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Wide Receiver Race Heads Down The Stretch

Charles Lee

<A HREF=[PlayerNode:791947]>Charles Lee</A>'s ability to stretch the field makes him the man to beat on the bottom half of the wide receiver depth chart. The last week of two-a-days showed that Lee plays even bigger than his 6'3", 227 measurements would indicate by repeatedly going up over defensive backs to make spectacular catches.

The Bucs have a history of deep threats that ended up being anything but a threat. Nightmares of Hurricane Copeland/Thomas dropping footballs like rain are still a part of Buccaneer lore. This year the dreams should be much sweeter due to the attention that Keyshawn Johnson is sure to draw from opposing defenses. Lee has the tools to exploit this situation, all that remains to be seen is... Recommended Stories

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