Has Martin priced himself out of Tampa Bay?

by Gary Shelton on March 3, 2016 · 1 comment

in general, NFL, Tampa Bay Bucs

Is Martin thinking about paydirt or paydays?

Is Martin thinking about paydirt or paydays?

Thursday, 6 a.m.

The last thing the Tampa Bay Bucs need is to be thrown for a loss.

The last thing a roster that doesn't have enough good players needs to do is subtract one of them.

The team is getting better. Eventually, it has a chance to be good. But it isn't in the position of throwing talent away.

So let's agree on this from the start. Most of us want Doug Martin back in the Tampa Bay huddle in 2016. He ran all the way back into favor a year ago, which was no small journey. He broke

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Cecil DeBald March 3, 2016 at 9:33 am

If his loyalty is to the biggest stack of cash, I suppose he’ll be somewhere else, odds are someone will pay a buck more than the Bucs. I’d just as soon be with a team, in a location, with players I like, than make that extra buck, but then I’m a guy that worked 48 years and didn’t earn a total of 2 mil, so what do I know?



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