As a reporter, it is your job to catch the action on the field, gather the quotes in the locker room and podium, and of course report on everything that happens when the games are being played. But sometimes you stumble onto something by accident that makes you stand up and take notice. Just by maybe hanging around a little longer after a game or after a practice. The Bucs concluded their three-day mandatory mini camp on Thursday and the players will be off for the next six weeks, approximately.
Pewter Report’s Mark Cook was on the show Monday for some Bucs OTA observations, and to get you ready for mandatory mini-camp which starts Tuesday.Among those who’ve impressed him early this offseason: Chris Godwin and Ryan Smith. Cook also gave his prediction for the most improved player coming up in 2017.Finally, Cook promoted the summer bowling league that begins this week. To sing your team up, contact Ethan at 813-465-4076.Click the link below to listen to the full interview.
Mark R. Cook
As a Unitarian Universalist and a Christian, I believe in the motive force of love. One of the governing principles in human relationships is the principle of love, which always seeks the welfare of others and never seeks to hurt or destroy. The Matthew Mission, a ministry of the First Parish Church of Taunton, was founded nearly four years ago. Love was the motive and remains the mission.
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Selecting a term
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