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  • • Bruce Arians vows to appeal $50,000 fine for striking Andrew Adams
    The NFL has fined Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians $50,000 for slapping the helmet of, and throwing an elbow at, safety Andrew Adams during Sunday’s playoff win over the Eagles. Meeting with reporters on Wednesday, Arians vowed to appeal the fine. “It ain’t go nothing to do with the game,” Arians added, via Rick Stroud of [more]...2022
  • • Bruce Arians vows to appeal $50,000 for striking Andrew Adams
    The NFL has fined Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians $50,000 for slapping the helmet of, and throwing an elbow at, safety Andrew Adams during Sunday’s playoff win over the Eagles. Meeting with reporters on Wednesday, Arians vowed to appeal the fine. “It ain’t go nothing to do with the game,” Arians added, via Rick Stroud of [more]...2022
  • • Bruce Arians has no regrets for whacking Andrew Adams
    Sunday’s game between the Eagles and Buccaneers included a moment when Tampa Bay coach Bruce Arians went after safety Andrew Adams, slapping him in the helmet and following through with an elbow. Arians, who told Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times after Sunday’s post-game press conference that the head coach was trying to stop [more]...2022
  • • Bucs QB coach says he’ll be thinking, Is this the last time we’re going to see Tom Brady?
    Tom Brady has given no indication that he’s thinking about retiring after this postseason. But Buccaneers quarterbacks coach Clyde Christensen is thinking about it. Christensen told Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times that it’s hard not to think about the possibility that the most accomplished player in NFL history could choose to walk away. [more]...2022
  • • Lawyer complains Buccaneers released Antonio Brown too early
    Antonio Brown got what he wanted. Unless he didn’t. The Buccaneers released Brown on Thursday, after Brown and his lawyer lobbied aggressively for that outcome. For example, they complained on social media that he’d been “caged.” Now? Brown’s lawyer is complaining that the team released him too early. Via Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay [more]...2022
  • • No Antonio Brown at Buccaneers practice
    Antonio Brown continues to be on the Buccaneers roster. However, he’s not currently at work. Via Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times, Brown is not present at Wednesday’s practice. It’s the first official work day since Sunday’s win over the Jets, which was followed by coach Bruce Arians explaining that Brown is no longer [more]...2022
  • • Report: Outside surgeon confirms lingering ankle injury for Antonio Brown
    One of the lingering mysteries regarding the Antonio Brown situation is whether he refused to re-enter Sunday’s game against the Jets due to a lingering ankle injury. Via Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times, Brown indeed has a lingering ankle injury. Stroud reports that Brown visited with a “top surgeon” outside the team, and [more]...2022
  • • Mike Evans caught some passes at Bucs facility Thursday
    Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans has started taking steps back toward the team’s lineup. Evans was out with a hamstring injury last week and then went on the COVID-19 reserve list, but Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports that he was at the team’s facility on Thursday. Evans caught some passes from practice [more]...2021
  • • Bucs putting cornerback Jamel Dean on COVID-19 reserve
    The Buccaneers have had a hard time keeping their cornerbacks healthy all season, and now they’re losing starting cornerback Jamel Dean for some period of time. Dean is going on the COVID-19 reserve list, according to Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times. The Bucs have said their roster is 100 percent vaccinated, and they [more]...2021
  • • Jaguars request permission to interview Byron Leftwich, Todd Bowles
    Back in 2003, the Jaguars selected quarterback Byron Leftwich at No. 7 overall. He played four seasons for Jacksonville before he lost a quarterback competition to David Gerrard in 2007. Now Leftwich could be the Jaguars’ next head coach. According to Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times, the Jaguars have requested permission to interview [more]...2021

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Rick Stroud injury and suspension

