A Few Photos Of Clearwater’s Buccaneer Field

June 6th, 2013

Joe snapped a few photos between raindrops of Bucs mingling with Clearwater youngsters at the ribbon-cutting of the new Tampa Bay Buccaneers Field, located in the Greenwood neighborhood of Clearwater next to Jack Russell Stadium.

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Bucs co-chairman Bryan Glazer and Josh Freeman share a laugh with some Greenwood neighborhood youngsters at the ribbon-cutting of Tampa Bay Buccaneers Field in Clearwater adjacent to Jack Russell Stadium.

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Leonard Johnson, who grew up just one block from the new Tampa Bay Buccaneers Field in Clearwater, was all smiles for the jewel of his neighborhood Wednesday.

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Bucs center Jeremy Zuttah gives a youngster some one-on-one tips as he and a few Bucs worked out with NFL hopefuls at the new Tampa Bay Buccaneers Field in Clearwater.

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Bucs left tackle Donald Penn offers encouragement to a young football player running through the ropes, working on his footwork at the new Tampa Bay Buccaneers Field Wednesday.

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Bucs quarterback Josh Freeman keeps a close eye as a young football player jogs through dummies at the new Tampa Bay Buccaneers Field in Clearwater.

18 Responses to “A Few Photos Of Clearwater’s Buccaneer Field”

  1. Terraj Says:

    Im proud of Josh. He doesnt look drunk out of his mind like he was at the two charity events I saw him at the past couple months.

  2. RachelWatson'sthong Says:

    For reals Terraj? Man, i hope that’s a joke. I did hear Josh was running a “How to throw worm burners”, clinic. See now that’s a joke. Kinda

  3. teacherman777 Says:

    I used to live near this neighborhood near downtown.

    I am so happy to see this happen.

    Thx for the good news Joe. You may be a tough guy, but its clear you still have a soft spot in your heart. Respect.

    I am living abroad right now, but I cant wait to return and get involved in this project.

    Anyone interested should check out a new book out called “InsideOut Coaching” by Joe Erhman. He spoke at last years’ Senior Bowl.

    I am reading it now, and I must say, it is a LIFE-CHANGING read, and his ideas about sports, culture, and Life can change the world.

    Big ups to all the POSITIVE PEOPLE out there making things better.

    @#29- Leonard Johnson- I got love for ya bruh.

    Go Bucs!!

  4. Terraj Says:

    Rachelwatsonsthong….not a joke. I wish it was. At a golf event a couple months ago and then the hard rock a few weeks ago. Im not talking a drink in his hand, smiling and laughing. Im talking about drunk stumbling with that lost, drunk look on his face. You’d think a guy in his contract year with the weight of a professional franchise on his back he might straighten up but apparently not. I’ve said it before, he’s just not that smart of a guy.

  5. BucSnob Says:

    It’s funny you say that T because every time I’ve run into him in South Tampa, Best Buy, and other events he’s perfectly normal. Sounds like you already have a biased opinion that’s impacting the truth.

  6. WestCoastBucsFan Says:


    And you think this is something that might have caught a reporter’s eye?

    If this were even remotely true then it would be all over the internet and make national head`lines. Come on, a franchise quarterback shows up to a charity event drunk off his ass? No way something like that gets overlooked.

  7. WestCoastBucsFan Says:

    It was the word “head_lines”. Come on Joe, what is up with ordinary words stopping your comment from posting? (But not the word ass.)

    I know for a fact now that “ja_y” and “head_lines” without the underscore are banned. This makes absolutely no sense.

  8. Vern4499 Says:


    If that’s even true?!?! Who cares? He’s an adult. Football
    Players aren’t aloud to drink? And it’s the offseason. I love it how people think athletes aren’t real people. And WestCoast is dead on. I can’t see that happening and Joe not finding out.

  9. SirustheVirus Says:

    Yes and I saw Josh smoking crack!! That’s how he lost the wait lol

  10. Pete 422 Says:

    I love how the Bucs are getting more involved in the community. It’s been years since I’ve seen this many players out in the Tampa Bay Area.

  11. SirustheVirus Says:


  12. robert Says:

    yeah, I bet jfro was there for new customers.

    probly slinging a few oz’s…..dudes gotta sling something cause he cant sling a football!

  13. Couch Fan Says:

    I grew up just outside of greenwood and use to go there on a daily basis. Good for them. A lot of talented kids there that just need a chance and a way.

  14. tonytwocents Says:

    how old are you robert? you gotta be a kid….or else youre just one lame ass man-child.

    freeman is out there working with kids, these are moments they’ll remember for the rest of their lives. and the best thing you can contribute is a failed joke trying to diss the man. youre sad, little man.

  15. robert Says:


    it’s you’re……..

    this is part of his job. he signed up for it. you want me to give him a medal?

    don’t think for one moment it’s not MANDATORY for him to attend a certain amount of these functions. whether it’s in a contract or not. He has to be there, so go cry somewhere else.

  16. WestCoastBucsFan Says:

    ^^How can things not in a contract be mandatory? What? Are they going to fire him? They can’t dock his pay if it’s not in writing. If it really is mandatory then where the hell is the rest of the team?

  17. Patrick Says:

    YEAH and I saw Josh tripping on acid too! He’s a day tripper!

  18. scubog Says:

    Unbelievable what gets written here. Perhaps Terraj, who apparently is stalking # 5, is the one who had a few too many at Hard Rock and mistook a wanabee Michael Jackson impersonator as Josh Freeman.