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Tampa Bay Bucs Teammates Prank Rookies With Huge $26,000 Bill At Restaurant

Much like most teams in the league, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a long-standing tradition of pranking the incoming rookies and they spared no one when the newest batch of fresh faces came aboard for this year. Traditionally, the rookies on the squad are forced to split a bill after the entire team goes out […]
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