  • • Bruce Arians vows to appeal $50,000 fine for striking Andrew Adams
    The NFL has fined Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians $50,000 for slapping the helmet of, and throwing an elbow at, safety Andrew Adams during Sunday’s playoff win over the Eagles. Meeting with reporters on Wednesday, Arians vowed to appeal the fine. “It ain’t go nothing to do with the game,” Arians added, via Rick Stroud of [more]...2022
  • • Bruce Arians vows to appeal $50,000 for striking Andrew Adams
    The NFL has fined Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians $50,000 for slapping the helmet of, and throwing an elbow at, safety Andrew Adams during Sunday’s playoff win over the Eagles. Meeting with reporters on Wednesday, Arians vowed to appeal the fine. “It ain’t go nothing to do with the game,” Arians added, via Rick Stroud of [more]...2022
  • • Bruce Arians has no regrets for whacking Andrew Adams
    Sunday’s game between the Eagles and Buccaneers included a moment when Tampa Bay coach Bruce Arians went after safety Andrew Adams, slapping him in the helmet and following through with an elbow. Arians, who told Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times after Sunday’s post-game press conference that the head coach was trying to stop [more]...2022
  • • Report: Outside surgeon confirms lingering ankle injury for Antonio Brown
    One of the lingering mysteries regarding the Antonio Brown situation is whether he refused to re-enter Sunday’s game against the Jets due to a lingering ankle injury. Via Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times, Brown indeed has a lingering ankle injury. Stroud reports that Brown visited with a “top surgeon” outside the team, and [more]...2022
  • • Mike Evans caught some passes at Bucs facility Thursday
    Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans has started taking steps back toward the team’s lineup. Evans was out with a hamstring injury last week and then went on the COVID-19 reserve list, but Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports that he was at the team’s facility on Thursday. Evans caught some passes from practice [more]...2021
  • • The stories of Antonio Brown, Mike Edwards, and John Franklin III “unraveled” under scrutiny
    On Thursday, the NFL announced three-game suspensions of Buccaneers receiver Antonio Brown, Buccaneers safety Mike Edwards, and free-agent receiver John Hamilton III. The man who first broke the story of fake vaccination cards in Tampa explains how the league concluded that this trio was misrepresenting their vaccination status. According to Rick Stroud of the Tampa [more]...2021
  • • Bruce Arians on future of Antonio Brown, Mike Edwards: “Nothing has been decided”
    Maybe the Buccaneers will be releasing Antonio Brown and Mike Edwards, after all. Coach Bruce Arians told reporters on Friday that “nothing has been decided” regarding the two players who have been suspended three games each for lying about their vaccination status, via Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times. In October 2020, Arians said [more]...2021
  • • Antonio Brown remains out indefinitely with sprained ankle
    Buccaneers receiver Antonio Brown missed the Week Six romp over the Bears with an ankle injury. He’ll likely continue to miss time. Via Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times, coach Bruce Arians told reporters that Browns is dealing with an ankle sprain, but that “it’s around his heel.” Arians added that, as characterized by [more]...2021
  • • Report: Tom Brady had surgery to a partially torn MCL
    Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady called his offseason knee surgery “pretty serious” and that his knee had bothered him for some time without revealing the specific nature of the injury. Thursday brings word on that front. Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports that Brady had a partially torn medial collateral ligament. Brady said the [more]...2021
  • • New report says Tom Brady had fully torn MCL
    It took months for details about the nature of Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady‘s knee injury to come to light, but they are now coming quickly. Shortly after Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reported that Brady needed to have surgery to repair a partially torn MCL, Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reported that Brady’s [more]...2021

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Rick Stroud lifestyle

  • • Tom Brady renting Derek Jeter’s mansion in Tampa
    Tom Brady probably is not going to make any permanent moves to the Tampa area after signing a two-year contract with the Buccaneers, but the four-time Super Bowl MVP appears to have found himself the perfect property to occupy while playing for his new team. Tampa radio host JP Peterson shared a photo on Wednesday that claimed to show Brady standing in the driveway of the mansion he has rented, wh...2020
  • • NFL, Team Officials: Jameis Winston Needs a 'Handler,' No Matter What Bucs Say
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Rick Stroud trade, contract, salary rumors

