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Aqib Talib says Greg Schiano fixing Bucs' discipline problems

Cornerback Aqib Talib said the Tampa Bay Buccaneers got too loose in 2011, a situation that is being corrected under new coach Greg Schiano.

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"It got a little loose last year where people got a little too loose around the building. So Schiano definitely came in and brought that order back to the building," Talib told WQXI-AM in Atlanta on Friday.

The four-year veteran praised the Bucs players' offseason participation.

"We had probably like 97, 98 percent attendance since April 4, since we started our offseason program. So that's the biggest thing. I feel like, before the season, whoever had the best offseason is probably gonna have one of the best seasons."

Talib also pronounced himself relieved that his recent legal troubles are over and he can focus on football. A deadly weapons assault case against him was dismissed earlier this month.

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