When America’s Quarterback, Pro Bowler Jameis Winston, is on a football field (practice, stadium, it doesn’t matter), he is one happy dude. [read more]
Gerald McCoy is 28.
He is about to enter his seventh season in the NFL, all with the Bucs. But GMC let a fact out yesterday that makes him seem like an old man (by NFL standards) and illustrates the futility of the Bucs throughout his career. [read more]
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Are Rex Ryan’s days numbered already in Buffalo? [TheBigLead]
Accused child-killer Casey Anthony — who always reminded Joe of a crazy version of Jenn Sterger — has a unique way to help pay off the balance of her legal fees. [New York Post]
Les Snead admits he shat the bed trading for Nick Foles. [NFL]
Zika is here! [ABC News]
Mark Davis: If Vegas comes through, we’re moving to Sin City. [BSPN]
Hillary’s planned offensive on Donald Trump. [CNN]
A flop on the mound. [JoeRaysFan]
It was a rough afternoon for the Tampa Bay region at the NFL Owners Meetings in Charlotte. [read more]
Joe really didn’t mean to get under left tackle Donovan Smith’s skin today. [read more]
If fans come out to morning practices for training camp, don’t be shocked if you see the Bucs practicing without helmets. [read more]
Two of the last three Bucs head coaches were big proponents of using the Florida heat to their advantage.
Problem was, Dirk Koetter believes, preparing for gametime in the gametime heat is a disadvantage. [read more]
It’s May. It’s underwear football. So he does Dirk Koetter evaluate the progress of his giant stable of second-year players? [read more]
Get ready to call in to work late, or mow down a weekend breakfast at One Buc Palace this summer. [read more]
Head coach Dirk Koetter tipped a cap to his defensive capitalizing on offensive mistakes this afternoon.
Koetter liked picks by Kwon Alexander and Brent Grimes. [read more]
It’s not easy finding a legitimate NFL analyst who thinks the Bucs will lose more than they win this season.
And another big name has weighed in. [read more]
NFL owners are convening in Charlotte this week for meetings, and among many other boring items on the agenda, is awarding future Super Bowl sites, specifically Super Bowls in February of 2019, 2020 and 2021. [read more]
Almost meaningless underwear football season is in full swing at One Buc Palace, but the good stuff really heats up this morning. [read more]