Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports As the NFL pushes forward towards the season, some wonder if it's even worth it... The NFL has already cancelled every off-season workout and program which normally precedes training camps across the league.
Behind Enemy Lines is a weekly look at Tampa Bay’s NFC South foes every Tuesday morning. Let’s spy on the Bucs’ division rivals, shall we? Atlanta Falcons • The Falcons have taken a page out of the Buccaneers’ diversity playbook, announcing they have added two females to their scouting department.
It looks like Patrick Mahomes won’t be hurting for money anytime soon. The reigning Super Bowl MVP and quarterback of the Kansas City Chiefs, who has taken the league by storm in his first two years as a starter, signed a record contract yesterday with the Chiefs.
If there’s anyone that can speak to how well Tom Brady can perform, it’s Pro Football Hall of Famer and former teammate, Randy Moss, who caught 259 passes for 3,904 yards and 50 touchdowns from Brady in his four years with New England from 2007-10.
As the NFL and NFL Players Association try to hammer out a deal that would finalize coronavirus protocols for training camp, recent comments from Buccaneers tackle Ali Marpet illustrate the challenge the NFLPA faces in protecting players.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ offense is shaping up to be one of the most exciting units in the NFL heading into 2020. But with the New Orleans Saints the defending champs of the NFC South, the Bucs will have their work cut out for them as they seek a return to the postseason for the first time in over a decade.
The Buccaneers’ defense ranked 15th overall last season, but it was truly a tale of two units. The rush defense was tops in the league, holding opponents to just 73.8 yards per game, 13 yards less than the team in second, the New York Jets (86.9).
It certainly doesn’t suck to be Tom Brady. Not only will the six-time Super Bowl champion being playing in front of a revived fan base in Tampa this season, but he’s also got a pretty sweet life off the field with his family.