The Bucs fall to division rivals New Orleans in the Superdome - 11/6/2011
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers take on the New Orleans Saints at Raymond James Stadium on Sunday October 16.
Ntohing beats a win in on national TV in front of a sold out crowd!
Buccaneers wide receiver Vincent Jackson has quickly embedded himself in the Tampa Bay community; partnering with various organizations including the Tampa Bay Lightning in efforts to continuously give back to military families in the Bay Area through his charity, Jackson In Action 83. On Wednesday, the Pro Bowler found time to mentor youth football players at teammate Josh Freeman's Pro Camp in Wesley Chapel.
Jackson instructed the campers during drills, then addressed the kids (Grades 1-8), speaking to them about the importance of good grades and hardwork, and took questions from both the campers and their parents.
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(via Tampa Bay Buccaneers Communications) - Tickets are on sale now to watch the Buccaneers kick off the 2013 season against the New Orleans Saints on Sunday, September 15, at Raymond James Stadium. Tickets start as low as $30!
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(via Tampa Bay Buccaneers Communications) - The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced today the signing of cornerback Michael Adams.
Adams (5-8, 181) enters his seventh year in the NFL, having played in 74 games with seven starts, totaling 165 tackles, 18 passes defensed, four fumble recoveries, three interceptions and one forced fumble.
Adams originally entered the league as a college free agent with the Arizona Cardinals in 2007. A Dallas native, Adams played collegiately at Louisiana-Lafayette.
The team also announced the waiving of guard Jeremy Lewis.
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<p>BY: John Mamola</p>
<p>According to the website <a href="http://www.uni-watch.com/" target="_blank">uni-watch.com</a>, new Tampa Bay Buccaneers CB Darrelle Revis paid safety Mark Barron $50,000 for the right to wear the numer twenty four for the upcoming 2013 season.</p>
<p>From <a href="http://www.uni-watch.com/" target="_blank">Uni-Watch.com</a></p>
<p><strong><em>A well-placed source tells me that the amount Darrelle Revis paid to Mark Barron in order to get Barron to give up No. 24 was — get this — $50,000.</em></strong></p>
<p>No word on exactly when the payment was made for the number, but Revis has been wearing the number in all offseason training programs held at One Buc Place.</p>
Bucs rookies CB Johnthan Banks (second round, 42nd overall) and QB Mike Glennon (third round, 73rd overall) lead the 2013 draft class in participating in a series of charitable events to engage the players with the Bay Area community and serve as positive role models for underpriveleged youths.
Monday, the first-year NFL players enjoyed an afternoon of bowling with children from Big Brothers Big Sisters at Pin Chasers in Tampa.
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*Information received from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Communication Department was used in this post*