From the Tampa Tribune, Ira Kaufman joined The Fabulous Sports Babe to talk about the Bucs reporting for the start of training camp. Babe is very excited for this season for the first time in […]
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers today announced that they have signed wide receiver Mike Williams to a six-year contract, worth $40.25 million. “We are pleased to have Mike signed to a long-term contract that ensures he […]
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Bucs WR Mike Williams struggled as the number one receiver in 2011. But in 2012, he’s back in top form as the secondary option to WR Vincent Jackson.
The Bucs certainly opened their checkbook when they signed Vincent Jackson. But all signs point to the deal being an extremely successful one so far.
The Bucs committed an uncharacteristically high number of penalties against the Broncos. But they will look to limit those mistakes against the Eagles.
With a season-ending injury to Quincy Black, the Bucs are turning to LB Adam Hayward to take his place.
The Bucs are looking for a winning formula that involves a heavy dosage of running plays. They appear to be close to finding it.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers seem to have the Minnesota Vikings’ number. These two teams have faced off seven times since 2001 with the Bucs winning the last six meetings. The Bucs were the underdogs heading into the game Thursday night, but they quickly showed what the team is made of.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers let another close game slip away. The Bucs were leading the first quarter but let the New Orleans Saints back in the game in the second quarter. By halftime, Saints quarterback Drew Brees had thrown for over 300 yards and three touchdowns. The Bucs defense was able to hold Brees the second half of the game, but the Bucs still came up short.