While the New York Jets try to figure out who their next quarterback will be, Todd Bowles and Co. are working to ensure that signal-caller has the protection Ryan Fitzpatrick, Geno Smith and Bryce Petty did not have in 2016. Now clearly...Show More Summary
The Buccaneers signed Ryan Fitzpatrick to a one-year, $3 million deal to be Jameis Winston’s backup, presumably. But Dirk Koetter isn’t ready to give Fitzpatrick the job, saying the veteran quarterback will have to earn it. The Bucs coach was asked Thursday if Fitzpatrick has the inside track on the job. “No, not necessarily,” Koetter…
New Buccaneers quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick met with the media for the first time at Tuesday’s OTA session. As initially reported, Fitzpatrick provided a quote that generated plenty of criticism of the backup-turned-starter-turned-backup-turned-starter-turned-backup-turned-starter-turned-backup. Show More Summary
Ryan Fitzpatrick must be living in an alternate universe in which he didn't throw six picks to the Chiefs last year.
While it wasn’t quite the same 44-shot uzi-spray that a Jets quarterback once used on the way through the door, a former Jets quarterback has repeatedly uttered the E-word when talking about his new team. New Buccaneers quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, in comments to the team’s official website (EXCLUSIVE!) used the term “excited” five times. “I thought it…
The Buccaneers made some paperwork official Monday, and parted ways with a quarterback after adding Ryan Fitzpatrick. The team announced that the veteran quarterback officially signed his contract. To make room for him on the 90-man roster, they waived quarterback Sean Renfree. The Bucs signed the former Falcons backup earlier this offseason. Renfree played two…
Did you know Ryan Fitzpatrick went to Harvard?
It looks like Fitzpatrick's Harvard degree is finally paying off
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have agreed to terms on a one-year contract with quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, who will serve as a veteran backup to Jameis Winston
A look through Ryan Fitzpatrick’s career.
Deferring to others the question of whether Colin Kaepernick and his 16 touchdown passes against four interceptions with 11 starts would have been a better choice for the Buccaneers than Ryan Fitzpatrick’s 12 touchdown passes against 17 interceptions with 11 starts, the question for now is whether the Buccaneers actively considered both players before signing…
Ryan Fitzpatrick, age 34, a veteran of 12 NFL seasons, has signed a free-agent deal with the Bucs, his seventh team. Per Adam Schefter, the terms are for one year and $3 million. Fitzpatrick, who went to Harvard, will back up Jameis Winston. Read more...
Fitzpatrick, who has bounced around the league for 12 seasons, will back up the starting quarterback, Jameis Winston.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced Friday that they have signed Ryan Fitzpatrick as a backup to quarterback Jameis Winston after Mike Glennon took his services to the Chicago Bears this offseason. The other three quarterbacks on their roster — Ryan Griffin, Sean Renfree and rookie Sefo Liufau — have thrown a combined seven NFL passes, all […]
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced Friday that they have signed Ryan Fitzpatrick as a backup to quarterback Jameis Winston. The Bucs needed a backup after Mike Glennon signed with the Chicago Bears earlier this offseason; the other three quarterbacks on their roster — Ryan Griffin, Sean Renfree and rookie Sefo Liufau — have thrown a […]
Veteran quarterback takes over behind Jameis Winston for Buccaneers
Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Dirk Koetter is picky about his quarterbacks. Jameis Winston is the surefire starter in Tampa as he enters his third NFL season. It was not a surprise when the Buccaneers let quarterback Mike Glennon walk...Show More Summary
QB Ryan Fitzpatrick is signing with the Buccaneers, even after a brutal season with the Jets. (AP) A year ago, Ryan Fitzpatrick was embroiled in a standoff with the New York Jets that was among the bigger summer NFL storylines. This year, Fitzpatrick quietly will sign with a team for which he has no chance of earning a starting chance. Show More Summary