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There’s a lesson in the Raptors’ NBA Championship run

Winning up north could lead to winning down south

First and foremost lets acknowledge that football and basketball are very different sports. Let’s also acknowledge the Toronto Raptors and Tampa Bay Buccaneers are in very different places as teams in their respective league’s.

All of this acknowledged however, there are lessons to be learned by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from the Toronto Raptors. Lessons which helped lead the NBA part of this column to a championship.

And while we’re at...

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Gil Arcia

The Crow’s Nest: Hargreaves’ season, a fantasy preview, and the offseason

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The Bucs’ Offseason
The Bucs are sure putting a lot of stock into guys that have yet to prove anything in the NFL.

Franchise Quarterback Chatter
It may not be as bad as one thinks.

Rebuilding Ronald Jones: Bucs running back healthier, more confident heading into his second training camp
The new coaching staff also is optimistic that Jones will live up to the promise that made him a second-round pick in 2018.

2019 Fantasy Football Team Previews: Bruce Arians is...

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Happy Father's Day from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Sunday football is about as American as apple pie. It’s a time for many of us to kick up our feet, throw on our favorite jersey, and stuff our faces without guilt (mostly). But as entertaining as it is for us fans to watch, for the players on the field, it is more than just a game — it’s a way of life. We often forget that players are people, too, with lives and families off the field. An NFL season extracts a heavy toll on a player, but having a family waiting for them at home always...

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Bailey Adams

Countdown to Kickoff: 12 Weeks

We’re 12 weeks away from Tampa Bay kicking off its 2019 season. With that in mind, we’ll look back at the team’s 2012 season.

We’re hitting the heat of summer these days, which means a new NFL season isn’t far off. The Buccaneers open up the 2019 season 12 weeks from today against the San Francisco 49ers at Raymond James Stadium.

Every Sunday leading up to kickoff of the new season, we’ll be taking a look back at old Bucs seasons, correlating with how many weeks are left in the...

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Mike Evans in for His Best Fantasy Football Season Yet in 2019

Mike Evans has been a top wide receiver for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers since his rookie season. However, some fantasy football team owners are not sure where to draft him, due to his buyer beware feel he has to him at times. However, Evans had one of his most consistent years last season and has everything set up around him to build on that further in 2019. Fantasy Football Preview: Mike Evans in for His Best Season in 2019 Top Talent Since Entering the League Evans burst onto the fantasy...

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This stat proves the Buccaneers are ready to burst onto the scene in 2019

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been an afterthought for much of the past decade. Even after drafting former Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston with the first overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, the team has still been unable to get back to the postseason for the first time since 2007. But, for Buccaneers fans, it seems like this team has been a rumbling volcano just waiting to erupt, and with the addition of Bruce Arians this offseason to man the ship, 2019 may finally be the year the Bucs...

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Bailey Adams

White and Dean signing soon?

In his latest mailbag, Scott Smith of Buccaneers.com said the team’s two remaining unsigned draft picks could ink their deals soon.

With Mike Edwards signing his first NFL contract Thursday, only two of the Buccaneers’ 2019 draft picks remain unsigned. The two guys who haven’t signed at this point are first-round pick Devin White and third-rounder Jamel Dean.

In his latest S.S. Mailbag on Buccaneers.com, Scott Smith seemed to hint that both guys will sign their deals soon:

I...

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Maybe Bruce Arians can help Jameis Winston with his golf game

The pairing of head coach Bruce Arians with Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston is one many fans are eager to see the results of. After all, Arians was brought in namely to help develop Winston into the franchise quarterback some people still think he can be. And even though the quarterback has struggled the past two years, he’s still shown promise. Plus, he’s already the franchise’s all-time leader in passing touchdowns with 88. Given Arians’ resume of success with...

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David_Harrison

For Jameis Winston, The Time Is Now

2019 will be a year of answers for Tampa Bay’s quarterback

Since the first time Bruce Arians addressed the media as the head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers it’s been clear Jameis Winston was one of the reasons, if not the main reason he wanted to coach this team as he made his return to the sidelines.

After a 2018 season which began with a suspension and rode through the quarterback carousel between Winston and Ryan Fitzpatrick, 2019 is the year of Jameis.

In fact, many people have...

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Gil Arcia

The Crow’s Nest: Devin White’s first pitch, Licht’s job security, and a rookie signed

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“He’s Trying To Turn This Thing Around Quick”
When Louis Riddick speaks, Joe listens.

Extreme Job Security For Jason Licht?
Joe has to think Licht’s job security is pretty good.

Cairo Santos, dead man kicking
The incumbent kicker is competing with rookie Matt Gay for a roster spot, but have the Buccaneers already picked the winner?

