Tampa Bay Bucs: Is Ownership Putting Resources Into The Club?

Posted: 4th October 2009 by JC De La Torre in NFL
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ESPN.com's Pat Yasinskas put together an interesting article (Cheapskates? No, Bucs actually have a plan) on the Bucs' owners, the Glazers, and how the view around the league that the Buccaneers have gone cheap is unwarranted. It's an fascinating tale, detailing the Bucs new frugal approach after a period in salary cap hell, and how the Bucs actually have been doling out big contracts to Kellen Winslow, Michael Clayton, Derrick Ward, and others. It's true that the Buccaneers haven't been "Culverhousian" in their approach to paying players and bringing in talent, still that doesn't tell the entire story. If you look at the contract signed by Buccaneer players over the last couple years, very few have signing bonuses. What does that mean? It clearly is evidence that the Glazer family does n ...

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