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Tampa Bay Buccaneers' projected two-deep depth chart

Projected depth chart


QBJosh FreemanJosh Johnson

RBCadillac WilliamsKareem Huggins

FBEarnest GrahamChris Pressley

LTDonald PennJames Lee

LGKeydrick VincentJeremy Zuttah

CJeff FaineJeremy Zuttah

RG Davin JosephJeremy Zuttah

RTJeremy TruebloodDerek Hardman

TEKellen WinslowJerramy Stevens

SEMike WilliamsMicheal Spurlock

FLSammie StroughterMaurice Stovall


LDEKyle MooreMichael Bennett

NT Roy MillerBrian Price

DTGerald McCoyRyan Sims

RDEStylez WhiteTim Crowder

WLBGeno HayesAdam Hayward

MLBBarrett RuudNiko Koutouvides

SLBQuincy BlackDekoda Watson

LCBAqib Talib *E.J. Biggers

RCBRonde BarberElbert Mack

FSTanard JacksonCody Grimm

SSSean JonesSabby Piscitelli

Special teams

KConnor Barth

PBrent Bowden

KR/PRClifton SmithMicheal Spurlock

* Suspended for Week 1

Stephen F. Holder, Times staff writer

Tampa Bay Buccaneers' projected two-deep depth chart 09/04/10 [Last modified: Saturday, September 4, 2010 10:48pm]
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