Buc Mag Post-Draft Issue Now Available

May 8 - We've just published the Post-Draft Issue of Buccaneer Magazine featuring Tampa Bay's "Triple Towers" on the cover. Of course we're talking about the tall trio of wide receivers Keyshawn Johnson (6-foot-4), top draft pick Marquise Walker (6-foot-3) and free agent acquisition Joe Jurevicius (6-foot-5). The Post-Draft Issue discusses why the Bucs believe bigger is better at the WR position, recaps the Bucs' 2002 draft and covers the Bucs' second mini-camp. Click here for more details.

The Post-Draft Issue of Buccaneer Magazine is hot off the presses and on Tampa Bay area newsstands as well as the Buccaneer Heaven store in north Tampa. The latest issue will also hit the mail on May 9. This 32-page issue is our biggest Post-Draft Issue ever, and recaps the draft, the latest free agent signings and the Bucs' latest mini-camp in the Jon Gruden era. If you're not a subscriber already, call 1-800-881-BUCS(2827) or click here to become an insider today.

The Post-Draft Issue of Buccaneer Magazine includes:

Bucs Draft Pick Recap A feature on each of the 2002 Buccaneers draft picks, including stats, photos and quotes from head coach Jon Gruden.

Point/Counterpoint Leo Haggerty and Scott Reynolds discuss whether the trade for Jon Gruden was worth the price of four draft picks, including this year's first two selections.

Buccaneer Blitz Scott Reynolds points out that the Buccaneers are suddenly deep at the WR and TE positions. Two positions that used to be a team weaknesses are now becoming strengths.

Goal Line Stand Leo Haggerty discusses how improving the size of the wide receiving corps will improve the passing game, and how the coaching is a lot more hands on at One Buc Place under Jon Gruden.

Fourth Down Jim Flynn explains how the addition of rookie Travis Stephens gives the Bucs a trio of talented running backs.

The End Zone Scott Reynolds discusses how drafting a kick/punt return specialist was a smart move by Tampa Bay, and how the Bucs have re-vamped their two-tight end formation.

Updated Roster Take a look at Tampa Bay's current roster including the team's draft picks and free agent additions.

Day-Bay-Day Mini-Camp Report Flynn, Haggerty and Reynolds will give fans the scoop from Tampa Bay's second mini-camp under head coach Jon Gruden.

Ken Dilger and Joe Jurevicius Features Articles on the two latest free agent additions to the Bucs offense.

Huddle Up Get caught up on the latest team news.

Buccaneer Buzz Find out which players the Bucs are targeting after June 1 and get some inside info from the Bucs' 2002 draft.

2002 Buccaneers Schedule Find out when Tampa Bay will play both their home and away opponents in 2002.

Mike Alstott Re-Signed Find who Tampa Bay's all-time top 10 picks were for the first, second and third-rounds in franchise history.

2002 Team-By-Team Draft Evaluations Leo Haggerty grades each team's draft and picks a key player and sleeper pick for each team. Buccaneer Magazine subscribers receive 24 issues per year. Each issue contains comprehensive Buccaneers coverage, action-packed photos, cheerleader photos, editorials and much more, delivered right to your front door.

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