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Encouraged by his club's latest injury report, Buccaneers coach Raheem Morris heads into the bye week confident Tampa Bay is poised to make a strong playoff push in the next two months.
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When Coach Raheem Morris reflects on Tampa Bay's first seven games, he doesn't see red.
Josh Freeman was intercepted 4 times on Sunday in the loss to the BearsTAMPA — The headline is the understatement of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers season. The Bucs got outplayed, out hustled and out matched by the Chicago Bears Sunday in London. Now as they head into their bye week, Tampa has a lot of things they need to sort out if they want to make a serious run at a championship...
The Bucs are optimistic their worrisome running back situation is about to improve.
Coach Raheem Morris said he expects starter LeGarrette Blount to return to the lineup after this week's bye, saying he should be ready to go when the Bucs travel to New Orleans in 11 days. Blount has missed two games with a knee injury, a problem that was compounded last Sunday when his replacement...
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Josh Freeman is establishing a reputation as a quarterback who knows how to close out games, however Tampa Bay's propensity for starting slowly continues to haunt the NFL's youngest team.
The Bucs (4-3) dropped in a tie for second place in the NFC South following a 24-18 victory to the Chicago Bears in London. They flew home Monday to begin a bye week that will provide some...
Encouraged by his club's latest injury report, Buccaneers coach Raheem Morris heads into the bye week confident that Tampa Bay is poised to make a strong playoff push in the next two months.
By IRA KAUFMAN TAMPA—The Buccaneers have thrived where others fear to tread. Under head coach Raheem Morris, Tampa Bay has reeled off two consecutive wins at the Superdome heading into a crucial NFC South matchup at New Orleans Nov. 6. A victory after the bye week would give the Bucs…
The beat-up Bucs are taking it easy this week, conducting just one practice during this bye week. They're on the field now for a 90-minute workout, and a couple key injured players are back on the field.
Defensive tackle Gerald McCoy (ankle) and linebacker Mason Foster (ankle) are participating. Additionally, running back LeGarrette Blount (knee) worked with the team during...