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Bucs G.M. Mark Dominik gets contract option picked up

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Two days after the Bucs officially brought back coach Raheem Morris, G.M. Mark Dominik is also back in the fold.

Rick Stroud of the St.  Petersburg Times reports the team picked up the one-year option on Dominik’s contract.  Morris’ option was for the next two years at $2 million-per-season.

Most NFL teams would give Morris and Dominik a pay raise and extend their original deals following Tampa’s impressive 10-6 season.  It’s possible there have been talks about new contracts for the Bucs’ leaders, but none have leaked out through the media.

The option being picked up caps a great week for Dominik, which was surely highlighted by his appearance on ProFootballTalk Live.

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4 Responses to “Bucs G.M. Mark Dominik gets contract option picked up”
  1. lgbarn says: Jan 10, 2011 11:37 AM

    I hope they are getting a raise. Both are candidates for awards this year for the job that they have done in finding young talent and getting them to perform on the field. Better that they get raises than a college coach who hasn’t done anything getting 5 mil a year.

  2. odessabucs says: Jan 10, 2011 12:40 PM

    Were Dominik available, there would be more than a couple of teams who would try pick him up quickly!

  3. onebucfan says: Jan 10, 2011 1:09 PM

    Keep up the good work Mark. If we can add a couple of missing pieces on the defense to stop the run and add a pass rusher….I see great results in the future…BUCS ARE BACK!!

  4. slickster35 says: Jan 10, 2011 3:30 PM

    Dominik was on the Chiefs short list of GM’s.

    I think both teams did very well with their choices, and are up and comers for the future.

    The Pats executive tree is proving to be quite fruitful, and the Pats are the model for success in the league (understandably).

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