An Exclusive Interview With Derrick Brooks; Ira Talks Jameis Changes, McCoy Embarrassment, Gluttony, Camp Focus & More

June 25th, 2019

Buccaneers icon Derrick Brooks shares insight on today’s episode. And of course, there’s plenty from the great Sage of Tampa Bay sports, columnist and Hall of Fame voter Ira Kaufman. He is the main man with Joe on the twice-weekly podcast presented by Ed Morse Cadillac Tampa and Ed Morse Cadillac Brandon. Hurry! Shop their great June offers online offers while you listen.

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6 Responses to “An Exclusive Interview With Derrick Brooks; Ira Talks Jameis Changes, McCoy Embarrassment, Gluttony, Camp Focus & More”

  1. Dirks Great Granpappy Says:

    So now you are saying he doesn’t agree with the rhetoric or expectations surrounding Devin white??!!??!! What??!!? Aren’t you the one leading that charge? Don’t know who “he” is that you’re referring to. And it’s odd that you commented only 9 minutes after the podcast was posted on the website.–Joe.

  2. Dirks Great Granpappy Says:

    Lol I commented on that topic as I was stuck in traffic about 9 mins into the podcast. I’m now 35 mins in 😉

    And the “he” was supposed to be lee but I guess autocorrect got in the way.

    Btw good podcast! Thanks for the work!

  3. Race to 10 Says:

    Finally disagree with IRA, dont think the decision was made in January because suh could have easily signed somewhere else and then they surely would have resigned Geraldine and a bunch of other people would be cut or they would have drafted differently

  4. WillieG Says:

    I don’t understand how Joe can say talk of leadership is all rhetoric. It’s perplexing to me because I know good leaders are an asset to any team they belong to. It doesn’t matter if that team is a sports team, or a SEAL Team, or a Brownie Troop. Good leaders hold the team together when the coaches, generals or scout masters are unable to.

    Would Baker have acted like an ass, and put forth minimal effort, on the Bucs’ Super Bowl team? Or any other Bucs’ team that had Sapp, Brooks and Lynch? What would Sapp say to Jackson if he saw half assed effort? What would Brooks say if the fastest receiver on HIS team didn’t want to return punts?

    Coaches can’t do everything. Peer to peer pressure and accountability is needed.

  5. Bucnjim Says:

    Hate to use Ray Lewis as an example but he not only set the tone for the defense (for almost a decade) but the offensive lineman followed his example of literally knocking the opponents teeth in.

  6. SenileSenior Says:

    Dirks Great Granpappy

    There is a possibility that the autocorrect feature you have can be switched off without losing highlighting of errors. Then again, if not, you may have to purchase a replacement program to get the kind of control you want.

    I am a lousy typist so if I am getting “long winded” I type it in another place and then copy and paste into the box here. Then I plug in my “name” and email address.
    Another fun podcast guys!

    Go Bucs!!!