Found July 26, 2013 on Pro Football Zone:
Darrelle Revis took a bit of a shot at his former organization in an interview with Warren Sapp on NFL Network on Thursday. “It’s more of a family here,” Revis told Warren Sapp on NFL Network’s “Inside Training Camp Live.” “Everybody is real tight here. We all get along, everybody is fine. There’s no nitpicking. No small stories leaking out to be bigger stories,” Revis said. “Everybody is on the same page here, and we want to win.” – July 25th It’s obvious that Revis is much more comfortable in his new setting. The Buccaneers can only hope that Revis will feel comfortable on the field when the regular season rolls around as well. Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Darrelle Revis on the Buccaneers “It’s more of a family here” appeared first on Pro Football Zone.

Darrelle Revis nervous: “I didn’t sleep too good”

Despite being the best cornerback in the NFL and worth $96 million dollars, Darrelle Revis still gets the jitters before training camp. Please click here to read this story. The post Darrelle Revis nervous: “I didn’t sleep too good” appeared first on Players View.

Darrelle Revis participated in team drills at camp

Earlier this week the Buccaneers decided to not place cornerback Darrelle Revis on the PUP list. According to Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times,  Revis participated in 7 on 7 drills today. Bucs CB Darelle Revis is participating in seven-on-seven drills for the first time. — Rick Stroud (@NFLSTROUD) July 26, 2013 This is great news for Revis and the Bucs.  It’s still unclear...

Darrelle Revis says of Buccaneers “It’s more of a family here”

Darrelle Revis took a bit of a shot at his former organization in an interview with Warren Sapp on NFL Network on Thursday. “It’s more of a family here,” Revis told Warren Sapp on NFL Network’s “Inside Training Camp Live.” “Everybody is real tight here. We all get along, everybody is fine. There’s no nitpicking. No small stories leaking out to be bigger stories...

Revis progressing from knee injury

Darrelle Revis isn't predicting if he'll be ready to play in Tampa Bay's season opener, however the Buccaneers remain optimistic he will. The three-time All-Pro cornerback missed most of last season with the New York Jets because of a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. The Bucs acquired him in a trade this spring in exchange for the 13th overall pick...

Darrelle Revis takes a subtle shot at the Jets

The shiniest addition to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers offseason without a doubt is Darrelle Revis. The former Jets cornerback is expected to help a defense that struggled a year ago, and the Bucs hope he can perform at the All-Pro level. That appeared to be one of the reasons the Jets allowed him to walk, as they didn’t feel ike the was worth the money he was demanding, which wasn’t...

Bucs CB Revis shakes off rust in first practice with new team

For the first time in a while maybe in his career cornerback Darrelle Revis feels like he is part of a football family. But you might be surprised which family member his new Buccaneers teammates consider him. "The younger guys on the team are calling me 'Grandpa' " Revis said. "That's my new nickname. I was like 'Wait guys this is only my seventh...

Bucs' Darrelle Revis eager to make most of second chance

TAMPA, Fla. -- When he winced in pain on the Sun Life Stadium grass last September, with his future uncertain and the situation tense, Darrelle Revis prepared for the worst but hoped for a second life.He allowed his mind to consider a dark thought: "I've played six years, and it could be gone that fast." At the time, with pain surging from his left knee, Revis had little...

Bucs' Bryan Glazer excited about team's direction

TAMPA, Fla. -- As the Tampa Bay Buccaneers prepare to enter their second season under coach Greg Schiano, co-chairman Bryan Glazer can sense a rising interest in the team.Offseason acquisitions included signing cornerback Darrelle Revis and safety Dashon Goldson in an attempt to correct the NFL's worst pass defense from last season. The Bucs also extended the contract of productive...

NFL Training Camp: Where beat writers put fans into panic

Let’s get something straight. . .Robert Griffin III is still recovering from major offseason knee surgery and probably won’t play in any preseason games. Percy Harvin does have a serious concern about his hip and is heading to New York to see a doctor about it, and there are definitely reasons to be concerned in Tampa about Darrelle Revis coming off of knee surgery himself. Those...

Warren Sapp on 2013 Buccaneers: 'I love this team'

TAMPA, Fla. -- Offseason changes have intrigued one former high-profile Tampa Bay Buccaneers player: Warren Sapp.Sapp, who will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Aug. 3, stopped by One Buc Place on the first day of training camp Thursday and shared his thoughts on the current team. He was present for his duties as an NFL Network analyst, but the former defensive tackle...

Optimism abounds among fans at Bucs nighttime practice

TAMPA, Fla. -- The start is like daybreak on a clear morning: All sunshine, little heat. Around NFL training camps in late July, the skies are clear, the dreams large, and for those who follow the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the positive feelings flow. "Realistically, 10, 11 wins, playoffs, who knows from there?" said Brent McUmber, 29, a fan from Clermont, Fla., as he stood...

Players Tells How Warren Sapp Paid Off $15K Bet with Strippers

We see the same story over and over again of how athletes, who make millions during their careers, are left with practically nothing after they retire. They’re usually struggling to pay old debt,s or you hear of them losing homes or other such tragedies. I used to sit back and wonder how this could happen. For example, how could ex-NFL star Warren Sapp be left broke? Well one of...

Hall of Fame Class Of 2013: Profiling Warren Sapp

My dad has followed football for most of his life, first being the fan of the Miami Dolphins and then of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. I started following football in the mid-1990’s and my dad’s team, the Buccaneers, became my team.Prior to divisional realignment in 2002, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers spent 25 seasons in the black and blue NFC Central division, meaning they played each...
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