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Tampa Bay quarterback Josh Freeman heads into the offseason knowing that his long-term future with the team is uncertain, despite throwing for more than 4,000 yards and 27 touchdowns in 2012. Buccaneers general manager Mark Dominik told the Tampa Tribune that the team has no plans to give the 25-year-old Freeman an extension and that a quarterback likely will be added through free agency or the draft. Freeman's contract expires after next year. But despite finishing 7-9 and missing the playoffs for the fifth straight year, Dominik didn't write off Freeman. "If you look at what Josh did over a 16-week season and take it all in, you realize there are areas you are very excited about and things he did this year that were as good as he's been," Dominik told the Tribune. But as good as Freeman was, he did struggle at times. He threw 17 interceptions and his completion percentage was only 54.8 percent. "Obviously, Josh wants to have a higher completi...
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Former Oakland Raiders wide receiver is claiming that then-head coach Bill Callahan sabotaged the team's appearance in Super Bowl XXXVII.
Roy Cummings of the Tampa Tribune reports that Buccaneers would like to bring back TE Dallas Clark for “at least” one more year.
“I was certainly happy with the way Dallas Clark played this year. He played 16 solid games and he stayed healthy, which is what a lot of people’s concerns were,” said GM Mark Dominik.
Clark finished the season with 47 catches for 435 yards...
With the recent comments from former Raiders wide receiver Tim Brown that his former head coach Bill Callahan sabotaged Super Bowl XXXVIII, some of the Buccaneers’ players from their championship team sounded off.
Of course former Bucs’ defensive tackle Warren Sapp and former wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson had something to say.
“You’re telling me (Callahan) threw it, Super...
Former Oakland and Tampa Bay receiver Tim Brown sounds as if he is still hurting from the Raiders Super Bowl XXXVII loss to the Bucs a decade ago. So hurt that he can’t remember if he said former head coach Bill Callahan sabotaged the game plan or not. Let’s take a trip down memory lane. Here is what Brown said Saturday on SiriusXM NFL Radio: “We all called it sabotage . ....
Rich Gannon quarterbacked the Raiders in their Super Bowl 37 loss. (Credit: AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
Earlier today, former Raiders wide receiver Tim Brown made a shocking revelation when he claimed that then-head coach Bill Callahan tried to throw the game when the Raiders and Buccaneers faced off in Super Bowl 37. In that game, Jon Gruden, who coached the Raiders for four years...
It’s been ten years since the Tampa Bay Buccaneers faced off against the Oakland Raiders in Super Bowl XXXVII, a game that saw Tampa Bay pick off league MVP Rich Gannon five times, returning three for scores as the Bucs ran away with a 48-21 victory. Jon Gruden was the Raiders’ coach from 1998-01 and [...]