  • • Bucs restructure Mike Evans’ contract
    The Buccaneers will have some more salary cap room at their disposal for the 2021 regular season. Heading into Tuesday, word was that the team and wide receiver Mike Evans were working to restructure his contract. Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports that the work is done and that Evans is set to [more]...2021
  • • Bucs sign first-round pick Joe Tryon
    The Buccaneers’ first-round draft pick is under contract. Outside linebacker Joe Tryon, the 32nd overall pick in the 2021 NFL draft, has signed his rookie contract, according to Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times. It’s a four-year deal worth $11.17 million fully guaranteed, with a signing bonus of $5.48 million and a fifth-year option [more]...2021
  • • Buccaneers sign Kyle Trask
    The Buccaneers had Tom Brady on the field for Tuesday’s minicamp practice and they took care of some business with one of his backups as well. Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports that the team has signed second-round pick Kyle Trask. It’s a four-year deal worth over $5.5 million for the former Florida [more]...2021
  • • Former Bills, Bucs linebacker Eugene Marve dies at 60
    Former NFL linebacker Eugene Marve died Monday after a short hospital stay for an undisclosed medical condition, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Marve was 60. He became the first player from Saginaw Valley State drafted into the NFL. The Bills made Marve a third-round choice in 1982, and he played six seasons [more]...2021
  • • Antonio Brown signs with Buccaneers
    The deal is now done: Buccaneers wide receiver Antonio Brown has signed on the dotted line and will play in Tampa Bay in 2021. Brown, the wide receiver who agreed to terms with the Buccaneers last month, has now officially signed his contract, according to Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times. Some questions were [more]...2021
  • • Gerald McCoy: I know I can still play this game at a high level
    Gerald McCoy wants to keep playing, but to keep playing, the defensive tackle has to find a team to want him. McCoy’s agent, Ben Dogra, told Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times that a few teams are keeping a close eye on McCoy’s rehab. Dogra doesn’t expect McCoy to get an offer until after [more]...2021
  • • Bucs keep another free agent, giving Ryan Succop a three-year deal
    The Bucs are doing their best to keep the entire band together. Kicker Ryan Succop is the latest to agree to return to Tampa. He will sign a three-year, $12 million deal with $6.25 million guaranteed, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Succop, 34, will see $8.25 million over the first two years. [more]...2021
  • • Report: Jets trade Steve McLendon to Bucs
    The Buccaneers just finished off the Packers, but they weren’t finished with their work for the night. The Bucs agreed to terms on a trade with Jets for nose tackle Steve McLendon, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports. It is a rare game-day trade. Thus, it could be an awkward plane ride home [more]...2020
  • • Bucs agree to terms with Kyle Love
    The Buccaneers are signing another former Patriot. They agreed to terms with defensive lineman Kyle Love on Saturday, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Love, 33, spent the past six seasons as a backup in Carolina. He made 9.5 sacks for the Panthers. He entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent out [more]...2020
  • • Bucs agree to terms with first-rounder Tristan Wirfs, wrap up class
    The Buccaneers have agreed to terms with first-round draft choice Tristan Wirfs. The Iowa offensive lineman will receive a fully guaranteed, four-year, $16.23 million deal, Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports. The Bucs have agreed to terms with all seven choices, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports. The team also reached agreement with [more]...2020

