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Ex-Bucs DE Keith McCants Arrested on Felony Cocaine Charge; 9th Arrest Since '10

Former NFL player Keith McCants is facing a felony charge of possession of crack cocaine after his arrest Monday in St. Petersburg, Florida, according to Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times ...

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Suspension Would Be Another Hindrance to Jameis Winston's Development

When an NFL team makes a serious commitment in the draft to a young quarterback, that decision will define a franchise's pulse and success rate for the next half-decade...

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The Crow’s Nest: Bucs dillema, Winston’s company, and NFL Top 100

Web links on the Bucs and the rest of the NFL. Jameis Winston’s fifth-year option creates a dilemma for Bucs – ProFootballTalkIt remains to be seen whether the looming suspension of Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston compels the team to release him. While that's still an unlikely outcome (the NFL's specific findings against Winston will become a major factor, along with the possibility of further unexpected developments... Stay Away From Darby! - JoeBucsFan.comJoe hopes one thing...

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Major discussions surrounding Jameis Winston

With the news of Jameis Winston‘s impending suspension from the NFL, lots has been written about Winston’s future with the Buccaneers. One potentially unexplored angle is how Winston’s fate may tie into the fate of Bucs GM Jason Licht and the team’s head coach Dirk Koetter, according to Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com. Florio speculates that the team may be more likely to move on from Winston if they decide to fire Licht and/or Koetter at the end of the 2018 season.Koetter...

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Lawrence Taylor Comments on Jameis Winston's Uber Driver Incident

Hall of Fame linebacker Lawrence Taylor has offered his take on Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston's potential suspension. Speaking to TMZ Sports , Taylor noted Winston needs to be smarter about the choices he makes...

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Jameis Winston’s fifth-year option creates a dilemma for Bucs

It remains to be seen whether the looming suspension of Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston compels the team to release him. While that’s still an unlikely outcome (the NFL’s specific findings against Winston will become a major factor, along with the possibility of further unexpected developments), it’s safe to say that the suspension will become relevant [more]

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Report: Bucs unlikely to bring in veteran QB

The Jameis Winston saga will continue to dominate NFL headlines for the foreseeable future, but life goes on for the Buccaneers, who need to determine who will give them the best chance to win in Winston’s expected absence. The team is currently rostering veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick, career reserve Ryan Griffin, and 2018 UDFA Austin Allen. That is not a particularly inspiring group, and though Fitzpatrick is expected to run the offense while Winston serves his suspension, it would make sense...

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Darlington: Bucs, Glazer “Do Truly Believe In” Jameis Winston

On Saturday, ESPN’s NFL Insider Jeff Darlington spoke of an update and a look into what the Buccaneers are really thinking during this whole Jameis Winston situation. Darlington said that the Bucs, especially their owners, the Glazer family, are in a tricky spot for a multitude of reasons. The team is waiting for the NFL […] The post Darlington: Bucs, Glazer “Do Truly Believe In” Jameis Winston appeared first on Pewter Report.

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Gil Arcia

Report: Bucs ownership standing by Winston, waiting on NFL’s findings

Buccaneers aren’t saying or doing anything until they have the full report from the league.

With recent reports and unconfirmed minimal details of Jameis Winston’s suspension, there are fans and members of the media that are trying to run him out of Tampa Bay without all the facts.

The Buccaneers, on the other hand, are waiting for the league to conclude their investigation and provide them with details of their findings so they can make a decision on his fate. This according to ESPN’s...

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Gil Arcia

The Crow’s Nest: Are the Buccaneers collapsing?

Web links on the Bucs and the Jameis Winston situation.

We may be witnessing the collapse of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers - The Falcoholic
They’re in more trouble than usual.

"Wouldn't You Fight That Instead Of Saying, 'I Want To Turn The Page?'" - JoeBucsFan.com
That strong denial was on the mind of premier NFL Network anchor and voice Rich Eisen.

Time To Be Great - JoeBucsFan.com
In some respects, Ian Beckles feels bad for America’s Quarterback, Pro Bowler Jameis Winston.

