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With Kenny Bell waiting in the wings, Louis Murphy coming back from an injury and Adam Humphries already proving he can play the position with a solid first year, the Bus last need would seem to be a slot receiver.
Besides, the Patriots entire offensive scheme is built around getting the ball to his slot receivers on short crisp 10 yard throws.
The Bucs offense isn’t.
A wide receiver with seed is certainly a need and it would be nice if we could find one in the latter rounds like the Steelers have been able to do.
Who is their receivers coach anyway?
First Mike Wallace and now Antonio Brown.
Right on drdeast.
I think some of the talent at east-west shine game really showed up espically the db from Florida showed up.
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