When the Tampa Bay Buccaneers hired Greg Schiano as their head coach in 2012, it signaled the end of the laid-back Raheem Morris era and the beginning of a culture change at One Buc Place. Pewter Report’s Mark Cook joined the Fabulous Sports Babe and told her that after observing the Bucs at this week’s OTAs, Schiano hasn’t had any meltdowns or yelled “toes on the line!” so far. In fact, Mark tells the Babe it’s been a smooth transition, unlike the culture shock of last year’s OTAs.

Click below to hear the rest of the interview, as Mark also talks about how the Bucs have been guarded with the status of Darrelle Revis’s knee, what he thinks of the NFL possibly moving the draft to May, and more!

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