So much has changed in Tampa Bay in one off-season it's mind boggling. Gone is future Hall of Famer Derrick Brooks. Gone is the maniacal coach Jon Gruden, who led the franchise to a Super Bowl title and three division championships. Gone is shrewd GM Bruce Allen who navigated the Bucs out of salary cap hell and into a surplus that envied around the league. Gone are cagey veterans like Jeff Garcia, Joey Galloway, and Ike Hilliard on offense. In their places are a multitude of fresh faced youngsters brimming with self confidence and inexperience. From the GM down to the new franchise quarterback, Tampa Bay's youth movement has been a dramatic departure from the previous regime. The question is will GM Mark Dominik and Head Coach Raheem Morris' way be better this season or will Tampa Bay hav ...
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