Bucs trade Gaines Adams to Bears

BigBob

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers traded defensive end Gaines Adams to the Chicago Bears for a 2010 draft pick, the team announced Friday night.

Adams, the fourth overall pick in the 2007 draft, had been a disappointment in his first two seasons under coach Jon Gruden. He was supposed to get a fresh start under coach Raheem Morris. Defensive coordinator Jim Bates spent much of the offseason working on pass-rush moves with the defensive end.

Morris singled out the 6-foot-5, 258-pound defensive end on the opening day of training camp, saying Adams would be considered a "bust" if he didn't post double-digit sacks this season.

But Adams had one sack and 14 tackles in Tampa Bay's first three games. That apparently caused the Bucs to give up on Adams as they go through a rebuilding process. Adams had six sacks as a rookie and 6 1/2 last year.

Stylez White likely will fill the opening in the lineup when the Bucs face the Carolina Panthers on Sunday.
I guess the Bears are just trying to sure up their Defense.
 

Babe_Ruth

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Are the Bucs retarded? Like honestly this kid is not even in his prime yet, I know you can get a good player in the second round but come on. This kid has shown signs of a special player and he's only going to get better.

This is definitely going to come back and bite them in the ass.