Bucs Plug Holes At Draft

The NFL Draft gave the Buccaneers a chance to fill some pressing needs on both sides of the ball.  The team used their first-round pick on Kansas cornerback Aqib Talib.  Despite his checkered past, the Bucs feel confident that Talib will be an impact player on defense and special teams with his ability to return punts.  In round two, the Bucs took speedy Appalachian State receiver Dexter Jackson, who’s also a dynamic kick returner.  Yesterday, the team addressed the trenches with in round three with Rutgers offensive lineman Jeremy Zuttah and Maryland defensive lineman Dre Moore was taken in the fourth round.  In round five, the Bucs took San Diego quarterback Josh Johnson.  The team picked Florida State linebacker Geno Hayes in the sixth round.  In Round seven, the Bucs completed their draft by taking South Carolina running back Cory Boyd.


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