You’ve got to feel for Tampa Bay Times Buccaneers beat writer Stephen Holder, who is considering purchasing a boat to get around after Hurricane Isaac moved its way near the Tampa area early this week.
Fortunately, Holder’s phone was working just fine late Monday afternoon, because he’s this week’s guest for the “Behind Enemy Lines” podcast.
We had a variety of questions for Holder about the Bucs, which had a lot to do about Tampa Bay team members from a season ago who, for various reasons, were let go and are now with the Washington Redskins (namely former Bucs head coach/current Redskins secondary coach Raheem Morris and former Bucs/current Redskins receiver Dezmon Briscoe).
We also asked Holder about the tight-ship regime under new Bucs head coach Greg Schiano, and what to look for in Wednesday’s game, which is at 7 p.m. ET at what we’re all hoping is a dry FedExField.
The complete audio interview with Holder is below, but here are some snippets from the conversation:
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CBS NFL Insider Jason La Canfora certainly knows the Washington Redskins organization, having covered the team for five seasons as the beat writer for the Washington Post.
La Canfora was at Saturday’s Washington Redskins-Indianapolis Colts preseason game — you know, the one in which rookie quarterbacks and top draft picks Robert Griffin III and Andrew Luck squared off for the first time as professionals — and thought that although the Griffin III-Luck factor brought a lot of hype for one preseason game, the two young quarterbacks lived up to the buildup.
La Canfora was nice enough to spend a few minutes with the Redskins Blog after the game and talk about Griffin III-Luck, as well as the state of the Redskins moving forward. The complete audio of that interview is below, but here are a few snippets that I found interesting:
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