Toss baby bottles, pass winning formula
Bradford, Freeman part of a crop of young QBs who thrive when given reins early
TAMPA, Fla. -- Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Raheem Morris already had talked to his scouts, his assistants and his general manager about the team's options entering the 2009 draft. Now, as he strolled into a meeting with team co-chairmen Bryan, Edward and Joel Glazer last spring, Morris prepared himself to sell his bosses on the merits of Josh Freeman, a strapping, strong-armed quarterback from Kansas State.As Morris settled into his seat, he felt confident in his pitch. He'd been ...
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