Photos From Day 2 Of Josh Freeman’s Minicamp

June 30th, 2011

Players arrive for practice

Aqib Talib and Tanard Jackson walk to the IMG practice fields.

IMG security holds back the media mob from NFL chieftain Roger Goodell despite the fact Woody Cummings of the Tampa Tribune was able to penetrate the security perimeter.

NFL warden Roger Goodell chats with Woody Cummings of the Tampa Tribune at Bucs minicamp Wednesday..

Running drills to begin practice.

Footwork drills.

More footwork drills.

Navigating the cones.

After receivers wound their way through the cone drill, they were required to catch a pass.

A receiver comes out of the cone drill.

A practice dummy takes a beating.

Gerald McCoy bursts out of a three-point stance.

Adrian Clayborn goes after a tackling dummy.

Roy Miller powers his way through a series of dummies.

Roy Miller weaves his way through a row of practice dummies.

Though he could not participate in the drills due to rehabbing a fractured pelvis, Brian Price came out to lend support to his teammates.

Roy Miller consults with an IMG defensive line coach.

Gerald McCoy takes a break to chat with Woody Cummings of the Tampa Tribune.

14 Responses to “Photos From Day 2 Of Josh Freeman’s Minicamp”

  1. Sam Says:

    Donald Penn looking bad in that running drill. If you can call what he’s doing ‘running’ LOL… McCoy look like he’s in beast mode!

  2. Travis Says:

    Im not overthing anything, but it looks like Kyle Moore has really refined his body, he looks chiseled this year ready to fight for his job. Hes going to need to bring everything and then some to make the team this year.

  3. Dave Says:

    WOW. McCoy looks in shape

    Price… not so much, but understandable

  4. ac3 Says:

    It looks like miller has lost weight as well

  5. Travis Says:

    Miller kinda looks like a giant Kimbo Slice in the bag drill

  6. Joe Says:


    He has.

  7. Nick P. Says:


    Did Price look like that before the injury? If not, what are the expectations for his recovery? Not being able to run in June, after 7-8 months off, is not a good sign.

  8. Joe Says:

    Nick P.:

    Brian Price being able to go by the start of training camp, provided it starts on time, is dicey at best. He didn’t sound too confident. Really sad. Price is a good guy and no one blew up at training camp last year (before he fractured his pelvis) like Price did.

    Joe wouldn’t be shocked if Price was put on the shelf for the season with a goal of getting healthy by 2012. Joe’s not basing that statement on any inside information. Just a hunch.

  9. Nick P. Says:

    Thanks, Joe. Unfortunately, I think you’re right. If he can’t run in training camp he’ll never lose the weight enough to be effective in a 4-3. He’s making some 3-4 NT’s look small.

  10. FLBoyInDallas Says:

    McCoy’s upper body looks more massive and at the same time more defined than last year. That’s great to see. Price looks fat and out of shape. Penn looks completely gassed from the sprints. Clayborn looks like he needs to hit the same workout routine that McCoy employed this offseason.

    Awesome coverage Joe. Lovin’ it.

  11. steven Says:

    love it, Joe!

    Could you do something though, so that when we click on the pics that we see them larger?

  12. Mauha Deeb Says:

    What’s up with Price and his “Back to the Future” shoes?

  13. Amarti19 Says:

    Although McCoy is looking more musclular, it seems like he lost a lot of weight. Does anyone else find it weird that Mccoy looks more like a DE then Clayborn?

  14. Captain Stagger Says:

    This d-line is is soooo boom or bust. I liked our chances better with Price. It’s safe to say GMC will be better next year. But too many question marks after that. I do think clayborn will be a force eventually, Bowers, well no one knows…and out of curiosity, who was the last dominat NT….Booger seemed to have one good year.