(AUDIO) Mark Dominik Talks About The Bucs’ Draft Strategy; Plans for 2013 Season

A week removed from the NFL Draft, Tampa Bay Buccaneers General Manager Mark Dominik joined The Commish to give us a recap of the off-season thus far.  Mark talked about how they attacked the off-season from all angles including, free agency, the trade for Darrelle Revis, and through the NFL Draft.

Mark dove into the philosophy of what went into the decision to trade away the 13th pick, and why they felt comfortable giving that pick to the Jets for Revis.

Mark then took us into the war room when Mike Glennon was available in the third round and the process of drafting him and what it means to the future of Josh Freeman. Mark was still very high on Josh Freeman despite the selection of Glennon.

Finally, The Commish asked Mark Dominik if this team needs to make the playoffs. Mark felt that if the guys can stay healthy, that they have a lot of talent on this team.

  • http://profootballzone.com/nfl/itll-be-disappointing-if-freeman-is-distracted-by-glennon/ It’ll be “disappointing” if Freeman is distracted by Glennon » Pro Football Zone

    […] For the entire interview between Mark Dominik and Justin Pawlowski, click here. […]

  • http://www.thebaycave.com/2013/05/07/end-the-controversy-talk-this-is-fremans-team/ What quarterback controversy? This is Freeman's team. - The Bay Cave

    […] drafted to backup the fourth year starter out of Kansas State — something that Dominik mentioned here, PewterReport.com also said it here, and I said it the night he was drafted […]

  • http://www.thebaycave.com/2013/05/31/report-spence-will-be-the-bucs-starting-nose-tackle/ Report: Spence will be the Bucs starting nose tackle - The Bay Cave

    […] general manager Mark Dominik is on record saying he expects fourth-round draft pick Akeem Spence to start at nose tackle. Others have stated the Illinois product has a shot at cracking the […]

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