Todd Bowles May Let The Music Play

August 1st, 2022

The silence at One Buc Palace, a trademark of the Bucco Bruce Arians regime, may not continue this summer.

Arians didn’t believe in music in practice, which is typical at most training camps across the NFL.

So far with Todd Bowles, it’s been quiet at minicamp and training camp. Joe asked Bowles today if he’s a no-music guy. The head coach said he’s had practice music with previous teams and he’s open to adding it.

Donovan Smith has been the only player lobbying to add spice to the practice scene, Bowles said. Joe’s heard Smith’s music in the locker room. Smith isn’t looking for smooth jazz.

“We’ll work out some kind of deal,” Bowles said.

17 Responses to “Todd Bowles May Let The Music Play”

  1. D-Rok Says:

    Good, cuz according to Ira, Lawrence Welk wasn’t going to be very well received.

  2. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    With or without it…they are there to work. Arian’s way worked.

  3. AbucAway Says:

    Tech Nine would be my choice. I dont keep up with today’s goods so can’t imagine what DSmith would miss blocks listening to.

  4. 1sparkybuc Says:

    Gronk is retired from August in Florida. Who can blame him?

  5. NCBucfan Says:


    Agreed! Get that Strange playing

  6. BucBoy Says:

    Vivace classical music should be played. Mozart concertos etc. Not noise from the hood.

  7. GOB Says:

    So long as it isn’t the horrible Bon Jovi music that Bill always cranked up, I’m all for it. Beavis and Butt-Head aptly described it as wuss music.

  8. GOB Says:

    The only music that should play at practice, is the NFL films tunes. The autumn wind, and such. “The autumn wind is a pirate, blustering in from sea, with a rollicking song he sweeps along”

  9. GOB Says:

    What poetry

  10. Rod Munch Says:

    They should play C&C Music Factory and Marky Mark on an endless loop – except for if they do something special in practice, like a kicker makes a 70-field goal or something, then they can work in some Paula Abdul.

  11. DoooshLaRue Says:

    Loser by Beck for DD!

  12. geno711 Says:

    GOB, I am with you on the NFL film music.

    I play in a few different music groups and unfortunately haven’t got anyone to agree to play with me yet on a good arrangement of “Roundup” by Sam Spence.

  13. RPK Says:

    Scientific studies overwhelming show music improving athletic performance

  14. Goodbuc'nlife Says:

    @buc boy…you sound like a moron. You must have never played organized sports in your life. I won’t even give you the glory you are so vehemently seeking by repeating the trash that you typed but, I will say this…ALL music is an expression of art. When I played football and ran track at St. Pete’s finest, Northeast Highschool, I routinely listened to music (not called classical) to get pumped for my games and or track events. Such a shame. You speak quietly but yet so loud. Todd Bowles, blast the tunes and fellas ball out. By the way Buc boy, I’m a life long, die hard BUC fan. A true BUC fan born and raised across the Howard Franklin…in the hood. Go BUCS!!!!

  15. William Walls Says:

    Cue up some Skinny Puppy.

  16. Brazen Zebra Says:

    2 Legit, 2 Legit 2 Quit!! I remember that use to be the Falcons theme song back when Deion was the real Neon. I can still see him bust a move on the sidelines. But then you got to mix it up some. How bout makin Licht happy, and playin AC/DC, Thunderstruck! uh-wah-uh-wah-wah-uh-wah-wah, Thunder!! I think Thunderstruck would be a great fire-up tune to play right before game time. Get everybody’s juices flowin!

  17. TampabayDJ82 Says:

    @GoodBuc’nlife – Agree 💯 ! I also went to North East High and grew up in Childs Park . “HOOD MUSIC” ?? WTF is wrong with that dude 😎 ? He must have never been to a Bucs game cuz that’s all they play when the players are warming up before the game. He’s that dude that was in Band practice while we were in football practice ! LMFAO … Go Bucs