Tampa Bay Buccaneers (13-4-0)

    Cade Otton on His NFL Journey, Overcoming Adversity | Meet the Rookies

    Buccaneers tight end Cade Otton on his goals for his rookie season.

    Sean Murphy-Bunting Rides Rollercoasters, Feeds Giraffes at Busch Gardens | The Bay

    Cornerback Sean Murphy-Bunting and Tampa Bay Buccaneers Team Reporter Casey Phillips go to Busch Gardens on the latest episode of The Bay.

    Rachaad White on His Love for Football, Expectations for Rookie Season | Meet the Rookies

    Buccaneers running back Rachaad White on his goals for his rookie season.

    Rob Gronkowski Retires, Additional Seating to be Added in Raymond James Stadium | Bucs Beat

    Team Reporter Casey Phillips brings you the latest news from the offseason.

    Rob Gronkowski Retirement, Key Training Camp Dates | Bucs Insider

    Senior Writer/Editor Scott Smith and Team Reporter Casey Phillips report on the latest news from the 2022 offseason.

    Sneaker Shopping with Giovani Bernard | The Bay

    Get up close and person with RB Giovani Bernard as he takes us sneaker shopping at Soleciety in Tampa.

    Rookies & Second-Year Players to Buy in the AFC & NFC South

    Daniel Jeremiah is back with a new episode of Move the Sticks and is joined by NFL Media's Lance Zierlein. To start off, the guys each give a rookie and second-year player they'd buy from the AFC South teams. Next, the pair react to the news of Buccaneers tight end Rob Gronkowski retiring. Then for the rest of the show, the duo each give a rookie and second-year player they'd buy from the NFC South teams. Move the Sticks is a part of the NFL Podcasts Network. Check out our other channels: NFL Mundo https://www.youtube.com/mundonfl NFL Brasil https://www.youtube.com/c/NFLBrasilOficial NFL UK https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVe0dAja_vZCmvfHXjtdRQA NFL Fantasy Football https://www.youtube.com/nflfantasyfootball NFL Play Football https://www.youtube.com/playfootball NFL Throwback http://www.youtube.com/nflvault NFL Films http://www.youtube.com/nflfilms NFL Network http://www.youtube.com/nflnetwork

    Rob Gronkowski's Best Plays with the Buccaneers | Highlights

    Watch tight end Rob Gronkowski's best plays with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

    Rookies & Second-Year Players to Buy in the AFC & NFC South

    Daniel Jeremiah is back with a new episode of Move the Sticks and is joined by NFL Media's Lance Zierlein. To start off, the guys each give a rookie and second-year player they'd buy from the AFC South teams. Next, the pair react to the news of Buccaneers tight end Rob Gronkowski retiring. Then for the rest of the show, the duo each give a rookie and second-year player they'd buy from the NFC South teams. Move the Sticks is a part of the NFL Podcasts Network. Check out our other channels: NFL Mundo https://www.youtube.com/mundonfl NFL Brasil https://www.youtube.com/c/NFLBrasilOficial NFL UK https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVe0dAja_vZCmvfHXjtdRQA NFL Fantasy Football https://www.youtube.com/nflfantasyfootball NFL Play Football https://www.youtube.com/playfootball NFL Throwback http://www.youtube.com/nflvault NFL Films http://www.youtube.com/nflfilms NFL Network http://www.youtube.com/nflnetwork

    Thank You, Gronk

    Rob Gronkowski announced his retirement following 11 seasons in the NFL, the last two being with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

    Luke Goedeke on His Journey to the NFL, Goals for Rookie Season | Meet the Rookies

    Buccaneers offensive lineman Luke Goedeke on his goals for his rookie season.

    Below the Surface | Episode 5 | Tom Brady and the Bucs Prepare for 2022 Season

    In episode 5 of Below the Surface "Focus on the Details", Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers prepare for the 2022 season with head coach Todd Bowles.

    Watch: Bucs Host Eighth Annual Cut and Color For a Cure

    The Tampa Buccaneers took part in the eighth annual "Cut and Color For a Cure" Challenge, benefitting the Pediactric Cancer Foundation.

