Aqib Talib: Raheem Morris Insists No Decision on Talib's Future Yet
Buccaneers Cornerback Facing Several Felony Charges
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a lot on their plate right now, but they will have to deal with the Aqib Talib situation as soon as the lockout is lifted.
Talib faces charges in Texas from an incident where it is alleged he pistol-whipped his sister’s boyfriend and then fired shots at him. It’s the latest in a series of incidents involving Talib, who consistently finds himself on the wrong side of a legal situation.
Raheem Morris told WHBO Radio on Wednesday the Buccaneers have not yet talked about Talib's future, or if the star defensive player will be cut.
That being said, there is no point in keeping a player, no matter how talented he is, if he is just going to end up in the police blotter week-after-week and end up in jail or suspended. Either way you are not getting production out of him.
Talib has lots of excuses and he gave his side of the story. The bottom line is Talib is one of those guys who gets himself into these kinds of situations.
The Buccaneers had a great draft and they need to think about the future. If the Bucs decide to do nothing, it could hurt them.
Talent only gets you so far, at some point you have to start taking responsibility for your life, because the talent is meaningless if it is sitting in a jail cell.
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