Listen To The Bucs

August 10th, 2013

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Several Bucs were available to speak with the Tampa Bay pen and mic club after the final open practice of training camp 2013 today, including former Bucs Super Bowl-winning wide receiver Keyshaun Johnson.

Among those chatting it up were cornerback Rashaan Melvin, defensive end Da’Quan Bowers, cornerback Johnthan Banks, wide receiver Kevin Ogletree, defensive end Steven Means and Keyshawn.

Also here’s Bucs coach Greg Schiano’s full press conference. All audio from WDAE-AM 620.

10 Responses to “Listen To The Bucs”

  1. Buc1987 Says:

    Wow thanks Joe. I never thought I’d see eye to eye with Meshawn. He really does know his shyte. I mean point for point dead on with what I see and know when I look at MY Bucs. I’m actually jealous of you Joe. Being able to go to all the practices and shyte. I may blog a lot, it’s only because my work keeps me near my computer most of the day. You help a lot actually when it comes to MY Bucs. Many of your articles verify what I’m expecting to see this season. I may get hostile at times, or sound condescending it’s just that I usually wind up on the right side of a debate in the end when MY Bucs take the field. I really do try to be nice to fellow Buc fans and take their points in stride. It gets tough sometimes. So if I’ve pissed anyone off this summer. I apologize. I take my past experiences with Buc fans into account while blogging way too often. It takes a little while for me to figure out not just who’s on my side, but who actually has a clue. I can tell ya one thing Keyshawn has a clue.

  2. Vic Says:

    Lay off the sauce, dude.

  3. Buc1987 Says:

    Really good point Vic and when your ready, ((Edited for foul language)))

  4. Jbskiff Says:

    Your right, you are condescending ! I will also add rude. Just so you will know, an apology is not an apology if you do it again right after the words leave your mouth. Oh ya; I know what you are about to say and so I will quote someone speaking to an empty chair,”I can’t do that”. In another vain, non of us are right all the time and we need to be more tolerant of the other bloggers thoughts and ideas.

  5. LadyZ Says:

    Seems as if someone has their nickers in a knot.

  6. Buc1987 Says:

    Well if Vic would lay off me, then he would not get such a response now would he? Thanks for the well thought out (edited for foul language) Joe. Now would you kindly do me a favor too. In the Freeman article above this one. Andrew 1 typed the word fuk. That needs to be edited too in all fairness.

    I thank Jbskiff for pointing out his point of view but I’ve used those types words in DEFENSE of Joe before when a poster was being an a-hole to Joe and never got them (edited for foul language). If someone’s going to say. Lay off the sauce, dude. You expect me to reply how? Nicely? Say nothing? Was he not being rude to me first?

    @Jbskiff I don’t want to sound rude again to you. So I’ll just leave it at no comment. Therefore I don’t have to be edited or anything.

  7. MadMax Says:

    Holy jit, Buc1987, you’re a loose cannon man. Go volunteer to FIRE THOSE CANNONS! Maybe you’ll calm down a little after doing that….and we can all thank you because WE ALL love hearing those cannons 🙂

  8. Joe Says:

    @Buc1987 – Your cursing and related language was directed at another commenter. Andrew1 did not do anything like that. So it’s completely different.

    Second, of course Joe expects you not to get all wacky worked up considering you’re anonymous here. No reason to get out of hand and start attacking someone with foul language.

  9. Buc1987 Says:

    I’ve used those types of words in DEFENSE of Joe before when a commenter was being an a-hole to Joe and never got them (edited for foul language). So I guess it’s okay to defend Joe and not myself. Okay good to know the rules now so I can actually play the game.

  10. scubog Says:

    Profanity is defined as a feeble mind trying to express itself forcefully.