The Tampa Bay Buccaneers, a la the Atlanta Falcons before them, have agreed to a four-year contract extension with general manager Mark Dominik. He has a long history with the Bucs organization, helping to build the 2002 Super Bowl team before taking over personnel in 2009.â†µ
Bringing on Raheem Morris and Josh Freeman were his two most visible moves, both of them successes, despite the hilarious things Morris says every chance he gets. Like Thomas Dimitroff he's shown a smart obsession with using the NFL Draft to build up his team's defensive line, as it's the position group at which NFL teams need to maintain the most depth.
As much as you prefer to only talk about Tampa when they busy themselves with silly nonsense, under Dominik's watch the team has grown less amusing by the day. For that, we spite him.â†µ