Bucs to Be Quiet in Free Agency in 2010

It appears that once again the Bucs are not going to be all that much of a major player in free agency in 2010:

Buccaneers general manager Mark Dominik remains committed to building the team through the NFL Draft rather than free agency. Dominik said, “We’re going to look in free agency. But as I studied, I’m a firm believer we’re going to build this thing from the draft. People can say, “Hey, could they spend a lot of money in free agency?’ I don’t think we’re going to be big players in free agency because I really believe you build through the draft.” Dominik feels the team has a solid core of experienced players to build upon.


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One Response to “Bucs to Be Quiet in Free Agency in 2010”

  1. […] Matt Loede wrote a very interesting post today.   Here’s a quick excerpt:It appears that once again the Bucs are not going to be all that much of a major player in free agency in 2010: Buccaneers general manager Mark Dominik remains committed to building the team through the NFL Draft rather than free agency … […]

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