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  • • Bruce Arians tells Bucs they’re in their playoffs right now
    The chance is small, and doesn’t rely only on their own results. But as long as the Buccaneers have a chance, coach Bruce Arians is going to sell hope. “We talked about it this morning,’’ Arians said, via Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times. “You know, if you want to feel what the playoffs [more]...2019
  • • Bucs to franchise tag Donovan Smith
    The Buccaneers will place the franchise tag on left tackle Donovan Smith between now and the March 5 deadline, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times tweets. At the same time, Stroud hears extension talks are going well, so a long-term deal could be hammered out between now and the extension deadline for franchised players on July 15. Smith, 26 in June, has started in every single game for the Bucs si...2019
  • • Bucs may use franchise tag on tackle Donovan Smith
    More buzz points to the Buccaneers keeping Donovan Smith. After a report indicated the Bucs were not likely to let Smith walk in free agency, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times follows that up by noting the team will, in fact, use its franchise tag to keep the left tackle — barring a pre-free agency deal coming to fruition.  The Bucs will talk with Smith’s representatives at the Combine. While the...2019
  • • Roberto Aguayo in danger of losing kicker job with Bucs
    Roberto Aguayo could be in danger of losing his job as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ placekicker a year after the team moved up in the draft to select the kicker in the second round.Not only did the Bucs sign Nick Folk for $750,000 guaranteed to bring some competition at the position, but The Tampa Bay Times’ Rick Stroud says Folk was also better with some kicks during the week.According to Stroud:Agu...2017
  • • Fantasy Football Week 14: Rankings, Projections and Waiver-Wire Tips
    2016
  • • Charles Sims' Updated Fantasy Outlook After Doug Martin's Injury
    2016
  • • NFL Scores Week 1: Results and Top Fantasy Football Stars for Opening Games
    2016
  • • Brent Grimes to Buccaneers: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction
    2016
  • • Chris Conte: Latest News, Rumors, Speculation Surrounding Free-Agent S
    2016
  • • Start 'Em, Sit 'Em Week 16: Advice Before Fantasy Football Lineup Deadline
    2015

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  • • Bruce Arians has no regrets for whacking Andrew Adams
    2022
  • • Tom Brady renting Derek Jeter’s mansion in Tampa
    2020
  • • Buccaneers reportedly 'going all-in' on Tom Brady
    The Buccaneers are “going all-in” on legendary signal-caller Tom Brady, per Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times. Tampa Bay, of course, has been connected to Brady in recent rumors, but it was difficult to determine how serious the team’s interest was. Apparently, it’s very serious. Bucs head coach Bruce Arians has generally been noncommittal toward incumbent passer Jameis Winston, who, like Brady, ...2020
  • • Report: Bucs to interview Cowboys DBs coach Kris Richard today
    The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will interview Cowboys defensive backs coach Kris Richard today for their head coaching vacancy, according to Albert Breer of SI.com.  We already heard Richard would also be interviewing with the Dolphins and Jets today, so his Sunday appears to be pretty full. But if Richard is going to land a head coaching gig in 2019, it does not appear it will be with Tampa Bay. Just y...2019
  • • Various agencies pitching Jameis Winston after his firing of old representation
    Earlier this month, Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston dumped his agents. Apparently, he won’t have a hard time finding new representation. Winston is expected to get pitches from CAA, Athletes First (David Dunn), Joel Segal and other agents hoping to work with him, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times tweets.Winston reportedly fired Greg Genske and Kenny Felder because the bulk of their experien...2018
  • • Report: Buccaneers investigating threatening tweet about GM Jason Licht
    The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are reportedly investigating after a fan posted a potentially threatening tweet referencing general manager Jason Licht.Buccaneers fan Mike Rogers is being investigated by team security for his since-deleted tweet, which featured a GIF of a murder scene from the film King of New York accompanied with the text “When I see Jason Licht next time I roll through Tampa.”Rogers s...2018
  • • Report: Dirk Koetter will be retained by Buccaneers in 2018
    So much for all the Jon Gruden rumors. The Glazer family, which owns the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, reportedly told Dirk Koetter he will be retained for the 2018 season after a 2017 campaign that was full of misery, per Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times.Heading into Week 17, the Bucs sport a record of 4-11, though at least we can say they have been competitive in many of their losses. If their current...2017
  • • Josh Huff to Sign with Buccaneers After Arrest and Release from Eagles
    2016
  • • Brent Grimes to Buccaneers: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction
    2016
  • • Logan Mankins Retires: Latest Comments and Reaction
    2016

