Eric Page Video Reflection

April 24th, 2014

Enjoy this exclusive video from the Buccaneers locker room with punt returner/kick returner Eric Page, complete with footage from the Bucs’ opening minicamp this week.

Page has been getting lots of action with the first team receivers, as well, a fact Joe had trouble spitting out in the video. Watch it now. NFL rules won’t allow Joe to show this more than 24 hours. Enjoy.

Thanks to the Buccaneers and the NFL.

10 Responses to “Eric Page Video Reflection”

  1. Brandon Says:

    Highlight of my day so far was watching the “Navy Baseball Does Frozen” video right after the Page video… FUNNY.

  2. Bruce Says:

    Yep…. Nobody says ya gotta be a rocket scientist to be a good kick returner.
    Just glad that the University of Toledo has such great commitment towards higher education… Oh well, just hope he contributes in a big way. Go Bucs!

  3. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    We need players like Page (young/cheap/talented) to make the team and contribute. It’s players like this that make the difference.
    I always thought Page had talent but made poor decisions….hopefully, he has corrected that.

  4. Buc1987 Says:

    Okay I have to admit the new helmets don’t look 1/2 bad out in the sunlight and while moving. I’m coming around to them. Those jerseys need help though.

  5. LUVMYBUCS Says:


    Thank you for taking the time out of your busy schedules- to show us the viewers/fans more videos, of the 2nd & 3rd string players.

    We- appreciate any and all- intel that you guys can provide us-concerning our YOUNG up and coming BUCS.

    Much respect Joe’s- We wish you two continued success in all your endeavors.

    REDNATIONS-1976 to Infinity

    GO BUCS!!!

  6. Oil Derrick Brooks Says:

    “Those jerseys need help though.”

    I saw those jersey numbers on TV last night, and actually winced. Painful.

  7. OAR Says:

    Every time I see those jerseys, I get an unnerving reaction to reach out and smack the snooze button.

  8. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    McCloughan Resigned-Per

    A keen talent evaluator, McCloughan joined the Seahawks in 2010 to support general manager John Schneider. McCloughan formerly held the San Francisco 49ers’ general manager role from 2005 to 2009 before leaving the team for the same reason, to tend to a private matter, shortly before the 2010 draft. McCloughan’s track record in both San Francisco and Seattle is impressive when you scan the list of players he played a role in drafting.

    • Niners: Frank Gore, Patrick Willis, Vernon Davis, Dashon Goldson, Joe Staley and Michael Crabtree

    • Seahawks: Russell Wilson, Richard Sherman, K.J. Wright, Bruce Irvin and Bobby Wagner

    If everything’s ok (had previous drinking issues in San Fran)-Could he be joining the Bucs Staff?

  9. bucsQcCity Says:

    Just a question:

    section 107 to 113 is on the bucs bench side or it is the visiotr side?

  10. Jim Says:

    I love those jerseys even the practice ones……