It is official: Derrick Brooks is going to Canton. The former Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebacker announced on Twitter just after 6:00 Saturday night that he was among the five modern-day candidates elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The
On Saturday, former Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Indianapolis Colts head coach Tony Dungy gets his first shot at the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He’ll be pitted against 16 other nominees, including three of his former players, Derrick Brooks,
It would be downright impossible to rewrite the history of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers without including Derrick Brooks. The undersized linebacker hailing from Pensacola, Florida, who never played a down of football for any team outside the state, helped fortify the Bucs into
According to NBC Sports, former Tampa Bay Buccaneer coach Tony Dungy and a man he coached, linebacker Derrick Brooks are first-time semifinalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2014. Another Dungy coached star is also on the list and
Katherine Smith of Bright House Sports Network shared her stories in dealing with Sapp including a side of Sapp most never saw
Ryan Bass of Bright House Sports will be filling in for Charlie who is on vacation and he'll be talking plenty of Sapp
Debuting Friday at 8 p.m. ET, The Road to Canton – Warren Sapp: Relentless chronicles the life of Warren Sapp. The one-hour special features footage of Sapp’s undeniable talent as a high school standout, his transformation at the University of
As if the on-going feud between Warren Sapp and Michael Strahan needed any more fuel, Strahan’s former teammate Tiki Barber had some choice things to say about Sapp at a golf outing Monday. “Warren’s an idiot,” Barber said to the New
How does Barber stack up against the other great cornerbacks of his generation?
The Ravens safety added the one thing missing from his all-time great resume: A Super Bowl ring.