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Bucs Offseason Priority No. 2

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He's the one player the Tampa Bay Buccaneers cannot do without in 2010. As the Bucs skew younger and younger on both sides of the ball, this player will provide the experience and the ballast they need to grow into a contender again. But will he be back in 2010? Making sure this veteran remains in Tampa Bay should be offseason priority No. 2, writes Matthew Postins.

Take a look at the Tampa Bay roster and you won't find too many veterans. Head coach Raheem Morris took care of that last year when he took over, jettisoning players like Derrick Brooks and Joey Galloway in the name of getting younger. Because this team is so young, it took some lumps. In the long run, one has to hope that the baptism by fire of players like Josh Freeman and Sabby Piscitelli... Recommended Stories

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