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BREAKING: Bucs’ Greg Schiano and Mark Dominik Fired

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have fired head coach Greg Schiano and general manager Mark Dominik, the team announced Monday shortly before noon. “The results over the past two years have not lived up to our standards and we believe

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Bucs’ McCoy Responds to Sapp’s Challenge With Second Pro Bowl Honor

Last year, it seemed as if everything was finally falling into place for Bucs defensive tackle Gerald McCoy. The 2010 third-overall draft pick finally finished a full season, injury free, and made the Pro Bowl for the first time. But soon-to-be-inducted Hall

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Roy Cummings On The Bucs’ “Playoff Game”

The Tampa Tribune beat writer previews the Bucs finale against the Saints

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Report: Bucs’ Nicks Suffering from Nerve Damage

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers may have thought the MRSA outbreak was behind the organization, but a recent report from FOX Sports’ Mike Garafalo suggests otherwise. Pro Bowl left guard Carl Nicks continues to suffer from issues in his foot

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Mark Barron Out vs the Rams, Masifilo Promoted

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will not only be without backup defensive end Da’Quan Bowers Sunday against the  Rams, but also starting strong safety Mark Barron, who did not make the trip to St. Louis. Barron was limited all week

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Roy Cummings Discusses Future Of Buccaneers, Schiano

Does Schiano deserve one more year as head coach? Roy weighs in

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Jim Leavitt Discusses 49ers, Buccaneers, USF

The 49ers LB coach and former USF head coach joined the Whit-Man

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Mike Alstott Discusses Buccaneers, Schiano

The former Bucs great gives praise to Schiano and also talks about the Beef O' Brady's Bowl

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Bills LB Nigel Bradham Discusses Buccaneers, Glennon

The FSU grad also talks about Jameis Winston

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One-on-one with Bucs safety Mark Barron

The last time the Tampa Bay Buccaneers faced the Carolina Panthers, they were a hapless 0-7 football team sitting in the cellar of the NFC South. Since then, they’ve managed three straight wins and will try to make it four-in-a-row when travel