Eagles Safety Visiting The Bucs

March 10th, 2010

It appears Bucs general manager Mark Dominik saw what Joe also witnessed when watching Sabby the Goat attempting to play safety: an obscene blend of blown coverages and ghoulish missed tackles not easily deleted from the braincells even with several bottles of Caybrew.

Last night Dominik brought in a couple of safeties for a look-see. Today, it’s Eagles safety Sean Jones, per Woody Cummings of the Tampa Tribune.

A product of the University of Georgia, Jones has started 53 of the 59 games he’s played in since he first earned a starter’s role at free safety with the Browns in 2006.

He had 14 interceptions in three seasons before falling off that pace with the Eagles last year, but he is considered more of a thumper than a pass defender and is considered to be best suited for the strong safety role.

Some may suggests all the sudden, flurry of activity is because Will Allen left the Bucs.

Joe trusts Dominik came to this conclusion beforehand.

6 Responses to “Eagles Safety Visiting The Bucs”

  1. Your a complete idiot Says:


  2. big007hed Says:

    I think the more competition for Sabby the better, he was awful last yr…

  3. Louie Says:

    Yep, I bet Dom was thinking nobody would sign Allen. Boy, that blew up in his face.

    I bet losing Clark surprised him too.

  4. bucfanjeff Says:

    Knowing the Safety issues, you think they would have re-signed Will Allen knowing WHEN he signed somewhere else they would have to make a move. Instead we waited, gambled, and lost.

  5. Radio Mushmouth Says:

    Dumbinik has no clue what he is doing. No plan for free agency , and bound to screw up another draft.

    Anyone who thinks he is going to miraculously save our season with the perfect dream draft is freakin DRUNK….

    No chance . We are doomed.

  6. Greg Says:

    Wait a minute Radio Mushmouth, Ian and Justin just this morning said that we should trust Dumbass because he will look you in the eye and tell you that we’ll be better after the draft, unlike Bruce Allen, who would look at you cross-eyed and lie to you–I’m thinking I’d take the known liar over the patsie any day!