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JennaLaineBucs
Freelance reporter covering the Tampa Bay Buccaneers/NFL | Sideline reporter - | Gus Bradley once asked me my 40 time | Jenna@Jenna-Laine.com
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JennaLaineBucs 54m
...And as a college football coach, you're not protecting players by sweeping things under the rug. You're setting them up to FAIL.
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JennaLaineBucs 55m
A man can possess all the moral character in the world, but it means nothing if he can't put aside allegiances and stand up for what's right
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JennaLaineBucs 2h
I thought you were disputing the reasoning of those rules. Your previous statement is confusing without a period.
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JennaLaineBucs 2h
In other words, there is literally no other reason why we have those rules...
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JennaLaineBucs 2h
The CBA specifically enforces the "no-pads" rule because of player safety. Also why offseason broken up into phases
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Emmanuel Acho 3h
Why did the right thing by firing
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JennaLaineBucs 2h
Seems counterproductive to punish teams for violating safety rules by taking away practices designed to acclimate their bodies, no?
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JennaLaineBucs 2h
For putting rookies in pads...second time in six years they've been punished for violating offseason rules.
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JennaLaineBucs 3h
👍👍 RT : Coach Koetter says the Bucs expect to have joint practices with the and this year.
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JennaLaineBucs 3h
This is the world we live in...putting athletic success ahead of student welfare and the integrity of a university
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JennaLaineBucs 3h
Single game tickets for the vs game go on sale beginning at noon on Monday, May 30. $85 to $95 for 300 level.
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JennaLaineBucs 6h
The Bucs have signed former FSU cornerback Javien Elliott, as first reported by , and safety Kimario McFadden.
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JennaLaineBucs 7h
Apparently he held the man for several seconds. Beautiful job capturing the humanity of that situation, .
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JennaLaineBucs 7h
The third photo says it all...first responders don't get nearly enough credit for the work that they do.
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JennaLaineBucs 17h
Our phones have become valuable work utilities in a profession that keeps asking us to do more with less manpower and time.
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JennaLaineBucs 17h
I don't think any reporter should have to physically leave their phone anywhere. Kinda goes against the job IMO.
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JennaLaineBucs 17h
No cell phones? To ensure what? Not tweeting? Talking to other teams? I use my phone to take notes and file stories.
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JennaLaineBucs 18h
They talk to us after practice. Was referring to teams discouraging players from talking outside of the building.
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JennaLaineBucs 18h
...This also isn't about First Amendment.
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JennaLaineBucs 18h
That is not at all what I said and I wasn't talking about the Bucs, whom I have a good working relationship with...
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