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Rutgers defensive coordinator Robb Smith will leave the program to join Greg Schiano on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers coaching staff.
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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have announced the completion of their 2013 coaching staff after making some recent reported signings official. Here is the list of the entire staff with information on the new hires (highlighted) from the team’s press release. Greg Schiano Head Coach Brian Angelichio Tight Ends Coach Bob Bostad Offensive Line Coach Jay Butler Head Strength and Conditioning...
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers played their first season in 1976 and got off to a rough start as they finished with a record of 2-26 through their first two seasons.Things got better as they made the playoffs for the first time following the 1979 season, and won a Super Bowl following the 2002 season.Throughout the years Tampa Bay has had many great coaches, players, and personnel. However...
Warren Sapp and Michael Strahan decided to hang it up at the same time.
The endgame is that they both ended up eligible for the Pro Football Hall of Fame during the 2013 class.
Now the two big personalities are bumping heads.
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ESPN The Magazine is doing a special for its February 18 music Issue. In it, athletes dress up as music stars on famous album covers.
Tampa Bay buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman was given the task of Michael Jackson and his classic Thriller album cover.
Per Larry Brown Sports via Stacey Pressman of ESPN The Mag, Freeman pulled the look off with flying colors.
At the mid-season mark of the 2012 NFL regular season, Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman looked as if he had finally found his stride. He looked like he was on the cusp of becoming the franchise quarterback that the Buccaneers had hoped that he would become. As the season went on however, Freeman’s play on the field regressed. He became jumpy in the pocket when bodies...
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Warren Sapp was surprised to get the Pro Football Hall of Fame nod over Michael Strahan, whom he called a media darling.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman is one of several athletes featured in ESPN The Magazine’s Feb. 18 Music Issue. In the issue, various athletes recreate notably music album covers. The one of Alex Morgan looking like Katy Perry is getting most of the attention (for good reason), but this photo of Freeman dressing like Michael Jackson for the cover of the Thriller album...