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Doug Martin sitting out against Jaguars with rib injury, little stress for fantasy owners

Doug Martin missing Week 2 preseason game against the Jaguars, minimal fantasy implications Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Doug Martin is sitting out this Saturday’s Week 2 preseason game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Martin is...Show More Summary

Doug Martin Injury: Updates on Buccaneers Star's Ribs and Return

Tampa Bay Buccaneers star running back is dealing with bruised ribs according to Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times. It's unclear when he'll return to the field. Continue for updates. Martin Out vs. Jaguars Saturday, Aug. 20 Stroud noted...Show More Summary


By Doug Martin, author of Hoosier School Heist (Come see Doug Martin speak at Indy’ s Kheprw Institute on August 20 from 3-5pm ) Glenda Ritz’s opponent for Indiana s tate s chool s uperintendent, Jennifer McCormick, i s rolling around in corporate education reform money. Show More Summary


By Doug Martin, Author of Hoosier School Heist Hillary Clinton’s campaign for chief of America continues to get backing by those in the school privatization business. Hewlett Packard’s Meg Whitman--a Republican fundraiser w hose netShow More Summary


By Doug Martin, Author of Hoosier School Heist Two of the biggest threats to public education in America are Eli Broad and Walmart’s Alice Walton, and they are both giving big to Hillary’s Victory Fund for her presidential race. Over...Show More Summary


By Doug Martin In my book Hoosier School Heist, I expose the Mind Trust, formed by once Democratic mayor of Indianapolis Bart Peterson and his charter school director David Harris. I have also written on the Mind Trust spin-offformerly...Show More Summary


By Doug Martin When the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) arrives at the J.W. Marriott in Indianapolis at the end of this month for its annual conference, speakers will include Governor Mike Pence (who headlined ALEC’s 2013 event ), Indiana’s U.S. Show More Summary

Review: “Careful What You Wish For” is a Surprising and Suspenseful Erotic Thriller

Synopsis: Doug Martin has an affair with a married woman who has involved him in a scheme that might has them on the run from the law.  Well if I [...]

Bucs try to rectify Doug Martin’s fumbling problem

Sure, the Buccaneers gave running back Doug Martin a giant pile of money to keep him on the team. That doesn’t mean they won’t be trying to help him improve his overall performance. One area where performance is being addressed: Fumbles. “We have talked about it. And we’ve studied it,” Tampa Bay running backs coach…

Doug Martin: Plenty of motivation despite new contract

Buccaneers running back Doug Martin rebounded from two lackluster seasons to finish second in the NFL in rushing in 2015, a performance that set him up to sign a five-year, $35.8 million contract to remain in Tampa during the offseason. History finds no shortage of players who have thrived during a contract push and then…

Licht doesn’t regret passing on Martin’s fifth-year option

The Buccaneers retained running back Doug Martin, but in an expensive manner. The team declined last May to exercise the fifth-year option on Martin’s rookie contract, which would have kept him under contract for 2016 at $5.6 million. Martin ended up signing a five-year contract worth a reported $35 million just before the start of…

The Doug Martin contract details

Now that the dust has settled on the first wave of free agency and the second wave has commenced, it’s time to start taking a look at some of the contracts that were negotiated. We’ve already broken down several of the most interesting ones, from Olivier Vernon to Alex Mack to Brock Osweiler to Chase Daniel to…

Fantasy impact of Doug Martin signing

Tampa Bay retains its No. 1 running back. We break down the fantasy implications. Coming off of his best season since his big rookie year, running back Doug Martin re-upped with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, agreeing on a five-year, $35.75 million contract that includes $15 million guaranteed. Show More Summary

Bucs Re-Sign All-Pro Running Back Doug Martin

All-Pro running back Doug Martin is staying in Tampa, re-signing for five seasons.

Doug Martin, Buccaneers agree on deal to keep him in Tampa Bay

Keeping proven players on your roster is often a better bet than paying free agents who are coming from other teams, and in at least one case, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers agree. According to multiple reports, the Buccaneers and their All-Pro...Show More Summary

Doug Martin Re-Signs with Buccaneers: Contract Details, Comments and Reaction

Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Doug Martin was the NFL's second-leading rusher in 2015, and the team made sure its star ball-carrier didn't flee elsewhere in free agency on Wednesday. Roy Cummings of the Tampa Bay Times first reported the two sides have agreed on a deal. Show More Summary

Bucs hang onto running back Doug Martin

With about an hour and a half before the start of the free agent market, one of the top running backs has decided not to join it. According to Roy Cummings of the Tampa Tribune, the Buccaneers have agreed to a deal to keep running back Doug Martin home. ESPN’s Adam Schefter put the deal…

Fresh off career resurgence, Doug Martin reportedly re-signs with Buccaneers

Martin rebounded from a couple of subpar seasons and was second in the league in rushing yardage in 2015. Running back Doug Martin has signed a contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. The deal is for five years and is worth $35.75 million. Show More Summary

NFL Free Agency 2016: Latest Rumors, Predictions on Where Big Names Will Land

The NFL's most interesting game of dominoes begins Wednesday. When the market opens at 4 p.m. ET, the biggest dominoes, chief among them Doug Martin, Adam Jones and many others, will start to fall. As a result, a flurry of odd patterns...Show More Summary

Predicting the Top Potential Landing Spots for Free-Agent RB Doug Martin

Prepare for one of the most insane days of the year—the commencement of NFL free agency. Starting today, players are free to sign with any team beginning at 4 p.m. ET. However, a lot of players reached agreements in principle with new...Show More Summary

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