Found December 22, 2011 on Bucs Beat:
Ronde Barber's greatest play, a 92-yard interception return for a touchdown to clinch the NFC Championship game in Philadelphia, came despite playing with the worst injury of his career. Five weeks earlier, Barber tore the posterior cruciate ligament in his right knee in a game at Detroit. "I try not to care about injuries, to be honest with you,'' Barber said. "If I can go through it, I go through it. I had a few this year that I've played through and dealt with.'' At 36, Barber is one of the NFL's iron men. On Saturday at Carolina, Barber will play in his 224th NFL game, tying retired linebacker Derrick Brooks for the most in team history. He could stand alone with that distinction by playing at Atlanta Jan. 1.  Barber was unaware of the milestone until informed by a Bucs' staff member. "It's a reward for consistency, I guess,'' Barber said. "I do have a high pain threshold.'' Barber said he missed a bowl game...

Notes: Barber set to equal Bucs record for games played

While closing in on an impressive franchise milestone, Bucs cornerback Ronde Barber is preparing for a daunting assignment Saturday at Carolina.

Rookie linebacker Foster leads Bucs in tackles

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers Raheem Morris: "You've got to learn through adversity"

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Guest Entry: Coaching Poll

Guest Author: Anonymous Yes, we have had some horrible coaches here in Tampa Bay, but who do you personally feel was the worst coach? John McKay Ray Perkins Richard Williamson Sam Wyche Tony Dungy Jon Gruden Raheem Morris I have not included Leeman Bennett, as that would make this too easy. [See what I'll accept to keep the posts going this week? This is terrible. -- Scott]

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will select….in the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft

What a trainwreck of a season which has emerged from One Buccaneer Place this season, and with so many questions surrounding the club at the end of the year with so much uncertainty, it might be too early to speculate for the 2012 season, but speculation has never stopped me before. Who would the Tampa Bay Buccaneers select in the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft? Where...

Bucs face prospect of life without Talib

Critics of the Buccaneers' decision to keep Aqib Talib are about to find out just what life without the incendiary cornerback would be like.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers team report: Cornerback topping the list of team needs for 2012

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Carolina Panthers (5-9) vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-10)

The Panthers are rolling now as they have won three of their last four games.  Just three weeks ago, they thumped the Buccaneers 38-19 at Tampa.  The Buccaneers have lost 8 games in a row and they have not played a close game in the last 3 weeks.  Here is a look at the matchups in this game: When the Panthers have the ball:  The Panthers are going to likely run a balanced offense...

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Carolina Panthers: Lineups and analysis

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Matchups: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Carolina Panthers

Key stats, starting lineups, injuries and schedules.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers wary of Carolina Panthers' penchant for trick plays

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