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After the Tampa Bay Buccaneers concluded their first day of minicamp, coach Lovie Smith was in a good mood. He told the media that he was impressed with what he saw. Lovie Smith: It’s voluntary work but if you
Now that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are led by Lovie Smith, Akeem Spence, among other players, are saying that they are excited for this new era in Tampa Bay. Spence said today that it doesn’t feel like a job
Before Tuesday’s minicamp for the Bucs, Louis Murphy told media that he is looking forward to getting out on the field. As a St. Petersburg native, he says he’s happy to be home.
Before the start of Tuesday’s minicamp for the Bucs, Gerald McCoy said that he’s looking forward to getting out on the field. He said that this time of year is great for the team since there are so many
Four good reasons why divisions have become outdated in college football and the advantages of doing away with them.
Tuesday marks the start of minicamp for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and guard Carl Nicks is overcoming an injury caused by a staph infection last season. He says that he is not yet at 100%.
Former Alabama QB A.J. McCarron is making his way around the AFC North with visits to Cleveland and Baltimore. Mini AFC-North tour: Alabama QB A.J. McCarron visiting Browns in Cleveland today, then scheduled to visit Ravens in Baltimore on
Tuesday marks the very first day of minicamp for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who are in transition mode as they find answers to some significant questions. This minicamp will last three days and there are still some open roster
The NFL has continued to push back the announcement of the 2014 regular-season schedule. But today, the league is announcing something different. According to Pro Football Talk, at 7:00 p.m. ET, the NFL will unveil the players who will attend
We figured that Darrelle Revis was in Foxboro by now, but sources have confirmed that he was at the New England Patriots’ offseason workout Monday. According to NESN, players cannot take the field until May 5th. Revis does not