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Tampa Bay Buccaneers projected depth chart for 2011 season

Projected depth chart

OFFENSE

WRMike WilliamsSammie Stroughter Micheal Spurlock

LT Donald Penn James Lee

LG Ted Larsen Jeremy Zuttah

C Jeff Faine Jeremy Zuttah

RG Davin Joseph Derek Hardman

RT Jeremy Trueblood James Lee

TE Kellen Winslow Luke Stocker

WR Arrelious Benn Dezmon Briscoe Preston Parker

QB Josh Freeman Josh Johnson

RB LeGarrette Blount Kregg Lumpkin Allen Bradford

FB Earnest Graham Erik Lorig

DEFENSE

LDEMichael Bennett Da'Quan Bowers

DT Gerald McCoy Frank Okam

DT Roy Miller Brian Price

RDE Adrian Clayborn Tim Crowder George Johnson

SLB Quincy Black Dekoda Watson

MLB Mason Foster Adam Hayward

WLB Geno Hayes Adam Hayward

LCB Aqib Talib Myron Lewis DJ Johnson

RCB Ronde Barber E.J. Biggers Anthony Gaitor Elbert Mack

SS Sean Jones Corey Lynch Devin Holland

FS Cody Grimm Larry Asante

SPECIAL TEAMS

P Michael Koenen

K Connor Barth

H Michael Koenen

LS Christian Yount

KO Michael Koenen Connor Barth

PR Micheal Spurlock Preston Parker Sammie Stroughter

KR Micheal Spurlock Preston Parker Sammie Stroughter

Tickets

Prices for single-game tickets range from $40 to $115 (some youth tickets are $25) and are available at the Raymond James Stadium ticket window (starting three hours before kickoff) or through Ticketmaster at ticketmaster.com or toll-free at 1-800-745-3000. For information, call the Bucs at (813) 870-2700.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers projected depth chart for 2011 season 09/03/11 [Last modified: Saturday, September 3, 2011 8:23pm]
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