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According to Patrick Southern of CBS Sports, undrafted free agent Leonard Johnson is not expected to make the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 53-man roster.
Johnson was initially projected as a potential Day 2 pick in the early stages of the draft process, but his stock plummeted after a poor showing at the combine. He remained one of the most physical defensive backs in the 2012 draft class, however, so it came as a surprise when he went undrafted. He will likely end up on the Bucs practice squad if he isn’t picked up by another team.
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive end Adrian Clayborn clearly isn’t too fond of the Tampa media after tweeting that they’re “wack” since he can’t wash his a** in privacy.
Yo these reporters in the lockerroom after practice is wack. Can I wash my *** in privacy.
— Adrian Clayborn (@AJaClay) August 22, 2012
Young players like Clayborn will only learn the hard way that...
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are giving Jordan Shipley a chance to revive his NFL career just a few days after the 26-year-old wide receiver was waived by the Cincinnati Bengals.
The former Texas star was the AFC's leading rookie receiver in 2010 before tearing ligaments in his left knee in Cincinnati's second game last year.
The Bengals thought Shipley had lost a step when...
Rookie New England Patriots running back/special teamer Jeff Demps made his debut today in a state he's rather familiar with.
In Day 1 of the Patriots' joint training with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the recent silver medalist got in on the action after waiting the NFL allotted three days after signing. To throw a little bit of salt on the wounds: the Bucs were also...
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were awarded wide receiver Jordan Shipley off waivers Monday afternoon. A third-round pick in 2010, Shipley was released by the Cincinnati Bengals on Friday.
Last season, Shipley tore his ACL and didn't seem to be 100 percent in the Bengals' first two preseason games this year; catching just one pass. However, he is just two years removed from...
There are few teams who care more about their community than the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. And their preseason game on Friday, against the Tennessee Titans, proved that. Along side the rest of the teams in the NFL, the Bucs opened up their stadium and created a cheer camp for young girls to learn cheerleading from [...]
Schiano & Belichick during joint practices.
During his post practice press conference, head coach Greg Schiano confirmed that left tackle Donald Penn and newly acquired wide receiver Jordan Shipley will see the playing field tomorrow against the New England Patriots.
When asked about Shipley and if he knew enough of the offense to play tomorrow, coach Schiano, “We can spoon...
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers take the field Friday night against the New England Patriots in the third preseason game for both teams.
The Bucs are currently 1-1 this preseason and are coming off a 30-7 loss to the Tennessee Titans last week.
Here is what Buccaneers101.com is looking forward to seeing on Friday when the Bucs and Pats go head-to-head:
1. Can the Bucs keep up with the Patriots...
We all remember Jon Gruden as the coach with the “scowl” looks and the one who finally lead the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a Super Bowl victory. But Warren Sapp remembers Jon Gruden’s motivational speech he gave to players before the NFC Championship game against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Via Deadspin, Sapp remembers the speech Jon Gruden gave to the team before the game very...
The general consensus is that preseason football games are meaningless. After all, a win or a loss in the preseason is worth zilch once the regular season rolls around.
But Friday night's game needs to be treated as a big deal for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Because the Bucs square off against the New England Patriots and they have something to prove to them and the...
The NFC South is known for high-powered offenses, fluent running games, and a young, rebuilding Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Between Tampa Bay, Carolina, Atlanta, and New Orleans, some of the most exciting skill position players showcase their talents every home game in their respective cities. The Most Elusive series identifies the division’s top dogs that troubles defenses every week...
The first half of preseason is over. And while some believe that preseason is frivolous, that is not entirely true. Here are five facts that we have gleamed from the first two preseason games.5. RB Doug MartinLast year the Buccaneers ranked 30th in rushing offense. They ran the ball fewer than any team in the league with 346 attempts.Enter rookie Doug Martin out of Boise State....
The New England Patriots visit the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium on Friday at 7:30 p.m.
The Patriots (2011) The Buccaneers (2011)
Overall 13-3 Overall 4-12
Road record 6-2 Home record ...
Seabass is back and let’s hope it’s for good.
(via Patriots joint practice with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers)