So the Bucs have to get down to 75 players on the roster, per league mandate, by 4 p.m. tomorrow. Some cuts are filtering out on social media. [read more]
Will the Bucs carry six cornerbacks? [read more]
In the coming days, a lot of guys worthy of NFL work will be looking for work.
A combination of deep rosters at their respective positions and/or bloated salaries will get them cut. [read more]
It was as predictable as the sun setting in the west. [read more]
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In today’s state of the Buccaneers address at One Buc Palace, Dirk Koetter said for the “first time since I’ve been here,” he saw the Bucs play a “clean game.” [read more]
After 14 seasons as an NFL quarterback, and decades as a broadcaster, Phil Simms thought he had seen it all in the NFL. [read more]
Head over to Cask Social in South Tampa tomorrow from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. for a great meal and great company.
Former Bucs guard Ian Beckles is hosting his 102.5 FM, The Bone, radio show from Cask Social, Vincent Jackson’s restaurant. V-Jax, Joe and Martin Gramatica will be special guests.
Fun times ahead.
Naturally, being the leader of the Bucs, America’s Quarterback, Pro Bowler Jameis Winston, couldn’t just stand by while his friend and teammate Roberto Aguayo mentally melted down over his recent kicking woes. [read more]
Yes, there was a lot to like about the offense of the Bucs last night. [read more]
No matter when it is or how it comes, an eight-sack game is extraordinarily impressive.
And go figure, the Bucs’ most productive edge rusher over the past two seasons led the way Friday night against the bumbling Browns. [read more]