    Expectations for Offense in 2022, Training Camp Battles | Bucs Insider

    Senior Writer/Editor Scott Smith and Team Reporter Casey Phillips report on the latest news from the 2022 offseason.

    Bucs Rookies Visit MacDill Air Force Base

    Watch the Bucs rookies during their visit to MacDill Air Force base in Tampa.

    Bruce Arians on Possible Trade for Deshaun Watson: ‘Strictly Organizational Sign-Off’

    Arians: “It would strictly be organizational sign-off.”View the original article to see embedded media.As Tampa Bay moves forward following Tom Brady's recent NFL retirement, Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians has been left with the task of finding the next signal caller to lead the franchise.When asked if the team would consider trading for Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson on Tuesday, Arians told reporters that decision would be made solely by the organization. “It would strictly be organizational sign-off,” Arians said.

    Bruce Arians, Jason Licht Address Potential for a Tom Brady Comeback

    Amid discussions that Brady’s retirement could be short lived, Tampa Bay’s coach and GM discussed where things stand.Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians doesn’t believe that Tom Brady is going to end his retirement ahead of the 2022 season, based on discussions the two have had.

    Bucs Pro Bowl G Ali Marpet Announces Retirement After Seven Seasons

    Marpet, 28, earned his first career Pro Bowl nod in 2021.View the original article to see embedded media.Less than a month after appearing in his first Pro Bowl, Buccaneers offensive lineman Ali Marpet announced his retirement from the NFL after seven seasons.Marpet, 28, shared the stunning announcement on Instagram Sunday afternoon. View the original article to see embedded media.“After seven formidable years with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, I’ve come to the decision to retire from the game that has given me so much,” Marpet wrote.

    Report: Buccaneers Will Be Home Team in NFL’s First Ever Game in Germany

    The Buccaneers are reportedly hosting to the NFL’s first game in Munich, Germany.View the original article to see embedded media.The Buccaneers are headed overseas in 2022.Ben Fischer of Sports Business Journal reported that the Buccaneers will be the home team in the NFL’s first ever game in Germany this season.The NFL already announced this game will take place at the home of FC Bayern Munich, Allianz Arena, in Munich.

    How Aaron Rodgers' 2022 Team Affects NFL Futures Betting

    Aaron Rodgers' future is yet again uncertain.

    There's a Chance Blaine Gabbert Will Become the New Starting QB for the Buccaneers

    The quarterback is scheduled to be an unrestricted free agent.View the original article to see embedded media.The post–Tom Brady era is underway in Tampa, and the Buccaneers may look to an unlikely quarterback to replace the seven-time Super Bowl champion.

    Sources: Aspects of Buccaneers Program Frustrated Tom Brady

    It's unclear what exactly frustrated him about his new organization after leaving the Patriots.View the original article to see embedded media.Tom Brady’s stint in Tampa seemed like a match made in heaven for much of the last two years, and it did result in a Super Bowl victory in his first season with the Buccaneers.

    Report: Deshaun Watson Has Two Teams on His Radar Heading Into 2022 Season

    The Texans’ quarterback did not play in 2021, as he faces extensive legal trouble—22 active civil lawsuits and reportedly 10 criminal complaints.Editor’s note: This story contains alleged accounts of sexual assault.

    Boomer Esiason Shares Why He Thinks Tom Brady Will Return to NFL

    Esiason: “I think he is coming back.”Since Tom Brady officially announced his NFL retirement two weeks ago, the rumors that the seven-time Super Bowl champion will return to the gridiron are still running rampant. CBS Sports football analyst Boomer Esiason is the latest to believe that Brady's recent retirement is not the end of his noteworthy career.

    Tom Brady Doesn’t Rule Out Eventual NFL Return: ‘Never Say Never’

    Tom Brady didn’t slam the door shut on the NFL in his first public comments since retiring.Tom Brady spoke publicly for the first time on Monday since announcing his retirement from the NFL six days ago.In his weekly appearance on his Let's Go podcast with Larry Fitzgerald and Jim Gray, the seven-time Super Bowl champ shared what went into his decision to retire.