Top Rick Stroud news

  • • Former Tampa Bay QB Brad Johnson Says He Paid People to Tamper with Footballs
    2015
  • • Jameis Winston Sued over Sexual Assault Allegations: Latest Details and Comments
    2015
  • • Report: Buccaneers “going all in” to sign Tom Brady
    When free agency starts in a week, Tom Brady will have an aggressive contract offer from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. That’s the word from Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times, who reports that the Bucs “are going all in” on Brady, with head coach Bruce Arians leading the charge, General Manager Jason Licht trusting [more]...2020
  • • Josh McCown to Browns: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction
    2015
  • • Doug Martin Re-Signs with Buccaneers: Contract Details, Comments and Reaction
    2016
  • • Brent Grimes to Buccaneers: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction
    2016
  • • Josh Freeman to Play for Brooklyn Bolts of the FXFL
    2015
  • • Dashon Goldson to Redskins: Latest Trade Details, Comments and Reaction
    2015
  • • Gerald McCoy doesn’t agree that Dak Prescott is struggling
    It’s become popular in recent days to suggest that Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott is struggling. Buccaneers defensive tackle Gerald McCoy doesn’t agree. “He’s having a great rookie year, man,” McCoy said, via Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times. “One of the top quarterbacks in the league this year and is very patient. Doesn’t let…...2016
  • • Cowboys' Greg Hardy Signing a Great on-Field Move and Terrible off-Field Move
    2015
  • • Jameis Winston: Latest News, Rumors and Buzz Surrounding QB's Draft Stock
    2015
  • • Report: Outside surgeon confirms lingering ankle injury for Antonio Brown
    2022
  • • Mark Barron Traded to Rams: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction
    2014
  • • Report: Dolphins interest in Koetter led Bucs to make a change
    The Buccaneers made the surprise fire of the offseason late Wednesday night, firing Lovie Smith after a four-win improvement from the previous season. And they could be staying in-house for a replacement, though it won’t come without some degree of hoops to jump through. According to Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times, the eventual…...2016

Rick Stroud fantasy rankings and news

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    2016
  • • Charles Sims' Updated Fantasy Outlook After Doug Martin's Injury
    2016
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    2016
  • • Start 'Em, Sit 'Em Week 16: Advice Before Fantasy Football Lineup Deadline
    2015

Rick Stroud schedule, game

  • • Bruce Arians vows to appeal $50,000 fine for striking Andrew Adams
    2022
  • • Bruce Arians vows to appeal $50,000 for striking Andrew Adams
    2022
  • • Mike Evans caught some passes at Bucs facility Thursday
    2021
  • • Bucs putting cornerback Jamel Dean on COVID-19 reserve
    2021
  • • Buccaneers to receive Super Bowl rings two days before start of training camp
    Tom Brady now knows the day he will receive his seventh Super Bowl ring. The Buccaneers have told players they will receive their rings at a private ceremony on July 22, two days before the start of training camp, according to Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times. At the ceremony, Brady will become the [more]...2021
  • • Tom Brady, other Bucs vets working out at team facility Friday
    The Buccaneers don’t have an organized team activity scheduled for Friday, but they have some key members of the team working out at their facility for the first time this offseason. Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports that quarterback Tom Brady and about 10 teammates, including wide receivers Mike Evans and Antonio Brown [more]...2021
  • • Donovan Smith is off the COVID-19 list
    The Buccaneers will have their starting left tackle back for Saturday’s game in Detroit. Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports that Donovan Smith has been cleared to return from the COVID-19 list and that he will practice with the team on Tuesday. Smith missed Sunday’s win over the Falcons and Josh Wells got [more]...2020
  • • Tom Brady still leading Bucs workouts despite NFLPA warning
    Even though the NFLPA has advised players to stop group workouts before training camp. Tom Brady‘s leading one anyway. According to Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times, Brady led at least a dozen players through a workout at a private school in Tampa Tuesday morning. At least two Bucs players and an assistant coach [more]...2020
  • • Buccaneers re-sign Antony Auclair
    The Buccaneers have re-signed tight end Antony Auclair to a one-year deal, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Auclair was scheduled to become a restricted free agent. He originally signed with the Bucs as an undrafted free agent in 2017 out of Laval University and has played three seasons in Tampa Bay. Auclair [more]...2020
  • • Russell Wilson reportedly giving his Pro Bowl start to Drew Brees
    Russell Wilson is doing a pretty cool thing for Drew Brees in what could be the New Orleans Saints quarterback’s final Pro Bowl. According to Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times, Wilson had been selected as the NFC’s starting quarterback in Sunday’s Pro Bowl, but he is giving up the start in favor of Brees. Brees is now 41 and might not be back here again. He has openly admitted that he’s consideri...2020

