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Jameis Winston uninjured in car wreck

Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston escaped uninjured after recently being involved in a car wreck, the Tampa Bay Times reported. Winston, 24, was driving in Tampa on February 13 when his Ford truck rear-ended a car, via the paper. The accident caused damage to both vehicles, including an estimated $4,000 to the car Winston hit. But [more]

Bucs won’t tender Adarius Glanton, Jude Adjei-Barimah

The Buccaneers have five restricted free agents. The Bucs have notified two of them, linebacker Adarius Glanton and defensive back Jude Adjei-Barimah, that they will not receive a tender, Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Both will become unrestricted free agents next month. Glanton broke a leg in the season finale. He should [more]

Bucs release Nick Folk

The Buccaneers announced they have released kicker Nick Folk in a procedural move. Tampa Bay placed Folk on injured reserve on October 9 with a left knee injury that required surgery. Dr. James Andrews cleared Folk to resume kicking last week, clearing the way for the Bucs to move on without him. Folk, 33, was [more]

Buccaneers cornerback Jude Adjei-Barimah cleared to return from fractured patella

After fracturing his patella twice in the last 18 months, Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Jude Adjei-Barimah has been cleared to return to football, per Jenna Laine of Adjei-Barimah has appeared in 23 games with eight starts for Tampa Bay after signing out of Bowling Green as an undrafted free agent in 2015. He was [more]

Buccaneers hire Brentson Buckner as defensive line coach

Tampa Bay Buccaneers hire former NFL player Brentson Buckner as defensive line coach        

Bucs release RB Doug Martin after disappointing season

Two-time Pro Bowl running back Doug Martin released by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers        

Doug Martin released by Tampa Bay Buccaneers

5 days agoNews : USAToday: News

Running back gained fewer than 500 yards each of past two seasons.        

Doug Martin cut by Buccaneers after weird, rocky career in Tampa Bay

After a strange six-year career in Tampa Bay, running back Doug Martin was cut by the Buccaneers.

Buccaneers release Doug Martin, who ran out of chances in Tampa

Martin is a free agent after yet another nightmare season. Running back Doug Martin had multiple second chances with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, especially after a breakout 2015 season. However, he was a disaster the past two years, and after getting benched down the stretch of 2017, he exhausted his team’s patience for good. Show More Summary

Bucs cut Doug Martin

Doug Martin‘s once-promising tenure in Tampa Bay has come to an end. Buccaneers General Manager Jason Licht told Martin this morning that he’s being released, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Although Martin is a two-time Pro Bowl running back, the move comes as no surprise. Licht said last month that Martin didn’t [more]

Bucs hire Brenston Buckner as DL coach

The Buccaneers have hired Brenston Buckner as their defensive line coach, the team announced. Buckner will replace Jay Hayes, who Tampa Bay fired on February 9. The Buccaneers also interviewed University of Miami defensive line coach Craig Kuligowski, their own assistant defensive line coach, Paul Spicer, and former Colts defensive coordinator Ted Monachino. Buckner, 46, [more]

Buccaneers interview University of Miami DL coach Craig Kuligowski

The Buccaneers have interviewed University of Miami defensive line coach Craig Kuligowski for their vacant defensive line coaching position, reports. Tampa Bay also has interviewed assistant defensive line coach Paul Spicer, former Colts defensive coordinator Ted Monachino and former Cardinals defensive tackle Brentson Buckner. Show More Summary

Buccaneers interview Brentson Buckner for line opening

The Buccaneers are working on filling their defensive line coach vacancy, and met with a former NFL defensive lineman about it. Via Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times, the Buccaneers interviewed former Cardinals assistant Brentson Buckner for the vacancy. The Buccaneers have also interviewed Ted Monachino for the vacancy created when Bucs coach Dirk Koetter [more]

Buccaneers interview Ted Monachino for defensive line coach

The Buccaneers relieved defensive line coach Jay Hayes of his duties last weekend and they’ve lined up one candidate to take over the role. Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports that former Colts defensive coordinator Ted Monachino interviewed for the job on Wednesday. There’s no word on whether he was offered the job [more]

Buccaneers add long snapper Drew Ferris

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced the signing of long snapper Drew Ferris to a futures contract on Thursday. Ferris has spent time on the offseason rosters of the New York Jets and Seattle Seahawks the last two seasons but has not been on a regular season roster. Garrison Sanborn served as the long snapper for [more]

Chris Godwin will have to work hard to make a fantasy impact in 2018

Eyes will be on Godwin as he fights for a slot role in a crowded Bucs receiving corps next season. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a lot of talented receivers. Mike Evans and DeSean Jackson lead the way, but rookie wideout Chris Godwin made a case for more targets after a strong first year in the league. Show More Summary

George Kittle is poised for fantasy breakout in 2018

The 49ers rookie tight end should have even more success next season with Jimmy Garoppolo calling the shots. Tight ends were a popular position in the 2017 draft. The New York Giants, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Cleveland Browns each chose a tight end in the first round of the draft. Show More Summary

Jason Licht: Doug Martin “wasn’t ever the same” in 2017

Defense may be the main focus of the offseason for the Buccaneers, but it sounds like some changes could be made at running back as well. During an interview with Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times about what went wrong during the 2017 season, Bucs General Manager Jason Licht touched on the team’s 27th-ranked [more]

Donald Penn compares Jon Gruden taking over Raiders to Steve Kerr taking over Warriors

Oakland Raiders left tackle Donald Penn played for Jon Gruden for three years with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. In addition to that making Penn ancient by NFL standards, it also gives the veteran tackle a background on Gruden and the situation he’s walking into as the new/old coach of the Raiders. In an appearance on [more]

Buccaneers safety Ward arrested on marijuana possession charge

2 months agoLifestyle / Fashion : AOL: Style

Tampa Bay Buccaneers safety T.J. Ward was arrested Wednesday for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Read more...

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