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Bucs to do What it Takes to Bring Back WR Bryant

Our friends over at the National Football Post talked in a quick hit today about the Bucs bringing back WR Antonio Bryant, and how they are going to work hard to get him back in 2009:

Free-agent wide receiver Antonio Bryant might have chance to test the market unless the Bucs can sign him to a new deal soon. According to TBO.com, Bucs coach Raheem Morris said he wants to see Bryant is a Tampa uniform this fall. The fact that Tampa hired Morris from within the current staff tells me this deal will get done soon. Despite Bryant’s past off-the-field issues, Morris saw firsthand the type of impact receiver he can be after Bryant caught 83 passes for 1,248 yards and seven TDs. Bryant will turn 28 in March and is too young and too valuable for the Bucs to let walk. Young receivers who produce are hard to come by, and Morris is going to need as much production as he can get from the Bucs’ offense in ’09. This is a no-brainer for Tampa. Give him the deal he deserves and start working on the draft.


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