Tampa Bay Buccaneers co-chairman Bryan Glazer is proud of the team’s 10-6 record in 2010, and expects big things going forward.
“Lots of teams around the league are happy we’re not in the playoffs because we could have done some damage,” Glazer said according to Ira Kaufmann of The Tampa Tribune. “We couldn’t be more proud of (head coach) Raheem (Morris) and (general manager) Mark (Dominik). They work so well together as a team.”
The Buccaneers have picked up the two-year option on Morris’ contract, and the one-year option on Dominik’s pact. Stephen Holder of the St. Petersburg Times explains why there’s a difference in the contract lengths.
Glazer added that the organization recognizes the economic climate in the Tampa area, and are lowering ticket prices for next season, which he hopes will involve a prime-time game.
“Winning helps, and we have a very attractive home schedule next year, with the expectation of some prime-time games,” Glazer said.
All eight of the Buccaneers’ home games in 2010 were blacked out within a 75-mile radius of Tampa.