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Wonder how the Bucs depth chart might look in '10?



Coach Raheem Morris believes the Bucs may have collected as many as four starters from the 2010 draft class.

It's hard to argue with the guy who decides which players run out of the tunnel during introductions. You have to figure defensive tackles Gerald McCoy and Brian Price will win starting jobs, although Roy Miller might have a say in that.

At receiver, it's a certainty that Arrelious Benn and Mike Williams will have every chance to win starting jobs. (Sammie Stroughter will be the third down, slot receiver).

"What I really thought we did over this weekend was establish our upfront rush,'' Morris said. "That’s where it all starts at – up front. We were able to establish our push. We were able to do that yesterday. We were able to get faster and get some speed receivers on the outside. We were able to get a couple guys that can run around for us and play a long time.''

Here then, is a guess what the Bucs lineup will look like come Sept. Feel free to make your own changes. Discuss.


LDE Kyle Moore
NT Brian Price
DT Gerald McCoy
RDE Stylez White
MLB Barrett Ruud
WSLB Geno Hayes
SSLB Quincy Black
RCB Ronde Barber
LCB Aqib Talib
FS Tanard Jackson
SS Sabby Piscitelli


RT Jeremy Trueblood
RG Davin Joseph
C Jeff Faine
LG Jeremy Zuttah
LT Donald Penn
TE Kellen Winslow
RB Cadillac Williams
FB Earnest Graham
WR Arrelious Benn
WR Mike Williams
QB Josh Freeman

P Brent Bowden

PK Conner Barth

KR Clifton Smith 

[Last modified: Wednesday, May 26, 2010 4:00pm]


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