A Pro Football Blog by Roy Cummings and Ira Kaufman
Go behind the scenes with Buccaneers beat writers Roy Cummings and Ira Kaufman as they offer their insights on the latest happenings with the team.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers broke from tradition on Wednesday when they announced they will induct two players into their Ring of Honor for the first time in 2015.
The Bucs spent the 34th overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft on Penn State tackle Donovan Smith with the idea Smith would step in immediately as their starting left tackle, but he won't just be handed the job.
In this week’s Bucs Bonus Podcast Olivia Stacey talks with Tampa Tribune’s NFL Writer, Ira Kaufman about his impressions of Tampa Bay’s draft picks and to recap rookie mini-camp.
Demar Dotson, a six-year pro who started 44 straight games for the Bucs at right tackle before moving to the left side late last year, said he’s glad to be back where he’s been the majority of his career.
Jameis Winston is officially a Buccaneer.
For the fifth time in franchise history, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were on the clock first.
In this edition of the Bucs Bonus Podcast Olivia Stacey and Ira Kaufman discuss Tampa Bay’s biggest needs in the 2015 NFL Draft, the likelihood of Jameis Winston becoming a Buccaneer and how the team might fill holes in the offense.
Jameis Winston is back in Tampa today, participating in former Bucs linebacker Derrick Brooks’ charity golf tournament at Avila Country Club.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers general manager Jason Licht has made it clear that he and coach Lovie Smith would be comfortable making quarterback Jameis Winston the face of their franchise.
TAMPA — Are the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on the verge of asking a Florida Gator to protect a Florida State Seminole when the 2015 season begins? One well-known NFL draft analyst thinks so.