Kareem Huggins Now A Real NFL Player

December 8th, 2009

Joe was sad to learn about Peanut Smith getting a second concussion (both against the Panthers no less) and being placed on injured reserve. Joe just learned via a text message he received from the Bucs.

The good news is that Kareem Huggins was promoted from the practice squad and is now on the Bucs’ active roster.

Joe wrote a story about Huggins for his hometown paper (he played for the same college as Raheem the Dream, Hofstra). Huggins is a real good guy, a smart guy, who has worked his rear end off for a couple of years and bounced around in order to try to land on an NFL roster.

He finally has reached his goal; three years of hard work and battling through injuries has paid off.

Joe is sad for Peanut,but happy for Huggins.

5 Responses to “Kareem Huggins Now A Real NFL Player”

  1. Jeff Says:

    He could be a diamond in the rough. I would love to see him running in a game. It probably won’t happen, but I would like to see it.

  2. RastaMon Says:

    gee…..now if they’d only call running plays

  3. Tye Says:

    I hate that Smith got hurt. He is a good returner but I never really bought into the idea of him as a RB. I have been wanting to see What Kareem can do with that kind of speed. Hopefully he will get a chance and turn out to be a talented back.

  4. Dave Says:

    Jeff said he wiould love to see him in the running game.

    They have Caddy and Graham and don’t even use THEM in the running game!

  5. MTM Says:

    Raheem can use Huggins as a decoy from the sidelines just like he uses Caddy, Graham.