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Pearson will generate interest despite tag

Kalvin Pearson has emerged as one of Tampa Bay's most valuable special teams performers. But does that mean the restricted free agent will be back in 2008? Bucsblitz.com examines the issue in this premium article, including comment from Pearson's agent.

Kalvin Pearson needed three years to finally find a consistent job in the NFL. Like most undrafted players, he found his niche on special teams, where he has shined for Tampa Bay the last three years. In 2007 Pearson led the Bucs in special teams tackles with 21 tallies. In 2006 he notched 13 special teams tackles and in 2005 — his first full year with the Bucs — he made 25 special teams tackles...

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