For the first time on local radio since being let go by the team, former Buccaneers GM Mark Dominik joined Booger and Rich to discuss his best and worst moves with the team.
Dominik said that it makes sense what the current Bucs staff is doing with their personal. He doesn’t blame Lovie Smith for going out and getting a QB like Josh McCown who he’s familiar and comfortable with. He also noted that the Bucs addressed the needs they had to by going all offense in the draft.READ MORE: The Pinellas County Sheriff's Office In Contract With FDOT For Speed Enforcement
Booger and Rich asked Dominik what his best and worst move was as GM of the Bucs. Dominik said that drafting Lavonte David was probably his best. He said David has developed into a great NFL player and he’s happy where the Bucs took him in 2012.READ MORE: Georgia Expands CAPS Child Care Program To Add 10,000 More Children
Dominik said his worst move was probably taking DT Brian Price in the second round of the 2010 draft. Dominik said when you take a player that high in the second round, you expect them to be with the team for at least 4 years and it was unfortunate that Price didn’t pan out.
When asked about what Mike Glennon can be, Dominik said that he thinks he can be more than a game manager and could become like Joe Flacco.MORE NEWS: Ghosts of Ybor City