    Report: Byron Leftwich to Remove Name From Jags Head Coaching Search

    The Buccaneers offensive coordinator won’t be in consideration to take over for Urban Meyer in Jacksonville.View the original article to see embedded media.The Jaguars are in the middle of a head coaching search to permanently replace former head coach Urban Meyer, who was fired in mid-December after less than a season of tumult.And now, Jacksonville will have to proceed with its coaching search without one of its top candidates.Bucs offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich is expected to remove his name from consideration for the vacant Jaguars head coaching job, per Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times.Stroud added that former Raiders interim head coach Rich Bisaccia and former Eagles head coach Doug Pederson remain as strong candidates to take the job.It has been rumored that Leftwich was Jacksonville’s top choice to become their new head coach, and there’s no question as to why that was the case.His offense, led by Tom Brady, was one of the top units in the NFL over the last two seasons, which resulted in multiple playoff runs and a Super Bowl LV victory.Despite Leftwich removing himself from head coaching consideration, Jacksonville still has some upside as a coaching landing spot, as the team is armed with a young quarterback in Trevor Lawrence, the top pick in this April’s draft and over $70 million worth of cap space.More NFL Coverage:Examining Brian Flores's Lawsuit Against the NFLDolphins Owner Calls Brian Flores Allegations 'False'Report: Networks Reach Out to Brady for Broadcasting JobsJaguar Report: Reports: 'Momentum Building' for Rick Spielman to Find a Role in Jaguars Front OfficeFor more coverage of the Jaguars, visit Jaguar Report..

    Bucs GM Jason Licht Prepared to ‘Go Down Every Avenue’ to Replace Tom Brady

    Jason Licht is leaving no stone unturned as Tampa looks for Tom Brady’s replacement.Goodbye to the Greatest Player in the History of Football (TV-PG; 0:20) Tom Brady officially announced his retirement on Tuesday, leaving the Buccaneers with a glaring hole at quarterback moving forward.

    Antonio Brown Shares Instagram Post Following Tom Brady’s Retirement Announcement

    Brady’s former teammate offered his congratulations on the quarterback’s retirement announcement: “I’m forever grateful for the opportunity to play with you.”View the original article to see embedded media.NFL players around the league offered their congratulations following Tom Brady’s retirement announcement on Tuesday.

    Eli Manning Congratulates Tom Brady on NFL Retirement

    Manning; “I mean, really, no one did it better than you in your time.

    Tom Brady Announces Retirement After 22 Years in NFL: Sports Illustrated’s Complete Coverage

    Our look back at the GOAT's historic career and reaction and analysis from his retirement announcement.Goodbye to the Greatest Player in the History of Football (TV-PG; 0:20) Tom Brady announced his retirement from the NFL on Tuesday via his Instagram account after 22 seasons, seven Super Bowl titles and three MVP awards.The announcement ended a weekend full of speculation after ESPN's Adam Schefter and Jeff Darlington first reported the move. “I have always believed the sport of football is an 'all-in' proposition—if a 100% competitive commitment isn't there, you won't succeed, and success is what I love so much about our game,” the 44-year-old Brady wrote.

    Bruce Arians, Buccaneers Congratulate Tom Brady on Retirement

    Tampa’s head coach released a statement Tuesday after Tom Brady ended his NFL career after 22 seasons.Tom Bray officially announced his retirement Tuesday, exiting the NFL with seven Super Bowl rings in 22 seasons. Brady captured his first six championships with the Patriots before leading the Buccaneers to a win over the Chiefs in Super Bowl LV last season.

    Who the Buccaneers Have at Quarterback Following Tom Brady’s Retirement

    Here's who else was on the team's roster last season.View the original article to see embedded media.Tom Brady officially announced his retirement from the NFL on Tuesday, concluding a 22-year career that saw him win a record seven Super Bowl championships. Brady thanked various members of the Buccaneers organization, including teammates, coach Bruce Arians, general manager Jason Licht, ownership and the city of Tampa in the statement he released Tuesday."I am so proud of what we have achieved.

    Can Teams Replicate What Tom Brady Brought to the NFL? They Will Certainly Try

    Teams, owners, scouts and executives will try to implement what the NFL’s greatest player brought to the league, but Tom Brady’s retirement will still leave a lasting void.Goodbye to the Greatest Player in the History of Football (TV-PG; 0:20) What happens to a sport when its greatest player retires? For athletes who leave the game, the cruel realities of their current situations set in.

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