More Evidence Son Of Bob Is Gone

April 29th, 2009
Given Son of Bobs contract, pathetic performances and recent actions, its hard for Joe to believe hell be with the Bucs come July.

Given Son of Bob's contract, pathetic performances and recent actions, it's hard for Joe to believe he'll be with the Bucs come July.

Joe was up until the wee hours of the morning transcribing Mark Dominik’s interview with the dean of Tampa Bay sports radio, “The Big Dog,” Steve Duemig of WDAE-AM.

Joe will have the interview a bit later this morning. There’s some really good stuff in there and you’ll want to read it. Monitor Joe’s Twitter account to learn the moment it’s posted.

There was one element of the interview that Joe just couldn’t wait on. It was another hint, a strong hint, that Son of Bob is gone; not if, but when.

As Joe has documented previously, Son of Bob has been nowhere to be found for offseason workouts or OTAs at One Buc Palace. Though Son of Bob had an excuse, football coaches have long memories about players being absent from offseason workout sessions.

During Dominik’s interview with Duemig, he had this to say about competition:

“Competition brings out the best in everybody. Guys in the offseason conditioning programs, guys in the weightrooms, I’m excited about the guys that are here. I like competition in the building.”

Let’s review:

*Son of Bob has not been competing with anyone in the offseason locally.

*Son of Bob has not been involved with any offseason conditioning at One Buc Palace since the 2008 season ended.

*Son of Bob has not been in the weight room since December at One Buc Palace.

*Dominik isn’t excited about players not at One Buc Palace.

Given the fact Son of Bob has a fat salary, is brutal beyond words and is one of five (six?) quarterbacks that are vying for the starting job, it’s doesn’t take a graduate of a directional school to figure out Son of Bob should have his non-football resume updated.

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