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September 13, 1986

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers still want to sign Bo Jackson and are willing to match the five-year, $5-million contract the Dallas Cowboys gave Herschel Walker should Jackson decide to leave professional baseball

Buccaneer owner Hugh Culverhouse told the St. Petersburg Times he was criticized by the NFL Management Council this summer for offering to make Jackson, the 1985 Heisman Trophy winner, the highest-paid rookie in NFL history.

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