Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Though he’s nearly two weeks behind the veteran players in learning the offensive concepts offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter is installing, Jameis Winston still managed to keep pace.
TAMPA — With their name already carved into a downtown museum and their storied ownership of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Glazer family name already is writ large in the Tampa Bay area.
The newcomers are receivers Donteea Dye (Heidelberg University) and Adam Humprhies (Clemson), offensive lineman Edawn Coughman (Shaw University) and linebacker Jared Koster (New Mexico Highlands).
If Buccaneers rookie quarterback Jameis Winston is distracted by the battle that’s raging between him and the woman who accused him of sexual assault, it’s not showing on the field.
The Buccaneers were a little nervous heading into Day 2 of the NFL draft last weekend.
TAMPA — Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston is fighting back against the woman who has accused him of sexual assault.
How ’Bout Them Cowboys?
On Jameis Winston's first day of work, he arrived so early he greeted the bus carrying other rookies from the hotel. We’re at the good stuff, the stuff behind why the Bucs chose Jameis Winston, writes columnist Martin Fennelly. We’re at the get-to-work-early stuff, the leader stuff.
Joey Iosefa says an off-field issue now “motivates me and it’s made me become a grown man." Tampa Bay’s seventh-round draft pick sweated through Friday’s rookie minicamp, where the 247-pound fullback couldn’t wait to display his versatile skills.
Working with nearly a dozen wide receiver hopefuls, an admittedly “anxious’’ Jameis Winston struggled to throw the ball accurately. On many of the occasions when he did hit his target, his passes were dropped.
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