Potential free agent targets for the Bucs’ defense

Tampa Bay’s 2014 offseason was one to remember (at the time) as they stayed in the headlines and never left. What were considered “splash” signings proved to be far from true as last season progressed.  Read the rest of this entry »

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Follow-Up: Winston Smear Campaign Continues On

Back in January, the New York Times published a story that centered around the Sexual Violence Task Force of Tampa Bay and Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston. The report referenced a meeting between the organization and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers regarding the potential selection of Winston.  Read the rest of this entry »

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NFL Draft Breakdown: Oregon’s Jake Fisher

Jake Fisher, Offensive Tackle, University of Oregon 

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Bucs’ “interest” in Suh should not go beyond that

From the files of “Building a Stellar Fantasy Team” comes a report where the Buccaneers are among others interest in defensive tackle Ndamukong SuhRead the rest of this entry »

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Rumor: The Eagles will give up “Shady” for No.1?

Yeah, that’s right. It’s the Eagles once again trying to stir up trade talks through the media. Well, it’s actually some Philadelphia personalities that are simply throwing things out there hoping it sticks.  Read the rest of this entry »

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Some Bucs pre-free agency tidbits

Teams are beginning to make cuts across the NFL and the Bucs are currently sitting back watching it all unfold. They still have time to make decisions, especially since free agency doesn’t start until March 10. But that doesn’t mean they aren’t making some headlines.  Read the rest of this entry »

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Mariota sponsorship not among decision makers

A few months back, Oregon’s Marcus Mariota was originally projected as being the easy selection for the first overall pick in the NFL Draft on April 30. That consensus has since shifted to have Florida State’s Jameis Winston being the No. 1 pick among many, many mock drafts.  Read the rest of this entry »

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Bucs find their assistant DL coach

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced today that they have named Paul Spicer assistant defensive line coach. Spicer will work with Defensive Line Coach Joe Cullen.  Read the rest of this entry »

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Bucs players on the bubble as potential cuts

As free agency draws near, we will begin seeing cuts from around the league like we did on Wednesday afternoon. Aside from Josh McCown, the Buccaneers have been quiet to this point but are expected to make some cuts soon.  Read the rest of this entry »

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Bucs contact FSU, Winston’s character confirmed

It was obvious that the Buccaneers would be doing their due diligence on Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston. Not only did they confirm that they are well within the process, but Winston’s former coach says they have contacted the school about him. Read the rest of this entry »

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Phil Simms couldn’t care less about Winston’s interceptions

When NFL Network’s Mike Mayock said he was scared to death of Florida State’s Jameis Winston, he meant he was scared of all the interceptions he threw. During his recent conference call with the media as well as throughout his combine coverage Mayock said countless times Winston’s interceptions concern him the most. He made quite a big deal about it and at times heading into the weekend sounded a bit agitated with all the Winston talk.  Read the rest of this entry »

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