Updated: May 30, 2003, 11:42 AM ETBy By Darrell Trimble
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: The relationship between the Buccaneers and Disney's Wide World of Sports has produced one Super Bowl championship, so the Bucs decided to have their training camp at the same place for a second consecutive year. Officials from both parties agreed on a contract Thursday to welcome the world champs back, according to the Tampa Tribune. Arizona Cardinals: DE Steve White made a positive impression during his visit this week, but club officials are in no hurry to sign him. White, released by the New York Jets in February, worked out and took a physical Wednesday, but the Cardinals want to wait until other players become available after June 1 before deciding if White's the best option. "He had a good workout for us," Rod Graves, vice president for football operations, told the Arizona Republic. "We wanted to take a look at him, assess what else comes (available) and then make a decision in a week or two as to whether or not we have any interest." Indianapolis Colts: LB Marcus Washington has been unable to practice at the team's "summer school" sessions since undergoing surgery to remove a cyst from his tailbone. "It wasn't cancerous, but it could have been," Washington told the Indianapolis Star. "I'm just glad (doctors) were able to go in and get it all out. We wanted to make sure we wouldn't have any problems when the season starts." Washington, who has started 31 games the past two seasons, is hopeful he will be able to practice next week.
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