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Bucs will host Bears on Sunday in Tampa, as scheduled

Hurricane Irma delayed the Buccaneers’ Week One game at Miami, but it won’t affect the Bucs in Week Two. The NFL announced today that the Bears-Bucs game will take place at 1 p.m. Eastern on Sunday at Raymond James Stadium, as scheduled. The Bucs and the Tampa Sports Authority has surveyed the stadium and found [more]
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