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Buccaneers T Demar Dotson ends holdout, reports to camp
by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

Buccaneers right tackle Demar Dotson wants more money, so he made the decision to end his holdout and report to the team's three-day minicamp on Tuesday, per The Tampa Tribune.

Dotson, who skipped the Bucs' voluntary practices this offseason, wants a new contract but also realized that getting fined and losing money during a holdout wasn't the best way to get that point across.

“I didn’t want to lose any money,” Dotson said, per The Tampa Tribune. “It would have been like $100,000 (in total fines), and I don’t have $100,000 to lose. I want to keep my money. (Besides), that’s the only way to keep negotiations going.”

Dotson said the Bucs' stopped working with him on a new deal once he began to skip out on team activities. He's hoping his return will put the negotiation back on the table.

“They weren’t going to negotiate with me staying out, so I think this was the best move to make,” Dotson said of returning to camp. “(Negotiations) haven’t started yet, but I think it’s going to be real soon.”

Dotson has started 47 of 48 games for the Bucs over the last three years.

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Buccaneers RT Demar Dotson vows to be at minicamp
by Marty Gitlin |

Buccaneers right tackle Demar Dotson will not allow a contract dispute to keep him from minicamp next week.

Dotson said he will end his holdout to participate, per the Tampa Tribune. He had skipped OTAs while negotiations on a new deal were ongoing.

He has started 47 of 48 games for Tampa Bay over the last three seasons.

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Buccaneers RT Demar Dotson absent from OTA's over contract
by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

Buccaneers right tackle Demar Dotson has been absent from organized team activities this week because he wants new contract, per The Tampa Bay Times.

Dotson chose to not attend the voluntary practices until he and the team can agree on a new contract. Both sides have been engaged in negotiations but have yet to settle on a deal.

Dotson has started all but one game for the Buccaneers over the last three seasons.

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Verner, Michael Johnson among questionable Buccaneers
by Igor Mello |

The Buccaneers have ruled out Doug Martin for Week 11 against Washington. Martin is the only player on Tampa Bay's final injury report ruled out for Sunday. Michael Johnson (hand), Luke Stocker (hip) and Alterraun Verner (hamstring) were deemed questionable. Josh McCown (back), Gerald McCoy (groin), Anthony Collins (foot) and Demar Dotson (neck) were labeled probable.

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Bucs probables should give it a go Thursday
by Chris Cwik |

The Buccaneers should have a number of players available Week 3 against Tampa.

Da'Quan Bowers, Evan Dietrich-Smith, Demar Dotson, William Gholston, Logan Mankins and Bradley McDougald were all active for Thursday's game. All six players were probable coming into the game.

Michael Johnson was listed as questionable, but should also be able to play. 

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Games Played
2009Tampa Bay Buccaneers90
2010Tampa Bay Buccaneers00
2011Tampa Bay Buccaneers132
2012Tampa Bay Buccaneers1615
2013Tampa Bay Buccaneers1616
2014Tampa Bay Buccaneers1616
Defensive Stats
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2010Tampa Bay Buccaneers000.000000.0000
2011Tampa Bay Buccaneers1300.000000.0000
2012Tampa Bay Buccaneers1611.000000.0000
2013Tampa Bay Buccaneers1611.000000.0000
2014Tampa Bay Buccaneers1611.000000.0000
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2010Tampa Bay Buccaneers000000000
2011Tampa Bay Buccaneers1300000000
2012Tampa Bay Buccaneers1600010010
2013Tampa Bay Buccaneers1600000000
2014Tampa Bay Buccaneers1600010010
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