Brotherly love fuels...

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Tampa Bay was really good with three receivers on the field

Can the Bucs’ offense improve in their other personnel sets?

As the NFL enters the spread era, matchups have become more important than ever and teams employ a variety of strategies to get favorable matchups that can lead to big plays and points. The most basic strategies involve different personnel groupings and formations, mixing and matching players and moving them around. For example, motioning a running back lined up in the backfield into the slot and matching him up against a...

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The latest revelation may be the straw that breaks Jameis Winston’s back

What Brandon Banks may mean for Winston and the Bucs.

It appears that the latest on the Jameis Winston-Uber case is what will finally bring the investigation full circle.

On Friday, ESPN reported that former Vanderbilt player Brandon Banks serving time in jail for rape was the third Uber passenger along with Winston and Philadelphia Eagles defensive back Ronald Darby. However, the three were together only for one Uber ride. It was the second that is in question, where Banks said Winston left...

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Bucs rookie finds inspiration in brother who has cerebral palsy

Wide receiver Justin Watson is far from home in Tampa, but he's never without his source of inspiration -- his older brother Tommy.

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Gil Arcia

The Crow’s Nest: The bad look continues, Kwon the defender, and diva receivers.

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"I Want To See The Letter From The League" - JoeBucsFan.com
Mike Florio went very deep this morning into the Jameis Winston Uber hassle and the subsequent investigation and potential NFL findings that will or will not be made public.

Jameis Deal Shouldn't Stop Bucs From Winning - JoeBucsFan.com
There’s a fresh stain on the face of this franchise.

Kwon Steps Up - JoeBucsFan.com
With the news of a tentative three-game suspension of Jameis breaking...

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Ryan Fitzpatrick set to start at least three games for the 11th straight year

Buccaneers backup quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick is no one’s idea of a star quarterback. But with his longevity and consistency, he’s putting himself in some fairly rare company. Fitzpatrick is slated to start the first three games of this season while Jameis Winston is suspended. Fitzpatrick also started three games last year while Winston was injured. [more]

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Gil Arcia

Things aren’t getting better for Jameis Winston

The third person in the Winston-Uber case has been identified.

This situation for quarterback Jameis Winston appears to be getting worse. And ever since the shoe dropped on Wednesday, more have fallen ever since.

On Friday, the mystery third person in the Jameis Winston-Uber case has been revealed as former Vanderbilt football player Brandon Banks who is serving a 15-year sentence for aggravated rape and aggravated sexual battery. His lawyer, Mark Scrubbs, told ESPN what happened that night...

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Report: Jameis Winston was alone with Uber driver when alleged assault took place in 2016, contradicting earlier reports

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston was reportedly alone in an Uber when he allegedly sexually assaulted the female driver in 2016, contradicting earlier reports that multiple people were in the car with him.

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Witness: Jameis Winston was in Uber vehicle alone with accuser

Another revelation came out of the Jameis Winston saga on Friday, and it could be viewed as damaging for the Buccaneers quarterback. Mark Scruggs, attorney for a friend of Winston’s, Brandon Banks, said Winston did get into the car alone with the unnamed Uber driver that night in March 2016, when the accuser said Winston groped her. This came after the then-22-year-old quarterback was directed by friends to the Uber after being “unruly” at a Scottsdale, Ariz., nightclub. Scruggs said...

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New report leads to more questions in Winston case

Things seemingly aren’t getting any better for Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston as he faces a multi-game suspension from the NFL.By now, the story is well known. Back in 2016, Winston was accused of sexually abusing an Uber driver after a night out at a club in Arizona. When said driver went public with the allegations last November, the NFL immediately started an investigation.Initially, current Philadelphia Eagles cornerback and former Winston teammate at Florida State,...

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Friend: Winston was alone with Uber driver

A friend of Jameis Winston's who was with him the night the Buccaneers quarterback allegedly sexually abused an Uber driver says Winston left as the only passenger in the car.

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