After his latest suspension, a four-game ban for using Adderall, Talib has once again shown that he is a player that can not be trusted. Talib, the Bucs' 2008 first-round pick, has been given numerous chances to redeem himself after off-field incidents and altercations, and he continues to disappoint.
Since coming into the league, Talib has fought with teammates, punched a cab driver, allegedly shot at a man, and has now been suspended for using performance enhancing drugs.
Clearly, his actions are of man that is not fully committed and focused on football.
Talib is a talented and athletic corner, and he has all the potential in the world. But at age 27, Talib hasn't grown up and he is a liabliilty.
Talib is a free agent after this season and would have likely been re-signed by the Bucs had he played well and stayed out of trouble. The former didn't happen and Talib has now cost himself a lot of money.
He also likely will be with another team next season.
This season, the Bucs have the NFL's worst pass defense and are giving up 345 passing yards per game. That's with Talib in the lineup. How much worse can the secondary really be with him gone?
Because of all those reasons, it is time for Tampa Bay to move on from Talib. The Bucs likely won't cut Talib during this season, but they shouldn't hesitate in letting him walk once it is over.
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