NFL Week 1 takeaways: Concern for Bucs, Niners?

The stars shone brightly in a surreal, (mostly) fanless atmosphere around the NFL. But a few NFC favorites struggled. Here’s what to know from Week 1. – TOP

GM: Brady, Arians ‘perfect marriage’ for Bucs

Tampa Bay Buccaneers GM Jason Licht isn’t worried about his young roster feeling pressure to produce now that Tom Brady’s at quarterback, saying Brady and coach Bruce Arians are a “perfect marriage” in that they both are focused on winning. – NFL

Pats, Bucs don’t play at same time until Dec. 20

The New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers don’t play a game at the same time until Week 15 of the 2020 season, giving New England fans who still plan to follow quarterback Tom Brady closely with his new team an unexpected bonus. – NFL

Gronk reunited with Brady after trade to Bucs

The Patriots have agreed to trade Rob Gronkowski to the Buccaneers in a deal that reunites the retired tight end with Tom Brady. – NFL

How the Bucs can build in the 2020 NFL draft around Tom Brady

After signing the six-time Super Bowl winner, the Bucs need to give him as much help as possible in the draft — starting with the OT and RB positions. – NFL

The Bucs built it, Tom Brady came. Now what? Inside the GOAT’s ultimate gamble

Tampa Bay is 34-62 since Jason Licht took over as general manager. That doesn’t matter now — the franchise has Tom Brady. – TOP

Bucs GM: Brady made sales pitch to join team

While the Buccaneers were openly interested in signing Tom Brady, Tampa Bay GM Jason Licht said the 42-year-old quarterback gave the Bucs his best sales pitch in their first phone call. – NFL

Tom Brady is the signing of a lifetime for long-suffering Bucs fans

For a franchise that has long struggled to attract big names, adding Brady still feels like a dream. – TOP

Sources: Tom Brady expected to sign with Bucs

‪Tampa Bay is the expected landing spot for quarterback Tom Brady, barring any unforeseen circumstances, sources told ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Jeff Darlington. – NFL

Barnwell: The Bucs?! Grading the TB12 deal, and why it gets a rare A

Does Tom Brady make the Bucs immediate Super Bowl contenders? Here’s what we can expect from the quarterback in 2020. – TOP

Behind stingy defense, Bucs snap seven-game road losing streak

The shift to Todd Bowles’ aggressive defense is paying off for the Bucs, who shut down Cam Newton and Christian McCaffrey in Thursday’s comeback win. – NFL

Cam Newton, Panthers under duress with 0-2 start after loss to Bucs

The Panthers’ season is on the brink of disaster after a 20-14 prime-time loss to the Buccaneers. – TOP

Bucs RB’s tablet stolen; team says no info leaked

Buccaneers running back Peyton Barber’s team-issued tablet was stolen Saturday morning, but team officials say it was wiped clean of information remotely and had only scouting video on it. – NFL

Who should start Week 4 for Bucs: Jameis Winston or Ryan Fitzpatrick?

Coach Dirk Koetter is keeping the quarterback situation a mystery for now, but that doesn’t mean you can’t tell us who you would pick in our poll. – NFL

Jameis Winston’s Dad — My Son’s the Face of the Bucs … Here’s Proof

When it comes to the Tampa Bay Bucs logo … Bucco Bruce is out. Jameis Winston is in … at least according to JW’s dad.  Check out the shirt Jameis’ dad, Antonor Winston, rocked to the game in New Orleans this weekend, spotted by NFL Network…


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Article: Bucs Stadium Now Allowing Fans To Watch Games From Special Swamp Deck

TAMPA, FL—Calling it an exciting enhancement to the current game-day experience, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced Friday that fans at Raymond James Stadium will be able to watch games from a special new swamp deck. “With perfect sight lines of all the action and plenty of driftwood and lily pads to go around, our new marsh is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the game,” said Buccaneers spokesman Kyle Reiff, noting that tickets for entry into the 400-square-foot pool of tepid, mossy water—positioned just above the south end zone—are just $ 115. “Plus, with our waitstaff delivering unlimited drinks and snacks, you and up to 25 of your friends will never have to worry about leaving the swamp and missing any of the action. And if you want to catch some rays in the middle of the game, just hop onto a nearby log or upended tree …

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Tampa Bay Bucs — Ex-Cheerleaders Win Big … Team Pays $825k In Wage War

Ready? Ok!   We’ve got spirit, yes we do!We’ve got spirit … plus an additional $ 825,000!!!   A former Tampa Bay Bucs cheerleader has reached a settlement with the NFL team in her class action war over unpaid wages … striking a deal that…


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