked the handoff, rolled to his left and stared downfield. Without a Tampa Bay Buccaneer defender in sight, he waited and waited, and then waited some more. Finally unleashing a high-arcing pass, Flacco watched Steve...
  • 10 thoughts after Bears' win over Falcons

    10 thoughts after Bears' win over Falcons
    Ten thoughts after the Chicago Bears showed they could play offense in the second half, putting away the Atlanta Falcons 27-13 Sunday at the Georgia Dome. 1. Unless Willie Young went the Alonzo Spellman route when setting goals for his season, he ought...
  • There are some really bad teams in NFL, but Tampa Bay is the worst

    There are some really bad teams in NFL, but Tampa Bay is the worst
    TAMPA, FLA. -- NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has several other issues going on right now, but there is another one he needs to address. The quality of play in the league continues to drop off, and it was certainly evident Sunday as the Ravens routed...
  • (Tony) Romo is burning, and so are Cowboys with fifth straight win

    (Tony) Romo is burning, and so are Cowboys with fifth straight win
    Oh, snap! The site of Dallas quarterback Tony Romo's career low point — a botched hold on a 19-yard field-goal attempt at the end of a January 2007 playoff game at Seattle — looked closer to a turning point for the suddenly scorching...
  • Game roundup: Murray, Cowboys run over Seahawks

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: Update3: adds night game; final update; will stand Game roundup: Murray, Cowboys run over Seahawks SEATTLE -- DeMarco Murray picked a good time to break off a history-matching run Sunday afternoon. The Dallas running...
  • Lovie Smith, players all accountable as lethargic Bucs throttled again

     Lovie Smith, players all accountable as lethargic Bucs throttled again
    TAMPA — As the NFL revels in pink in October honoring breast cancer awareness, what's the color scheme for a horrible NFL franchise? Is it too harsh to paint the Tampa Bay Bucs in funeral black? Perhaps a dullish gray? Or maybe the blue hue from...
  • Patchwork defensive line more than holding its own

    Patchwork defensive line more than holding its own
    As practice ended and players were headed toward the locker room, Ravens defensive tackle Christo Bilukidi was standing on the sideline. His jersey was drenched with perspiration and sweat poured down his forehead. He ran a few sprints, and then he...