Why Trading Down Always Sounds Easier Than It Is, True Needs & More — All On The Final Predraft Edition Of The Free Stretch

April 21st, 2022

Enjoy the final pre-draft edition of The Free Stretch. Always a fun time with Bobby Fenton talking all things Bucs and more. You’ll never leave The Free Stretch without a fresh thought. Follow Bobby on Twitter, @bobbygameday. The Free Stretch is always a fine listen, presented by Bill Currie Ford. Remember Bill Currie Ford’s nationwide lifetime warranty on new and used vehicles!!

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For 4+ years, The Free Stretch has been here for Bucs fans after being heard on several radio stations dating back to ancient times 2006. Bobby also hosted a national show on Sporting News Radio.

Born and raised in Tampa, Bobby is a graduate of Jesuit High School (’98) and the University of Florida (’02) and has been a Bucs fan since attending the 1979 NFC Championship Game at Tampa Stadium in his mother’s womb.

In addition to the Bucs, Bobby loves the Gators, Lightning, and Rays. He is an avid Ultimate Frisbee player, as well as a special teams ace for the Dunedin Pirates semi-pro football team of the Florida Football Alliance. His current deadlift PR is 455 pounds. He’s 40 and lives in South Tampa with his wife, two children, and two dogs.

2 Responses to “Why Trading Down Always Sounds Easier Than It Is, True Needs & More — All On The Final Predraft Edition Of The Free Stretch”

  1. Power of Pewter Says:

    LOL at CBS’s 7 round mock draft…they have Bucs picking QBs in round 4 AND round 7. Also trading up in the 2nd (swapping 2nds, giving up a 3rd and a 6th) to draft a RB. Do they think Mark Dominik is still GM?

  2. Chris@Apple Roof Cleaning Tampa Says:

    We are still looking for our Alvin Kamara, so that means taking a running back with game changing speed, not a battering Ram.
    Of course, whoever we take must also have good hands, and be able to block as well.
    I am hoping we find a plug and play guard, in case Stinnie turns out not to be adequate to replace Marpet. I mean, replacing Cappa is one thing, but Marpet was one of the very best Guards in the NFL.