John Lynch became the ninth member inducted into the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Ring of Honor Friday afternoon, and he couldn't ask for anything more.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will induct safety John Lynch, who spent 11 seasons with the team, into their Ring of Honor during the 2016 season.
The Bucs have hired four new assistant coaches, including a new special teams coordinator, linebackers coach, defensive line coach and defensive backs coach.
The USF women's basketball team still hasn't found the formula against the Huskies, as their defeat Sunday means they're now 0-18 in the all-time series.
Ken Griffey Jr. was nearly a unanimous choice garnering all but three votes. He and Mike Piazza are the only two members voted in by the BBWAA.
The Buccaneers have two players voted to represent them at the Pro Bowl, including running back Doug Martin and defensive tackle Gerald McCoy.
The Bucs had a chance to show the nation they were ready to get over the hump and be a playoff team, but they failed to do so, losing to the St. Louis Rams.
The Bucs enter tonight knowing they can't afford another loss if they plan on making it into playoffs, and they'll have to do it with the nation watching.
The Bucs take the field against the New Orleans Saints in Week 14 looking to sweep both them and Atlanta in a season for the first time since 2007.
The Buccaneers are looking to sweep the division-rival Falcons in a season for the first time since 2007, but they need to be on top of their game to do so.
The Bucs are hoping to extend their winning streak to three games and move closer to a playoff spot when they face another 5-5 team in Indianapolis Sunday.
When the Bucs take on the Eagles, they'll be looking to snap a three-game skid against Philadelphia and win consecutive games for the first time since 2013.