This week has seen plenty of changes to the Pro Bowl roster because the Super Bowl takes
Tampa Bay Buccaneers weakside linebacker Lavonte David was slowly drifting off to sleep Friday afternoon when something told him to check his Twitter feed. It was blowing up. “I had like 50-something mentions,” David said, all of them congratulating him and
The Bucs will be represented at the Pro Bowl this year but without arguably the team’s best player on defense in Lavonte David.
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
NFL fans cast 80,272,816 votes to help determine the 2014 Pro Bowl players, a 16.4 percent increase from last season, NFL.com announced today. Denver Broncos quarterback PEYTON MANNING received 1,432,257 fan votes to lead all NFL players in balloting