Surely you didn't expect they'd fire him. Come on, Bucs followers. Raheem Morris played with the lousy hand he was dealt ináthe season that was the 2009 Bucs. THE WORLD said those Bucs would stink, and they didn't fail to disappoint. Three wins was about the consensus. Three and 13. You wanted Gruden gone, you wanted the house cleaned out, and it was, thoroughly. Did you expect the Glazers to do it again? Did you expect them to fork over $8 million a year just for Bill Cower and another five or six for his staff? Oh come now. Raheem Morris is back, and he probably deserves another year. Perhaps 2010 won't have the utter disarray of 2009. There will be no Byron Leftwich-Luke McCown quarterback sweepstakes in training camp, and perhaps now training camp will accomplish something. Perhaps M ...
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