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Hank Williams Jr. and his famous football anthem would be surprised to learn that, all in all, we really might not be ready for some football this time around.
The NFL season is getting closer, and this week marked the start of training camps for each of the 32 teams. With fans eager to get back to football, the Florida teams were on the tip of everybody's tongue this week on Sports Talk AM 1040 The Team.
When the Buccaneers make a big play to get across midfield, radio voice Gene Deckerhoff has been known to exclaim “we’re in business!” On Thursday at One Buc Place, it was back to business. The first practice of 2018 training camp did not come with fanfare.
The National Football League made their reported three game suspension of Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston official on Thursday afternoon. Winston will miss the first three games of the 2018 NFL season, including a week three Monday Night Football contest at home against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Going out and asking people in the Tampa Bay area how they feel about Jameis Winston’s reported upcoming suspension, and further reports of what took place in March of 2016 in a Scottsdale Uber, the prevailing order of the day was a refusal to comment.
If the report from ESPN’s Adam Schefter turns out to be true, Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston will be suspended for the first three games of the 2018 season, stemming from an allegation from an Uber driver that Winston grabbed her crotch during a ride in 2016.
QB working on his fumbling issues Kevin O'Donnell of Fox 13 joins Rock Riley to talk about Jameis Winston's offseason regimen and his efforts to...
Surprising win over the Saints will fuel renewed hype next season Since about 2011, Buccaneers seasons have followed similar beats. Coming into the season, hype is...
The Bucs’ quarterback had a great game, but finished with an embarrassing meltdown At the end of Sunday afternoon’s game against the Carolina Panthers, Jameis...
Patrick Murray came onto the field with five seconds left on the clock and the Buccaneers on the Atlanta 37 yard line.