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2015 Fantasy Football Outlook for Tampa Bay Buccaneers Stars

The 2015 fantasy football outlook for the stars in the Tampa Bay offense has to be brighter, because the dimmer doesn ’t go much lower. The Buccaneers are set to add to a promising lineup as the clock ticks down on their No. 1 pick in...Show More Summary

Buccaneers Free Agency: Projecting Contract Offers for Tampa Bay

The 2-14 Tampa Bay Buccaneers might be looking to cut some dead weight this offseason, but there may be some players at the end of their contracts who deserve a second shot in Tampa Bay. Free agency has not been kind to the Buccaneers in recent years. Show More Summary

John Lynch faces uphill battle for Hall of Fame

TAMPA, Fla. -- I think John Lynch belongs in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. But I have to admit I’m partial. I had the good fortune to cover the early part of Lynch’s career with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. I saw plenty of big hits that made the highlight reels. Show More Summary

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 5 Late-Round Sleepers Who Would Be Perfect for Bucs

Most of the attention enjoyed by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this offseason will be due to the No. 1 overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft, which they have the bittersweet pleasure of owning. After a 2-14 season, Tampa Bay sits atop the first...Show More Summary

QB Marcus Mariota Is Obvious No. 1 Choice for Bucs After Koetter, Bajakian Hires

Marcus Mariota or Jameis Winston? It's the question everyone will be asking until the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are finally on the clock with the first overall pick in April's NFL draft and submit their final decision. Cases can be made for both. Recent momentum even swung toward Winston as the favorite. Show More Summary

NFL Draft 2015: Breaking Down Marcus Mariota vs. Jameis Winston Debate

Perhaps the biggest question as we ramp up the 2015 NFL draft process is at the top. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers hold the No. 1 overall selection, and conventional wisdom says they'll be choosing between quarterbacks Jameis Winston andShow More Summary

Marcus Mariota's Draft Stock: What Flaws Concern Scouts Most

Marcus Mariota is one of the top two quarterback prospects in the NFL draft and a strong candidate to be the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' selection with the No. 1 pick. But just like any prospect coming out of college, there are some concerns about his game. Show More Summary

Mike Bajakian to coach Bucs quarterbacks

TAMPA, Fla. -- The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have agreed to terms with Mike Bajakian to be their new quarterbacks coach. Bajakian had been the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at the University of Tennessee since 2013. Prior to that, he did stints as the offensive coordinator at the University of Cincinnati and Central Michigan. Show More Summary

Bucs dip into college ranks for new quarterbacks coach

The Buccaneers are expected to use the first pick in the draft on a quarterback. Now, they know who’s going to be working with him. Via Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times, the Bucs have agreed to a deal with University of Tennessee offensive coordinator Mike Bajakian to be the new quarterbacks coach. Bajakian worked with head…

Super Bowl 2015: MVP Prop Odds and Prediction for Patriots vs. Seahawks

Veteran bettors will experience a bit of deja vu on the way to the 2015 Super Bowl thanks to the MVP odds. About a decade ago, a defender by the name of Dexter Jackson led his Tampa Bay Buccaneers to an ugly Super Bowl triumph and took...Show More Summary

Jerramy Stevens arrested on suspicion of DUI

The family photo albums from the marriage of Hope Solo and Jerramy Stevens may consist solely of mugshots at this point. The former Seattle Seahawks and Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end was arrested on Monday on suspicion of driving under the influence in Southern California. According to the Associated Press, Stevens and Solo were stopped…

Reminder: Brad Johnson paid for Super Bowl footballs to be doctored

As deflate-gate reaches DEFCON 1 levels — refocusing on Bill Belichick, Tom Brady and the New England Patriots under the microscope — we are reminded of former Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Brad Johnson's admission he paid to have...Show More Summary

Brad Johnson: 'No wrongdoing' with footballs

TAMPA, Fla. -- As the fallout continued from the New England Patriots allegedly deflating footballs in the AFC Championship Game, former Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Brad Johnson admitted he played a role in altering footballs before Super Bowl XXXVII. “There was no wrongdoing on my part," Johnson told The Tampa Tribune on Wednesday. Show More Summary

NFL Draft Experts Now Think Jameis Winston Will Be The No. 1 Pick

With three months to go before the 2015 NFL Draft, Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston now appears to be the consensus top prospect and most feel he will be taken by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with the No. 1 pick. This is a fairly significant shake-up to the draft. Show More Summary

Thoughts on Brad Johnson's Super Bowl football hijinks: yawn

As another New England Patriots controversy captivates the NFL -- this time it's deflated footballs -- an old Super Bowl tale has surfaced and it involves your Oakland Raiders. Brad Johnson, who quarterbacked the Tampa Bay Buccaneers...Show More Summary

Former Tampa Bay QB Brad Johnson Says He Paid People to Tamper with Footballs

Hard on the heels of the “Deflategate” scandal enveloping the New England Patriots, former Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Brad Johnson has admitted to paying personnel to doctor footballs. In an interview with the Tampa Bay Times’Show More Summary

Rod Marinelli says he never considered leaving Dallas

The dots were easy to connect between Rod Marinelli and Tampa Bay, given his expiring contract and long-term relationship with Buccaneers coach Lovie Smith. But the Cowboys defensive coordinator said he was never close to rejoining Smith this offseason. “I just love it here,” Marinelli said of the Cowboys, via Todd Archer of “I…

Brad Johnson and altering footballs

Tampa Bay Times reporter Rick Stroud, who covers the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, wrote a story this morning about former quarterback Brad Johnson and how he paid to have footballs altered before Super Bowl XXXVII. Writes Stroud: At the Super Bowl, the NFL had 100 footballs. Show More Summary

Eagles could look to move up for Marcus Mariota

TAMPA, Fla. -- Tuesday’s report that the Philadelphia Eagles are plotting ways to move up to draft Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota is nothing but good news for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Tampa Bay holds the No. 1 overall pick in the draft. Show More Summary

Michael Johnson Retains Value for Bucs Despite Upcoming Balloon Payment

Defensive end Michael Johnson didn't live up to expectations in 2014, but the Tampa Bay Buccaneers would be foolish to cut ties with him after only one season. With all but two teams fully entering the offseason during Senior Bowl week, organizations are contemplating future moves. Show More Summary

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