The Tampa Bay Buccaneers finished 4-12 last season and are not only trying to wash away the bad taste of a losing season, but of a coaching regime that never quite looked like a fit. Former head coach Greg Schiano spent two seasons with the Bucs and won a grand total of 11 games. Show More Summary
TAMPA, Fla. -- It wasn't quite Greg Schiano's infamous "toes on the line" speech, but new Tampa Bay coach Lovie Smith sent a stern message to his team Friday. By trading wide receiver Mike Williams to the Buffalo Bills for a sixth-round...Show More Summary
Few teams did as much as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to transform their teams this offseason. Years of bad drafts and personnel mismanagement dating back to Jon Gruden and Bruce Allen through Raheem Morris, Greg Schiano and Mark Dominik...Show More Summary
In just under three months since former Tampa Bay head coach Greg Schiano was fired, the Buccaneers look like a completely different team. The new Bucs regime, led by new head coach Lovie Smith and general manager Jason Licht, wasted no time imposing their vision of a winning team in Tampa. Show More Summary
Tampa Bay Buccaneers receiver Vincent Jackson was on a wild ride with former coach Greg Schiano for the past two seasons. It explains why riding in an F-16 jet was a piece of cake for him. Jackson was invited to ride along with the U.S. Show More Summary
Free-agent wide receiver Kenny Britt, a 2009 first-round draft choice of the Tennessee Titans, is scheduled to visit the Patriots on Sunday, the NFL Network reports. The 6-foot-3, 223-pound Britt played at Rutgers under Greg Schiano, one of Bill Belichick's close friends in the coaching fraternity. Show More Summary
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been a very active team in the first hours of this year’s free agency period. Head coach Lovie Smith is taking a complete overhaul of the team that Greg Schiano coached last season. The Buccaneers have already added three new players and re-signed a player on the roster in the […]
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are in for some radical changes. Again. For the third time in five years, the Bucs replaced their head coach, former Rutgers head coach Greg Schiano. For incoming head coach, Lovie Smith, it is a homecoming. Since...Show More Summary
When a head coach is hired before a general manager, the head coach usually wields the most influence with the team. Think Lovie Smith in Tampa Bay. He was hired immediately after the Bucs fired Greg Schiano, and his imprint and approach will be all over the team. Show More Summary
Jock-sniffing Joe Banner had no clue what he was doing.
The troika of Jimmy Haslam, Joe Banner, and Michael Lombardi seemed doomed from the beginning, and the shit finally hit the fan yesterday with the announcement that the CEO and GM are out. We'll be hearing more and more insidery stuff...Show More Summary
The next time an athlete and coach involved in a dispute say their problems have been resolved, remember Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Darrelle Revis recent assessment of former coach Greg Schiano. Revis was reportedly upset with how Schiano did not utilize his defensive skills during the 2013 season. Show More Summary
While it wasn't a surprise to hear this, Buccaneers cornerback Darrelle Revis said playing for coach Greg Schiano wasn't easy.
Apparently, the air between Buccaneers cornerback Darrelle Revis and former coach Greg Schiano never quite cleared. Revis put voice Wednesday to what seemed apparent last season, that the Bucs weren’t fully on board with their old coach and his disciplinarian ways. “The atmosphere, I felt like, was real tense,” Revis told Rick Stroud of the…
Greg Schiano dropped into the Browns coaching search out of left field on Wednesday and Josh McDaniels may be returning to the conversation, but Mike Pettine appears to be the constant as Cleveland tries to find a replacement for Rob Chudzinski. Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported that Pettine will have a third interview with…
Greg Schiano was a candidate for the Browns for, like, 10 minutes on Wednesday. It was fun.
Add Greg Schiano to the list of candidates the Browns have interviewed for their head-coaching vacancy. According to FootballScoop.com, the Browns met with Schiano, the former Buccaneers’ coach, on Wednesday. Alex Marvez of FoxSports.com also reported the Browns interviewed Schiano, whom the Buccaneers fired on December 30. The Buccaneers were 11-21 in Schiano’s two seasons…
The Atlanta Falcons have hired former NFL linebacker Bryan Cox to coach the defensive line. Cox spent the past season as the pass-rush specialist for Tampa Bay under former coach Greg Schiano. Cox also had the same role in Miami after coaching the Cleveland Browns' defensive line. Show More Summary
After finishing 4-12 and firing head coach Greg Schiano, the Buccaneers made a splash by hiring Lovie Smith who won three divisions and one NFC Championship with the Bears. But the Bucs weren't done there and Smith is quietly putting together an all-star coaching staff that includes three former head coaches. Show More Summary
The Buccaneers let offensive coordinator Mike Sullivan go along with coach Greg Schiano last week, but Sullivan hasn’t had to wait long for another shot at running an NFL offense. As widely expected, Sullivan is expected to interview with the Giants for their vacant offensive coordinator position. The position opened up when Kevin Gilbride retired…