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Buccaneers sweep RB Michael Bennett from the Chiefs

According to Kansas City Star running back Michael Bennett is going to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Buccaneers sweep RB Michael Bennett from the Chiefs The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are trading a conditional draft pick to the Kansas City Chiefs in exchange for the running back Michael Bennett, according to the local paper Kansas City Star. The deal has not been confirmed yet by either camp, but Bennett himself confirmed the trade in an interview with the newspaper on Monday. The NFL trading deadline is today at 4:00 pm and speculations emerge that the Buccaneers may even give up a second round draft pick for Bennett and a lesser pick in exchange from the Chiefs.

 The 29-year-old RB was drafted by the Vikings from Wisconsin as 27th overall pick in the first round of the 2001 NFL Draft. The Vikings released Michael Bennett in 2005 and was signed by the Saints as a backup to Deuce McAllister, but after Reggie Bush joined New Orleans, Bennett was traded to the Kansas City Chiefs for a fourth round draft choice. In 81 career games Michael Bennett rushed for 3,426 yards and 12 touchdowns, but he has carried for only 52 yards this season.

 Published on 10/16/2007

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