Rick Stroud rumors, scandals

  • • Antonio Brown civil sexual assault lawsuit now set for trial on 12/6/2021
    The wheels of justice move slowly, and that works to the advantage of Buccaneers receivers Antonio Brown. Via Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times, the civil lawsuit against Brown alleging sexual lawsuit and rape will go to trial on December 6, 2021. The case originally had been set for trial this month. Buccaneers coach [more]...2020
  • • Buccaneers tagging Shaquil Barrett
    The Bucs weren’t going to let Shaquil Barrett go anywhere. According to Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times, the Buccaneers are using the franchise tag on pass-rusher Shaquil Barrett. As #asexpected as that move was, considering Barrett had a league-high 19.5 sacks last season, it still comes with an amazing reality about who they [more]...2020
  • • Jason Pierre-Paul OK after car crash
    It was back in 2015 that then-New York Giants Pro Bowler Jason Pierre-Paul suffered a serious hand injury in a fireworks accident on the Fourth of July. Fast forward four years, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers pass-rusher is now recovering from another accident. TMZ Sports reports that the 30-year-old Pierre-Paul crashed his SUV in Broward County, Florida, early Thursday morning. Emergency personnel ...2019
  • • Bucs may use franchise tag on tackle Donovan Smith
    2019
  • • Various agencies pitching Jameis Winston after his firing of old representation
    2018
  • • Buccaneers re-sign Charles Sims
    The Buccaneers have agreed to re-sign running back Charles Sims, as Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times tweets. It’s a one-year deal for the veteran. Last summer, there were whispers that Sims would miss the Bucs’ final cut coming out of camp, even though starter Doug Martin was suspended for the start of the 2017 season. Sims stayed on the roster, but he did not see a ton of carries. Appearing in...2018
  • • Dirk Koetter: Questions about job ‘of course’ are distraction
    Coaches often dismiss questions and speculation about their job status, but Dirk Koetter acknowledged that he is affected by them.The Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach has not been told anything by the team’s owners yet about his job status. But with the Bucs 4-11 a season after going 9-7, there have been plenty of questions about Koetter’s job.The coach says the rumors and chatter have bothered him...2017
  • • Former 49ers owner Eddie DeBartolo considering bid to buy Panthers
    A familiar face in NFL ownership circles is considering making a run at the Carolina Panthers.Eddie DeBartolo Jr., a former owner of the San Francisco 49ers, is reportedly interested in the Panthers.ESPN’s Jim Trotter says DeBartolo is “definitely” looking into putting together a group to buy the team. DeBartolo issued a statement according to the Tampa Bay Times’ Rick Stroud, saying he will not d...2017
  • • Jon Gruden on coaching rumors: ‘I can’t control all the reports’
    The annual run on Jon Gruden rumors is already in progress, meaning the coach-turned-broadcaster is once again addressing his future in the game.One rumor that has popped up recently is that Gruden will return to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers if coach Dirk Koetter is fired, though there doesn’t seem to be much to that talk. When asked about it, Gruden was his usual non-committal self — he’s never said ...2017
  • • Doug Martin Good As Gone?
    Until there is confirmation from the Buccaneers one way or another, the Doug Martin story will continue to have its speculations. Most recently, from Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times.Doug Martin was supposed to be a key member of the offense during Dirk Koetter's first season as head coach.......2017

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