Practice Video: Noah Spence Gets An Education

June 2nd, 2016
Learning time

Learning time

Yes, Bucs rookie defensive end Noah Spence is getting schooled.

New Buccaneers defensive line coach Jay Hayes is all over him in drills. After 13 years coaching Bengals’ D-linemen and coaching up stiffs like Michael “Ghost” Johnson to prominence, Hayes sure knows what he’s doing.

Hayes dishes out a lot of praise and a lot of coaching in practice, from what Joe can see. Players know where they stand and what they need to know.

Enjoy the video below from this afternoon’s practice. (Video was disabled Friday at 1 p.m., per NFL Media guidelines.)

9 Responses to “Practice Video: Noah Spence Gets An Education”

  1. Nole on Sat.-Bucc on Sun. Says:

    They done messed up. They’ve given Hayes Spawn as an understudy. Woah. Bout to make a monster out of this going man.

  2. feelthepewterpower Says:

    Definitely not Cullen’s style…we’d be able to hear what Cullen was saying.

  3. scott Says:

    ready to those notes

  4. Magic Marpet Says:

    Hayes is a big dude. Maybe he could suit up and get us ten sacks.

  5. BuccaneEric75 Says:

    I’m curious as to how much playing time Howard Jones gets this season. Maybe we’ll see a line of Jones, Spence, McCoy, Smith on 3rd downs. Now that’s a speed rush!

  6. Head Ball Coach Dirk Says:

    He’s not going as hard as he can. About 3/4 effort/speed. You can see the difference when the real beasts get after in those drill

  7. NonyaDamnBucsiness Says:


    I was thinking the same thing. Head didnt complete at all. Just slackin’ it.

    I would love to know what coach said to him. Lol

  8. Phred Says:

    Coach said to him two words: “Arena Football.”

  9. HIRE JIMBO Says:

    “Armchair Dumb@ss” are the only 2 words that should be spoken to you