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With Brian Price in line to be the Buccaneers starting nose tackle and veteran Gary Gibson added this offseason to back him up, Roy Millers playing time is likely to dwindle barring an injury. Miller appears to be on the roster bubble heading into training camp. Source: Pro Football Weekly
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Getting fans back into the seats at Raymond James Stadium is the name of the game for the new-look Tampa Bay Buccaneers and first-year head coach Greg Schiano.
But giving folks the chance to watch more Bucs home games on TV has suddenly become part of the playbook, too.
The Bucs have announced plans to take advantage of the NFLs recently passed measure that reduces the percentage...