[060] It’s a post-draft hangover in Bucs land. We talk the Berlin Eagles, group projects, Gerald McCoy (of course), jersey numbers (and jerseys), and more.

It’s a slow news week following the NFL draft. The Bucs waive six players, including fan favorite Riley Bullough. The other players on the chopping block were P Hayden Hunt, K Phillip Andersen, DE Hunter Dimick, and DT Nick Thurman. We delve into Andersen’s former team, the Berlin Eagles, and touch on that other sport they call “futbol”. With Riley Bullough quickly finding a home at the Tennessee Titans, we posit whether the Buccaneers are a feeder team for the AFC team, and reminisce about other feeder leagues. Remember that XFL player nicknamed “He Hate Me”? Ralph does! With Devin White choosing No. 41 out of respect for Mike Alstott, Ralph divulges where the Bucs’ jerseys stand amongst the rest of the league. We postulate the methods used to design the Bucs uniforms, and reminisce about group projects. What will the offensive line be after George Warhop’s reign? Will Donovan Smith grow after the departure of the only NFL offensive line coach he’s ever known? G Earl Watford makes a statement on Twitter. Ralph examines the composition of the team before and after the draft, and reveals how it stacks up against the rest of the league. Plus, we’ll discuss the state of our defensive backs.

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