The Bucs Buzz — July 11

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The dispute between the Buccaneers and the Tampa Sports Authority appear close to compromising on a $12 million earmark the Bucs wanted to use for an indoor practice facility, according to Tampa Bay Business Journal.

AOL just pegged rookie defensive end Gaines Adams as one of its "NFL 30 to Watch" in 2007.

For you fantasy junkies out there, BucsBlitz is working on its own fantasy preview, which will publish shortly. But, to sate your desire for information, Sports Illustrated and has published its Buccaneers fantasy preview.

Tight end Alex Smith is in the Bahamas this week for a football camp, and it's quite the buzz on the tiny island. The Bahama Journal has the story.

Indianapolis head coach — and former Buccaners head coach — Tony Dungy is about to release his memoirs. Here's the story from the Tampa Tribune.

And if that's not enough Dungy for you, Here's a similar take from the St. Petersburg Times.

And, finally, one of my favorites, Tampa Tribune columnist Martin Fennelly has done the detective work for all of us to find out … "… Where in the world is Jake Plummer?"

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