2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
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19hJenna Laine

Bucs to support CB's sister at Olympics party

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will hold an Olympics watch party prior to hitting the practice field Monday morning to watch Anna Cockrell, the sister of cornerback Ross Cockrell, compete in Semifinal 3 of the women's 400-meter hurdles at the Tokyo Olympics.

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2dMike Triplett

Saints' Winston relishing 'opportunity to execute'

In competition with Taysom Hill for the Saints' No. 1 spot on the quarterback depth chart, New Orleans' Jameis Winston is focusing on his decision-making skills at training camp, and taking "what they give you."

Arians: Crowds at Bucs practice helped players' energy (0:31)
2d
Alex Smith takes issue with the Madden 22 QB ratings (1:42)
2d
Has Tom Brady inspired Aaron Rodgers to be more outspoken? (1:07)
4d
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6dJenna Laine

Arians balks over wristband-wearing criticism

Bucs coach Bruce Arians took issue with any suggestion he was doing anything wrong by not requiring players to wear vaccine-identifying wristbands in outdoor practice.

Either Tom Brady's accuracy is amazing or this is some great editing (0:21)
7d
Fournette not totally opposed to getting vaccinated (1:18)
8d
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8dJenna Laine

Bucs' Fournette will mull vaccine despite tweet

Buccaneers running back Leonard Fournette said Sunday that his decision on whether to get the COVID-19 vaccine isn't set in stone despite his now-deleted tweet in which he indicated he was against the idea.

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9dJenna Laine

NFL to fine unvaccinated players $15K for lapses

Every violation of COVID-19 procedures by an unvaccinated player will lead to a $14,650 fine by the league this season. The rule was brought to light after Bucs coach Bruce Arians made mention of it in a report.

Which team can stop the Bucs from repeating as Super Bowl champs? (2:08)
10d
A deeper dive into the Bucs' Super Bowl rings (0:40)
10d
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10dJenna Laine

Bucs get glitzy SB rings honoring hometown win

Tampa Bay's Super Bowl LV rings, unveiled in a private ceremony for the Buccaneers on Thursday night, pay tribute to the NFL's first league championship won in a team's own stadium in front of hometown fans.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards289.12nd
Rushing Yards94.9Tied-28th
Points For30.83rd
Points Against22.225th