I picked up and it was the Buccaneers. It was a secretary and she asked if I wanted to speak to Jon Gruden. I was like, "You're damn right I want to speak to him." He got on the phone and said, "Do you want to be a Buccaneer?" I said, "Yes, sir, I definitely do." Then my name flashed on the screen and that was that.
It's a long wait for Terry
Raleigh News & Observer
There may not even be a job opening in the secondary this summer, but it already looks as though the competition will be intense. For the second time in 24 hours, the New England Patriots drafted a safety, this time selecting Dexter Reid from the University of North Carolina on Sunday with the 17th pick of the fourth round.
New Patriot Reid will have to fight for a job
Run, rabbit, run. At least that's what the Titans hope they see from cornerback Michael Waddell, the second of Tennessee's two fourth-round selections yesterday.
Waddell runs like a rabbit
"We like the way he handled himself at the Senior Bowl," Gruden said. "He was big, tough and had athleticism."
Terry Gives Bucs Depth On Line
Nowhere, however, is there a line that measures intangibles. If there were, Hornets forward George Lynch arguably would be among the league leaders in whatever fashion one could define the indefinable.
Lynch's play gives Hornets an advantage in intangibles
New Orleans Times-Picayune