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DUNEDIN — Preparing for another 162-game grinder in the American League East meat market, the Tampa Bay Rays are eager to prove themselves once again.
DUNEDIN — On a raw, windy afternoon at sold-out Florida Auto Exchange Stadium, Alex Cobb provided the sunshine.
TAMPA — On a night the Lightning introduced a new captain, they welcomed the same old Ryan Callahan.
TAMPA — Approaching the victory lap of his Hall of Fame career, Derek Jeter made a startling announcement Wednesday.
TAMPA — The Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed two veterans Friday who have played for several NFL teams, including the Chicago Bears: TE Steve Maneri and CB D.J. Moore.
TAMPA — The last time a team successfully defended an NFL title, Russell Wilson was a high school sophomore, hoping to qualify for a driver’s license.
NEW YORK — In an often contentious meeting that lasted more than eight hours, Derrick Brooks emerged as the only Hall of Fame candidate associated with the Buccaneers to land in the Class of 2014.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Boxing fans like to say that styles make fights. The same axiom applies to Super Bowls.
NEW YORK — Derrick Brooks tried to make believe it was just another day, but he soon realized it was a fruitless exercise.
NEW YORK — The Denver Broncos are slight favorites to win Sunday’s Super Bowl, primarily because even at the age of 37, Peyton Manning belongs on the short list of the NFL’s all-time untouchables.
Jon Cooper’s confidence in Tyler Johnson keeps growing and Tampa Bay’s productive rookie keeps justifying that faith with a string of solid efforts.
Former Buccaneer and Colts coach Tony Dungy chuckles at any suggestion Broncos QB Peyton Manning has yet to prove he can beat Patriots QB Tom Brady. The two teams face off today in the AFC championship game.
TAMPA — Although Martin St. Louis needed only 22 minutes to tie a franchise record that had stood for almost 22 years, the Tampa Bay Lightning continued their home woes in a Saturday matinee loss that coach Jon Co...
TAMPA — Six months after targeting Valtteri Filppula in free agency, the Tampa Bay Lightning are convinced they’ve scored a bull’s-eye.