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Buccaneers Announce Stadium Renovations The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Tampa Sports Authority, the owners of Raymond James Stadium, have come to an agreement to upgrade Raymond James stadium with renovations to exceed $100 million. The Tampa Sports Authority will … Continue reading
Bucs defeat Bengals 25-11 The Buccaneers won their first home game under Head Coach Lovie Smith on Monday Night Football. Both the offense and defense showed marked improvement from the first preseason game. Highlights included a pick-six by cornerback Alterraun … Continue reading
Opening statement: “Hey guys, good morning. It’s a great day here. Just passing through and seeing guys here in the building and our players. Glancing out my window and seeing some guys participating in some drills and stuff outside. It’s … Continue reading
Opening statement: “It really is good to get the offseason started. Some of the players I’ve seen a little bit, but most of them I haven’t, so it’s kind of good to start the process of catching up on what … Continue reading
Coming to Tampa Bay: “I guess it was during the offseason, when guys are going here and going there and getting signed. My agent called me and told me I had a visit to come to Tampa, and then after … Continue reading
Opening statement: “Hello, everybody. I just wanted to say before I started that I’m glad to be here. I’m actually glad to be back here in Tampa; it still feels like home. I never felt like I actually left and … Continue reading
Thoughts on free agency acquisitions: “I think it’s always great to have guys that have been in the system that you play. Coach did a great job of bringing in guys who have been in the system that we play, … Continue reading
Lawrence Tynes sues Bucs for $20 million Former Buccaneers kicker Lawrence Tynes is suing the Buccaneers organization for its handling of the MRSA situation in Tampa.
View image | gettyimages.com It seemed as though the Detroit Lions may have intended to match the Buccaneers offer to defensive end George Johnson, but instead gave him away in a trade.
Free agency for the Buccaneers has been quiet this year, compared to last year when the Bucs “won” free agency. Nonetheless, moves have been made. Here is what the team has done so far: