Will the Bucs Make a Play for WR Donte Stallworth?

The Bucs are going to look for playmakers in the offseason, and one that they may look at even before it starts is wide receiver Donte Stallworth.  The Tampa Tribune threw out a report that the the Bucs will make a play on the Patriots receiver, who according to reports out of New England is going to get released.  Stallworth played in all 16 games for the Pats in 2007, but saw the ball less and less as the season went along.  He ended the year with 46 catches for 697 yards and three touchdowns.  He caught just 9 passes in the teams last five regular season games.  He would make a good fit with the Bucs and could stretch the field for QB Jeff Garcia and the rest of the offense.


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