Sean Mahan Cut

October 27th, 2009

Sean Mayhem, the walking turnstile center whose pay the Bucs cut in the offseason who then was released and then later re-signed to rave reviews from Raheem The Dream, was released again today.

So here the Bucs are with a starting center, Jeff Faine, who’s on the record saying his healing tricep won’t be 100 percent this year, and they’ve gassed Mayhem.

That leaves rookie undrafted free agent Jonathan Compas as Faine’s backup on the roster.

If Faine goes down again, will the Bucs try to sell fans again on the virtues of Mayhem, who was shredded in his handful of starts? No way the Bucs leave a rookie center in the game for Josh Freeman or Josh Johnson.

The Bucs also made other bottom-of-the-roster moves today. Joe wishes he had confidence in Czar Dominik, the guy masterminding all this shuffling.

8 Responses to “Sean Mahan Cut”

  1. Jeff Says:

    Is their really a difference between Mayhan and the rookie center? I mean, Mayhan was getting abused in the A gap…absolutely abused. Compas, even if he gets the protection wrong, might just be better.

  2. admin Says:

    Joe here,

    Jeff, you’ve summed up the Bucs season very well. 🙂

  3. Louie Says:

    Just have the QB snap the ball to himself (sand lot style). Same difference as having Mayham in there.

  4. TpaBayFlyFisher Says:

    At leat they added another Glades Guy!

  5. Joe Says:

    LOL! Good one Louie!

  6. JK Says:

    I don’t understand why players aren’t playing both sides of the ball like high school. Think of the money the Glazer boys would save. A 30 man roster should do it.

  7. bucsfanlostiniowa Says:

    Actually the team might be better playing both ways with 30 men it couldn’t be any worse!

  8. jeff Says:

    Yet Clayton remains on the roster. At least he can’t drop any passes that matter this weekend