Greg Schiano is back at Rutgers in his second stint as the school’s head football coach. He has had a long and winding road back to Rutgers that also included an extremely brief time as Michigan’s head coach.
Big chance to shine as D-Jax welcomes his old team into his new home When DeSean Jackson joined the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2017, his arrival was supposed to give a significant boost to the offense, and to quarterback Jameis Winston.
Down several key players, the Bucs are looking to the practice squad for help. Tampa Bay announced the elevations of tight end Deon Yelder and cornerback Rashard Robinson from the practice squad to the active roster.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are hoping to extend their franchise-record 10-game winning streak in Week 3, but they’re facing a tough test in their first road game of the season, as they head to the west coast to take on the Los Angeles Rams.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a banged-up defensive backfield, and there’s an All-Pro corner still looking for a job. Richard Sherman’s track record speaks for itself, and his skill set matches perfectly with Todd Bowles’ scheme, making him a logical fit for a team primed to repeat as Super Bowl champions.
Which Tampa Bay players can continue to climb up the franchise and all-time leaderboards in this Sunday’s game against the Rams? Dating back to December 2020, the Buccaneers have won 10 games in a row.
The Bucs still have wide receiver Antonio Brown and Kevin Minter on the Reserve/COVID-19 list. With two days to go before the Bucs face the Rams in Los Angeles, the window is closing to get them cleared to play.
The news that had been expected has now become official: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have ruled edge rusher Jason Pierre-Paul and wide receiver Jaydon Mickens out of Sunday's game at the Los Angeles Rams, the team announced in its injury report.
This week's matchup between the Bucs and Rams has a ton of star power. Both rosters are littered with some of the game's best players at their respective positions. Don't count out the not-so-famous players, though.
Richard Sherman‘s July arrest put quite a damper on his market, but things are starting to heat back up. Several days ago, we heard that the 49ers remain interested in a reunion with the five-time Pro Bowler, and Tom Pelissero of NFL.com reported this morning that multiple teams have reached out to Sherman recently.