Somebody’s Not Playing Safety

June 21st, 2010

It’s the first day of summer. It’s June. It’s (mandatory) mini-camp. Kickoff for the opening game of the 2010 season is 11 weeks away.

So read into the following Twitter post from dapper Rick Brown of the Lakeland Ledger what you will.

Seems as though there’s something interesting in the Bucs secondary. More importantly, something interesting not in the Bucs secondary.

Not sure if it means anything yet but Sean Jones “started” at 7-on-7 at safety opposite Tanard Jackson.

Again, may not be a whole lot to read into that, but Joe wonders if Raheem the Dream is sending Sabby the Goat a message?

Or has the message already been sent?

6 Responses to “Somebody’s Not Playing Safety”

  1. Outside01 Says:

    we also signed another safety today.

  2. Mauha Deeb Says:

    Now the Bucs just signed claimed rookie S Matt O’Hanlon off wavers from Carolina.

  3. Capt.Tim Says:

    Yeah, Joe, think that message is signed, sealed, delivered!
    Doubt they give up on sabby entirely yet, but my guess he’s gonna be watching more than he’s playing this season

  4. Patrick Says:

    FYI, Jermaine Phillips is waiting for a phone call

  5. drdneast Says:

    Wow, what would a week be without Joe blaming the Bucs defensive woes last year on poor Sabby. No, it wasn’t the failed scheme. No, it wasn’t the anemic pass rush that never materialized during the whole season. It wasn’t even Tanard Jcckson missing the first four games for trying to be a poster boy for NORML. No, it was all Sabby’s fault. Give it a rest, Joe.

  6. Joe Says:


    Joe suspects you’ve never read anything on this site about the heinous Jim Bates Experiment?