NFL team expects TV blackouts for first time in 15 years

March 25, 2010 at 10:02 am by Terez in Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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Bucs co-chairman Joel Glazer said Wednesday at the NFL owners’ meetings that the team’s season ticket base is in the “40,000s” and that it’s likely home games next season will be blacked out on local television for the first time in the 15 years the Glazer family has owned the club. “Based on where we’re at today,” Glazer said, “… realistically, we are staring at having games blacked out in our local market. I bring that up because I don’t want people to be surprised when they get to September and … the game is not on TV. It’s not what we want. “We’re working hard to avoid it, and I think people are starting to see what we’re trying to do with younger players, and Josh Freeman, and building around that,” Glazer added. “There is some excitement when we talk to people. But we’re in unchartered waters that we haven’t seen in 15 years.” — St. Petersburg Times

If an owner can’t fill a stadium, he has no business owning an NFL team..-TO

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