The league's three Florida-based teams - the Jacksonville Jaguars, Miami Dolphins and Tampa Bay Buccaneers - have joined with the NFL Foundation to do a little good. It was announced on Friday that the four groups are combining to donate...Show More Summary
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The first pass of Jameis Winston's professional career was intercepted and returned for a touchdown. It was not the start the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were hoping for from their franchise quarterback of the future. Still, by season's end the No. Show More Summary
In a profile on Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston, The Undefeated managed to gloss over a major part of Winston's background: His alleged 2012 rape of a former Florida State University student, for which he was controversially...Show More Summary
The Undefeated has published a soft-focus profile of Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston that is so remarkably bad that I honestly don’t understand how or why it ever saw daylight. Read more...
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OTA practices may be voluntary, but Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Dirk Koetter expects you to be prepared for them. Just ask Austin Seferian-Jenkins. On Thursday, Koetter sent the third-year tight end off the field for not being ready to take part. Show More Summary
During his rookie season, Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans shattered position molds in the same way he nearly shattered Terence Newman. At 6’5” and 231 pounds, he shouldn’t be able to win with speed, and instead size should be his weapon of choice. Show More Summary
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When it comes to NFL relevance, you can bet the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are tired of theirs only coming once the on-field action ends and the draft projections begin. The last time the Pewter Pirates made the playoffs? 2007. The last time...Show More Summary
Punter Michael Koenen was not on an NFL team in 2015, for the first time in a decade. Instead, the former Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Atlanta Falcons specialist was fighting for his health, and watching his weight drop well below his normal...Show More Summary
Licht thinks he got a steal when he drafted Roberto Aguayo in the second round. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers became the butt of plenty of jokes when the team traded into the second round to draft kicker Roberto Aguayo. But Buccaneers general...Show More Summary
In a long, fascinating story in Pewter Report, which looked back at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' recent draft class, some very interesting news arises. It appears they earmarked a first-round grade on a kicker. That, of course, would be Florida's Stat's Roberto Aguayo, whom the Buccaneers traded up high in Round 2 to draft. Show More Summary
Connor Barth became expendable in Tampa Bay when the Buccaneers drafted a kicker in the second round. But he’s not going far. Per Adam Schefter of ESPN, the veteran kicker is heading to New Orleans now to sign with the Saints. Barth has been a solid kicker, but has been rooted aside for rookies by…
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Here’s part 2 of our “Florida Retirees” who did not audition this year: Sister-Sister, Paige and Courtney from the Dolphins: Paige Courtney Antasia, line captain from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Ingrid, Buccaneers: Line captain Karen from the ROAR of the Jaguars: Hannah, Jacksonville Jaguars ROAR: Check back with us [...]
TAMPA, Fla. — First-year Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Dirk Koetter keeps an array of interesting mementos around his office, starting with a collection of 12 helmets from every spot on his playing and coaching journey. The helmets line the top of a bookcase behind his desk. On a coffee table, he keeps a mint copy of Dr. Show More Summary
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Saturday selected UCLA offensive lineman Caleb Benenoch with ninth pick in the fifth round of the NFL draft, the 148th pick overall. The 6-foot-5, 305-pound Benenoch left UCLA with a season of eligiblity remaining. He was a three-year starter. See the most-read stories...
No matter the event, Dick Vitale has always been one to leave his own, uhh, unique mark. The longtime ESPN commentator was tapped by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to announce the team’s fourth-round draft pick Saturday and despite a guest appearance — or mutinous surprise, depending on how one looks at it — Vitale still managed to steal the […]
When you ask Dick Vitale to do anything you know what you're getting. Which is why it's odd that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers would ask Vitale to announce their draft pick. It's one of those things that happened exactly how you'd expect....Show More Summary