Joe, of JoeBucsFan.com, along with Ira Kaufman of The Tampa Tribune and Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times, chatted with Lovie Smith before the NFC Coaches media breakfast in Arizona today. [read more]
Joe doesn’t believe in writing about transactions just to write about transactions. This site has always been, and will always be, about subjects that interest Joe. [read more]
In a fun exchange at the NFL Owners Meetings this morning, where Joe is live in Phoenix, a Browns beat writer asked Lovie Smith why Cleveland fans should look at McCown’s 1-10 record as a starter last year and do anything but cringe. [read more]
Not long after the free agency dinner bell rang, Raiders center/guard Stefen Wisniewski visited the Bucs to talk turkey and maybe a contract. Wisniewski left without a contract and headed to Seattle, which needs a center. [read more]
Last year, for the first half of the season, the Bucs defense was revolting. Couldn’t stop the rush. Couldn’t stop the pass. Couldn’t stop their own shadow.
It was an abomination of the highest order and an insult to both sober and drunk football fans. [read more]
Joe’s live at the NFL Owners meetings and chatting with Lovie Smith today.
And there is plenty of quarterbacks chatter to share. [read more]
There are a lot of angry Bucs fans who believe their players should be altar boys, helping old ladies cross the street, selling lemonade and cookies on street corners and raking leaves of neighbors’ lawns.
Yes, Joe relaxed on the lavish grounds of the Arizona Biltmore hotel today and talked Buccaneers football with team co-chairman Joel Glazer. [read more]
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Lost in all the Jameis Winston/Team Glazer news last night was the finality of what Joe knew weeks ago, and most Bucs fans finally came to grips with. One of the best guys to ever enter the Bucs locker room is officially gone. [read more]
Bucs fans’ blood pressure is rising from the yet-to-be repaired Tampa Bay offensive line. Joe is sure Bucs general manager Jason Licht is tiring of hearing people whining about his offensive line. [read more]
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Bucs news forthcoming.
Bill Belicheat said Darrelle Revis leaving for the Jets wasn’t a story. [NFL]
Browns said to help Johnny Football, they will not host “Hard Knocks.” [BSPN]
What is behind the NFL webcasting (only) the Bills-Jags game. [SI]
Van Halen comes to Tampa Sept. 13, the first Sunday of the NFL season. Son. Of. A. … [USA Today]
How the NFL stole March Madness. Hey, man. We live in a football world. Get used to it. [Wall Street Journal]
Impostor calls BSPN sports radio station in Washington claiming to be a BSPN big shot, demanding a show be canceled. And it was. For days, initial speculation was that the culprit was Bruce Allen. Yes, really. [Washington Post]
Rays to retire Don Zimmer’s number. [RaysIndex]
Joe got a chance to pepper Team Glazer with questions this evening at the Arizona Biltmore hotel in Phoenix.
Of course, Joe asked about Jameis Winston. [read more]
It just so happens, the Bucs have the No. 1 overall pick and desperately need a quarterback. [read more]
Joe enjoyed private time with Bucs general manager Jason Licht today at the NFL Owners Meetings in Phoenix. It’s always great to catch up with the GM in a relaxed setting, and Joe will share various nuggets this week.
One area Joe wanted to explore was new offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter, who could be the new savior of the franchise. [read more]
Joe knows the following will give Bucs fans such a scare and shivers up their spine, they are going to race for the nearest bottle and begin chugging, whether it is the end of the work day or not. [read more]