Bucs first-rounder Devin White’s first pitch misses mark, but he’s still having a blast
The face of the Bucs rookie class is...

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'These guys can play': Rookie DBs could be key to Bucs' defensive turnaround

Passing defense has been a Bucs weakness for years, but some promising rookies like Sean Murphy-Bunting have the team hoping for a quick turnaround.

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Jameis Winston will throw for a career high 2019, but is that a good thing?

It seems that whenever you have trouble with a quarterback, you bring in Bruce Arians to try and fix things. The Buccaneers coach has had successful stops in both Arizona and Indianapolis as a head coach (interim basis in Indy), and spent many years as an offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach prior to that. Now in Tampa Bay, he’ll look to work his magic on Jameis Winston, who has yet to live up to his full potential. Given that this is the fifth and final year of his rookie deal,...

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Alex Salvarezza

Buccaneers ink rookie safety Mike Edwards to deal

Only two from the 20190 draft class remain unsigned

With six weeks remaining until training camp, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have come to terms with the 99th overall pick from the 2019 NFL Draft in safety Mike Edwards.

Now, the only two players from the draft class who have not yet been signed are Devin White and Jamal Dean.

We have signed rookie safety Mike Edwards.

— Tampa Bay Buccaneers (@Buccaneers) June 13, 2019

I’m sure it’s only a matter of time before the remaining two...

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Buccaneers sign third-round pick Mike Edwards

The Buccaneers have signed third-round safety Mike Edwards to his rookie deal, according to a team announcement. Per the terms of his slot, the four-year pact should be worth $3.34M with an $822K signing bonus. Taken with the No. 99 overall pick, Edwards could be in line for a starting role at safety this year. Even if he doesn’t make the first-string squad, he figures to see a decent amount of playing time in the secondary. At Kentucky, Edwards proved his effectiveness at multiple...

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David_Harrison

All-Time Buccaneers Fantasy Draft

Locked On Bucs is choosing sides

If you took every player who wore the Tampa Bay Buccaneers uniform and made a fantasy roster of just those players, what would it look like?

Of course, like most fantasy rosters, this question would be determined in part by how many participants were in the draft.

In this case, it’s two as James Yarcho and I were challenged to undertaking just such a task by one listener of the Locked On Bucs Podcast.

@lockedonbucs Idea for a show (if you haven't done it...

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Alex Salvarezza

Mike Evans hopes to help Tampa kids go to college

Not only is Mike Evans arguably one of the best players that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have, he is also a role model off the field and does numerous things in the community.

As many know and as I know from graduating college this past year, college is an expensive four-year journey and every little dollar helps when trying to limit the loans you have when you are done.

Mike Evans knows that and he along with his wife Ashlie are donating $25,000 to The University of South Florida on behalf...

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Gil Arcia

The Crow’s Nest: Jameis the ally, reactions to camp dates, and roster reset

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Special Olympics sees powerful ally in Bucs QB Jameis Winston
For the fourth consecutive year, Winston covered the cost of 75 Special Olympics Florida athletes to attend his Dream Forever Foundation football camp. Winston’s goal is to promote inclusion, so that kids of all abilities can enjoy the same opportunities.

Two practice fields, endless opportunities for all Bucs in Bruce Arians’ system
The coach’s large staff exists in part to make sure no player...

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Evan Winter

Gerald McCoy has a message for Tampa Bay

The ex-Buc took the high road.

Let’s talk about Gerald McCoy for oooonnnnneeee laaaaasssstttt tiiiimmmeee Bucs fans!

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But no, really, that’s what we are going to do, so if you don’t like it go ahead and close out, but I must go ahead and thank you for the click.

Anyway, the former defensive tackle for the Bucs over past nine seasons came on to the NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport’s podcast, Rapsheet + Friends to talk some football.

And of course, McCoy’s former...

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David_Harrison

Bucs release 2019 training camp information

Find out when you can go see your 2019 Buccaneers for the first time

In just one month, two weeks and a wake-up you’ll be able to see your 2019 Tampa Bay Buccaneers as they begin training camp ahead of what is expected to be an exciting and productive season for the team coming off back-to-back 5-11 finishes.

According to the team website, Bucs players will report on the 25thof July with the first open practice being the very next day on July 26th at 4PM local time.

In fact, every open...

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Gil Arcia

The Crow’s Nest: Todd Bowles, traveling to London, and Arians surprised

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Can the Buccaneers actually make the playoffs in 2019?
Take a look at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers schedule in 2019 and see if you think they have a shot at the postseason.

Bucs Partner with “On Location Experiences” to Offer Fan Travel Packages for the International Series in London
The Buccaneers will take on the Carolina Panthers in London on October 13th, 2019; Travel package to include tickets, transportation, hotel accommodations and more

Ex-NFL Player Kellen...

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