All he has to do is get drafted by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The only thing that might be better than a multimillion dollar NFL contract is a multimillion dollar NFL contract plus the promise of free crab legs for life. According toShow More Summary
Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans wanted their team to receive national attention all last season, but unfortunately, they've had to settle for being the prime target of pre -draft reports and rumors swirling around what they plan to do with the No. Show More Summary
You've got a better chance of seeing a unicorn on your morning run than finding a recent draft class that's been solid from top to bottom for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Over the past five drafts, Tampa Bay's picks have spent far moreShow More Summary
Quarterback is the most important position in the NFL and teams are always looking for the next franchise player at that position. The 2015 quarterback draft class is by no means deep but it includes two players that are considered franchise...Show More Summary
Marcus Mariota is a week away from finding out his NFL fate. He almost certainly knows he won’t go first overall to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers — that’s believed to be Jameis Winston’s spot — and could find himself be taken anywhere in the next several picks, perhaps even No. Show More Summary
With the Buccaneers' 2015 schedule now set, a road to redemption lies ahead for Tampa Bay. Like any other year, this season promises plenty of ups and downs for the Bucs. Last year, the Bucs were beset by their inferiority. Not only did they finish with the league's worst record, but they were the worst team in the NFL's worst division. Show More Summary
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers may have had the NFL's worst record in 2014, but they're a fascinating franchise heading into 2015. In addition to having established young talent like Mike Evans and Lavonte David, they have the No. 1 overall...Show More Summary
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Most mock drafts are projecting that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will take Winston as the No. 1 pick in the draft on April 30.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers reiterated that while "there is a leader in the clubhouse" about who they'll take with the first overall pick in the NFL draft, they are in no hurry to say who that may be.
Marcus Mariota or Jameis Winston? It's not clear who the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will take with the first overall pick in next week's NFL draft, but General Manager Jason Licht said his team is ready to make that selection.
This is what I know for certain: One member of the Buccaneers ownership group is increasingly nervous with the notion of Jameis Winston as the face of the franchise. Now, I want to be clear: It remains likely that Tampa Bay takes Winston first overall in the draft. Show More Summary
Just like every other team in the NFL, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have scoured the later rounds of the draft over the years, trying to snatch up the best sleepers in each class. The problem for the Bucs? Few of them have ever actuallyShow More Summary
With the No. 1 pick in a draft that is thought to contain two franchise quarterbacks, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers hold quite the valuable asset. And while the team certainly may keep the pick and select either Jameis Winston or Marcus Mariota,...Show More Summary
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have plenty of reasons to potentially be concerned about quarterback Jameis Winston. But they continue not to be, in large part because they’ve done their homework on him. One potential area of concern comes from the possibility that, if discouraged by the difficulty of adjusting to the next level of football,…
The Buccaneers are still comfortable in taking Jameis Winston at number one overall despite the recent lawsuit taken against him. Mike Florio says only new news can affect his position with the team.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have already said that yesterday’s civil suit filed against Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston would have no bearing on their decision at the top of the 2015 NFL Draft. So it stands to reason that Winston’s side has reason to be confident, if they weren’t already. Via Matt Baker of the…
As the faux George Steinbrenner in Seinfeld found out, adding a George to your roster doesn’t magically fix all of your problems. Earlier this week, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers addressed their need for help at defensive end by trading for...Show More Summary
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers own the No. 1 overall pick in the upcoming NFL draft, but All-Pro defensive tackle and team leader Gerald McCoy doesn't care whom the team eventually selects. He is interested, though, in how the team's fansShow More Summary