Debates over whether or not the Buccaneers should build an indoor practice facility on the grounds of their headquarters heated up over the weekend when the team delayed their first training camp practice Saturday afternoon. Fortunately, there is hope on that front as Buccaneers’ Co-Chairman Bryan Glazer revealed the team has been designing plans for such a facility.
“We actually are working on that right now,” Glazer said following the team’s practice on Sunday. “The architects have been drawing that up but that is a work in progress and it’s going to happen. As soon as we get the drawings all done we will give you further details, but that is actually happening.”
Early Monday, the Buccaneers announced the cancellation of the open viewing portion of practice for fans. As of now the team is still scheduled to practice Monday afternoon.