TAMPA, Fla. Its become something of a running bit for Tampa Bay Bucs head coach Greg Schiano to open his daily press briefing by stating what number workout has just been completed.
A reporter beat him to the punch Friday, triggering laughter throughout the room. But for the record, Day Seven of training camp was the most grueling yet, thanks to the extreme heat and lack of any breeze on the practice fields at One Buc Place.
Today was without a doubt the toughest day physically since weve been here, Schiano said. That flag didnt move a heck of a lot.
Understandably, Schiano and his team are looking forward to a change of scenery and a later workout time Saturday, when the Bucs hold their annual night practice at Raymond James Stadium. The event, free to the public, kicks off with an autograph session from 4 p.m.-6 p.m. (with gates opening at 4), followed by a live scrimmage and fireworks not to mention 1 hotdogs and soft drinks.
Im looking forward to tomorrow night; I think f...