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TE Troupe Headed Into Town

Posted Feb 29, 2008 by Roy Cummings

Updated Feb 29, 2008 at 08:52 PM

TAMPA - The Bucs search for upgrades at tight end will not end with the expected signing of John Gilmore.

Though a date for the visit is uncertain, the Bucs will soon entertain free agent Ben Troupe, according to Troupe’s agent.

The Bucs are also believed to be interested in at least talking to fellow free agent tight end Eric Johnson.

The Bucs previously met with tight end Alge Crumpler, but Crumpler is believed to be leaning toward signing with either Seattle or Tennessee.

Reader Comments

Por (jose del valle) on March 01, 2008 (Suggest removal)

they should just cut all their players and sign every one they are interested in and they will have a new roster.

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Por (Bill) on March 01, 2008 (Suggest removal)

Wow, insightful analysis there Jose.  Bears fan I take it?

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Por (JVand) on March 01, 2008 (Suggest removal)

Ben Troupe is a waist of talent. Bucs are better off promoting Alex Smith and re-signing Jeremy Stevens. And Crumpler, he’s one cheeseburger away from eating his way out of the leage.

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Por (otaibi) on March 01, 2008 (Suggest removal)

Easy jose

at least we have players no just one guy named hester doing all the work.

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Por (Quentin) on March 02, 2008 (Suggest removal)

Ben Troupe? Eric Johnson? Yawn. Outside of Alge Crumpler, I really don’t see anyone I’d consider an upgrade.

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Por (smallwasit) on March 08, 2008 (Suggest removal)

I think troupe is a great pick up 4 the bucs he’s very talented and he has great hands he didn’t really get 2 show that bcuz of vince and bo in tennessee I just think he needed a change jus watch bucs your in 4 a treat!

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