Raheem Morris Discusses Brian Price Incident

December 5th, 2011

Raheem Morris talks about the Brian Price incident in this NBCSports.com video. This includes the now famous F-bomb bleeped out in context.

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13 Responses to “Raheem Morris Discusses Brian Price Incident”

  1. Meh Says:

    I know this issue is the one that’s going to fill all the talking today, but I really don’t care about this. At all. Either way.

    I care about some of the worst Buc’s football being played in our history – and that’s a hell of a low bar we’re limboing under.

  2. Buc Neckid Says:

    Raheem’s White Flag Moment
    Does not look mad,
    He looks like a Man without answers.

  3. jb Says:


  4. Anthony Says:

    He’ll be back. Sorry folks. I guess the plan is to not renew you season tickets again and continue to complain about blackouts. It’s too bad because coaches are really exciting to watch, and watching the emotionless Coach Morris can get very boring. Maybe my infatuation of watching coaches all day is why I was so upset when EA Sports cancelled their game NFL Head Coach–it was waaay better than Madden.

  5. captain tear Says:

    I have a huge issue with this situation. Price is one of the most outstanding young men on this team and he is the one who gets sent home after a stupid penalty? If a stupid penalty is the only requirement to get booted then why has winslow been on the field so much? or black for that matter!! This is rediculous. Price has battled to be able to play on Sunday’s and more so play for Raheem and this is how he gets treated?? Thats absurd!

  6. Andrew Says:

    Does anyone remember when sweet Lou managed the Rays and he sounded so defeated at his press conferences? That’s where I think Raheem is at. He is using anything to justify what has happened, but his eyes tell the story.

  7. Anthony Says:

    Andrew: I remember, good comparison too. This team has a bunch of young players that are not good yet just like the Devil Rays under Piniella. Maybe Coach Raheem should make a bet. If the Buccos can pull off back-to-back wins he will dye his hair blonde?

  8. passthebuc Says:

    I don’t know what everyone is complaining about. There is excellent football being played in Tampa. Plant and Armwood high schools are offering excitement and you won’t pay 14 bucks for a beer and a hot dog.

  9. passthebuc Says:

    @Buc Neckid

    Morris is not a man without answers. It goes deeper than that. He is a man without questions.

  10. flmike Says:

    Wow, very deep, also very true.
    He has hit the ceiling of his highest level of incompetence. He just doesn’t know what to do or who to ask what to do, he truly is lost. It’s very sad in a way, we all had great hopes for him, in the end though we got what the Glazer’s paid for. Hopefully with Gruden off the books we can move forward with a professional coaching staff next season. I have no doubts about our talent, we have talent, we just don’t have the coaches to mold that talent.

  11. sandbagrudy Says:

    Yeah this is a total shame. The Glasers thought they could fool the rest of the league with a bargain basement mentality. How much money is Raheem Morris being paid to convince his team that they are not who they thought they were Winners Hey look at the same situation in Detroit they are facing they same sort of issues Tampa is facing with much better talent. Discipline is costing them games they have a tight end and wide out constantly being called for pushing off to get seperation from defenders. jumping offsides on hard counts. They just might not make the playoffs.I’m sure they’ll draft a better player in the first round that tampa does but what ever the case

  12. BKNYfootballhead Says:

    It’s abundantly clear Morris will find a job as a grammarian or linguist if he loses this one.

  13. espo Says:

    I’d like my head coach to curse more often.

    Sadly, I think sending Price to the locker room was more about saving face than it was about actual discipline.