Raheem Morris’ Tampa Bay homecoming hinges on secondary play

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“We’ve just got to go out there and play tighter man coverage, or if we get into our zones, we’ve got to get them on the ground with the first tackle,” Morris said.

Morris believes he’s responsible for that.

He helped the Redskins game plan this week by sharing his beliefs about Buccaneers personnel. Executing sound technique in the secondary, however, is paramount.

“I’ve definitely got to do a better job for these guys, and we’ll be accountable to that,” he said. “I’ll be right there in the barrel with my guys as we come out this week and see what we can do.”

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