Could Johnson be the Bucs’ 2nd chance at Bennett?

by Gary Shelton on August 26, 2015 · 0 comments

in general, NFL, Tampa Bay Bucs

George Johnson knows his task is double-digit sacks./ANDREW J. KRAMER

George Johnson knows his task is double-digit sacks/ANDREW J. KRAMER

Wednesday, 6 a.m.

Once, he was not enough.

The Tampa Bay Bucs looked at him, and they shook their heads. He wasn't worth the investment. He wasn't big enough or fast enough or special enough. They liked the potential of other players better. They would pass on him and put their money into someone else.

Once, this was the way the Bucs looked at Michael Bennett, who has gone on to near stardom with the Seattle Seahawks.

Once, it was also the way they looked at George Johnson, who went on to making his impact with someone else.

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