Gerald McCoy Talks Bucs, Warren Sapp, NFL

July 9th, 2010

Bucs first round draft choice and defensive tackle Gerald McCoy gave Alex Marvez of a few minutes to discuss all sorts of things including the difference playing at Oklahoma compared to the Bucs, his relationship with Warren Sapp and what the Bucs expect from him as an NFL player.

14 Responses to “Gerald McCoy Talks Bucs, Warren Sapp, NFL”

  1. RahDomDaBest Says:

    Great interview.

    I can’t wait to see him and Price in action on 3rd downs. Could be sick.

    We still have Ryan Simms a former 1st rounder and Miller too… I am liking out interior more and more… they should be active. Get the Buccaneer’s fans back into the game, cause the fans do love some defense, especially when we disrupt the QB.

  2. bucfanjeff Says:

    You can’t NOT like the guy..

  3. Ish Says:

    If he plays even half as well as he interviews he’ll be a major stud.

    This year, he doesn’t have to be great, just tie up two offensive linemen and let the ends produce. Next year… it’ll be special!

  4. Larry Says:

    What’d he say? Marvez’s hair distracted me.

  5. RustyRhino Says:

    Me too Larry that one flapping piece kept distracting me!


    I nominate Alex Marvez for World’s Ugliest Man….that guys gotta great face for radio.

  7. RustyRhino Says:

    WOW i did like the highlight of Price when he hit that RB in the backfield, POW!!!

  8. oar Says:

    Come on guys, Alex Mullet-arvez isn’t that distracting!

  9. eric Says:

    To quote Pinkley from the “Dirty Dozen”:

    “They look very pretty General, but can they fight?”

  10. BigMAcAttack Says:

    Nice to see a reporter that isn’t a flaming Buc Hater for once. GMC answers all the questions well, appropriately and with humility. I hope GMC is our LeBron James on the grid iron.

  11. oar Says:

    BigMac, I hope so too. Just so long has he doesn’t pull a LeBron, when it’s time to re-sign him.

  12. Louie Says:

    Bucs signed 32 year old Keydrick Vincent!!! I guess they’re really desperate to replace Zuttah. So much for the youth movement. Is this the start of the next plan?

  13. BigMacAttack Says:

    I don’t blame LeBron for leaving. I would much rather live in Miami and be rich, than live in Cleveland and be rich and miserable. Dan Gilbert had seven years to put some stars with LeBron to win a title. Shaq was his best effort at age 40. How do they say it? Second place is the first place loser.

  14. Dave Says:


    I hope he isn’t a LeBron: plays great in the regular season, forgets everyone else in the playoffs, and quits when his team is down.

    I hope he is more like Sapp (on the field only).