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Buccaneers committee won’t hurt Doug Martin

In today's Three and Out: Doug Martin is still the one in Tampa Bay; Eli Manning could be on the downside of his time in the NFL.

Dirt Update: Doug Martin on Workers' Voice Show Today at 5 PM EST

by Doug Martin I want everyone to know I am now working on several new dirt-pieces to expose more politicians and corporate school reformers and will post them in the very near future. Since the release of my book Hoosier School Heist on March 21, I have been very busy travelling throughout Indiana and lining up more travelling gigs. Show More Summary

Rotation won't slow Doug Martin

Even though coach Lovie Smith has said he plans to use a rotation in his backfield, don't go dropping Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Doug Martin from your fantasy team. Martin still is going to be the main ball carrier and that means he still will be a fantasy force. Show More Summary

Breaking Down Doug Martin's Shoulder Injury, Labrum Surgery and 2014 Prospects

Last season, a shoulder injury—specifically, a torn labrum —cut short Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Doug Martin's much anticipated sophomore campaign. After suffering the tear in October, it remained unclear for over two weeks whether or not Martin would return in 2013. Show More Summary

PFT Whiparound: Muscle Hamster cleared to return

Erik Kuselias and Mike Florio provide an update on the latest news and info from around the NFL, including the latest on the status of Bucs’ RB Doug Martin.

Buccaneers' Doug Martin medically cleared from shoulder injury

Five months after suffering a torn labrum in his left shoulder, Buccaneers running back Doug Martin has been medically cleared.

Bucs running back Doug Martin says he is medically cleared after shoulder injury

Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Doug Martin is ready for the upcoming season. Martin sustained a torn labrum in his left shoulder and missed 10 games in 2013, but said he was medically cleared by doctors and is eligible to participate...Show More Summary

Doug Martin declares himself cleared after shoulder surgery

The Buccaneers got some good news Monday, which they could use. Running back Doug Martin just declared himself cleared for action after shoulder surgery. Martin alluded to the clearance last week, and now that he’s well, the Bucs can start putting all their new parts on offense together in the offseason program. Between a new…

Buccaneers RB Doug Martin expects medical clearance soon

Five months after suffering a torn labrum, Buccaneers running back Doug Martin finally expects to be medically cleared for action sometime 'this week.'

Doug Martin Injury: Updates on Bucs RB's Shoulder and Recovery

Remember Doug Martin? The running back that broke out on 2012 for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with five games of over 125 yards and 11 total touchdowns as a rookie. Yeah, that guy. Well he's schedule to be back on the field for the Buccaneers...Show More Summary

Doug Martin expects medical clearance next week

The Buccaneers have been busy this offseason as they’ve changed coaches, jettisoned Darrelle Revis and signed a slew of free agents to remake their roster. They’ve also changed uniforms and they showed them off in Tampa the other night at an event that offered a reminder that running back isn’t a place where they’ve added…

Doug Martin on Justin Oakley's Show Tonight and Amazon

I will be joining Justin Oakley on his Just Let Me Teach radio show on Wednesday, March 26 from around 9:15 to 10:00 pm. I will be discussing my book, Hoosier School Heist, which is now available at Amazon and details the Walton Family,...Show More Summary

Doug Martin's Book Due at Amazon Next Week: Get the Best Deal Before Then

Today Doug Martin is busy signing pre-ordered copies of his compelling new book, Hoosier School Heist. You can still get the book for $12.99 with no tax and no shipping charge by ordering here. He will sign it, too!

Doug Martin on Workers' Voice Radio Show, March 14, Today

by Doug Martin I will be joining labor studies professor Patrick Hill and unionist and blogger Randy Obenchain for a discussion on the Workers' Voice Show at Indiana University Kokomo's Radio Free Kokomo tonight, Friday March 14th, from 5-6 pm. Show More Summary

Michelle Rhee Loves Bob Behning and Other Indiana Right-Wingers

by Doug Martin Michelle Rhee’s political funding machine has entered Indiana, and the fake Democrat who once spoke at the statehouse with former governor Mitch Daniels is now handing cash to the rightest of the right-wing in Indiana, the latest none other than ALEC member Bob Behning. Show More Summary

Alan Morrison: Another Indiana Amway/Walmart Player

By Doug Martin After Indiana House District 42’s Republican Alan Morrison appeared at a crackerbarrel session in the small town of Clinton over the weekend, someone noted on facebook that “Morrison was very condescending and argumentative...Show More Summary

Tony Bennett's Chewytrain Lands in Camden

by Doug Martin One of the most embarrassing moments of Tony Bennett’s rein as Indiana’s corporate school chief (and there were many) was when his partner Dale Chu (better known as @chewytrain), happy as a teenage girl at a Jonas Brothers'...Show More Summary

Predicting Former Boise State Players' 2014 NFL Combine Performance

The Boise State football program has sent a steady stream of talent into the NFL in recent years. Doug Martin, Kyle Wilson, Ryan Clady, George Iloka, Jeron Johnson, Shea McClellin, Austin Pettis and Tyrone Crawford, just to name a few, are currently on NFL rosters. This season another group of former Broncos will make their way into the NFL ranks. Show More Summary

Michael Hill returns to Packers

The Packers lost running back Michael Hill to the Buccaneers last season when Tampa signed Hill off the Green Bay practice squad in the wake of the season-ending injury suffered by Doug Martin. Hill was released by the Buccaneers last week, however, and he’s decided to make his way back to the Packers. His agent…

Fantasy Football: High-Risk, High-Reward Players to Draft with Caution Next Year

What do Doug Martin, Trent Richardson and Robert Griffin III all have in common? All had superb rookie seasons and all of them had sophomore slumps, resulting in many unhappy fantasy football owners. High-risk, high-reward players are the ones that can make and break a fantasy football team. Show More Summary

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