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Season Wrap-Up Issue Now Available
The Pewter Report Season Wrap-Up issue has been mailed to subscribers and is available in PDF format. This 80-page issue features new Bucs head coach Raheem Morris on the cover and includes articles, columns and commentary regarding the 2008 season and a look ahead to the 2009 offseason.
   
Mangurian Expected To Coach Tampa Bay's Offensive Line
New England tight ends coach Pete Mangurian has been hired by the Buccaneers and is expected to coach the offensive line. Mangurian has previous NFL experience coaching the offensive line in Denver, New York and Atlanta. Mangurian was the head coach at Cornell in 1999 when Raheem Morris was an assistant there.
   
Baker To Coach Bucs' Defensive Backs
Tampa Bay is expected to fill its vacant defensive backs coaching job by hiring former Denver linebackers coach Joe Baker. Baker spent two seasons with Denver, one of which was with new Bucs defensive coordinator Jim Bates.
   
Bucs To Interview Titans QBs Coach Johnson
Tennessee Titans quarterbacks coach Craig Johnson has been granted permission to interview for Tampa Bay's vacant offensive coordinator position. Johnson has worked with QBs such as Steve McNair, Kerry Collins, Billy Volek and Billy Volek during his tenure in Tennessee.
   
Pewter Report Chat Session - 1PM Wednesday
PewterReport.com will host a 30-minute chat session from the Tampa Convention Center in preparation for Super Bowl XLIII, which will be played at Raymond James Stadium on Sunday. Bring your Bucs-related questions to the chat session, which will begin at 1:00 p.m. ET on Wednesday.
  
Chat Transcript - 1/28
Want the latest news on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers? Pewter Report hosted a 30-minute chat session at the Tampa Convention Center in preparation for Super Bowl XLIII on Wednesday afternoon. Get the latest Bucs news and more by reading this chat transcript.
   
Bucs Sign WR Mix
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have signed another wide receiver, but no, it's not Antonio Bryant or Michael Clayton, who are scheduled to become free agents on February 27. PewterReport.com is reporting the Bucs signed former Auburn WR/TE Anthony Mix, who played with RB Cadillac Williams in college, to a two-year contract.
   
Bucs Continue Search For Offensive Coordinator
Tampa Bay head coach Raheem Morris made himself available to the media at the Tampa Convention Center in preparation for Super Bowl XLIII on Wednesday. Read Morris' comments on the team's search for an offensive coordinator and more in this Q&A session.
   
Muir On The Firing Of Gruden: "It's Wrong"
Ex-Bucs O-line coach Bill Muir had a revealing interview with WFAN's Mike Francesa on Monday and discussed Jon Gruden's firing. Muir implied that Monte Kiffin's looming departure to the University of Tennessee was a "distraction" and said the offense "overachieved" under Gruden. Find out what else Muir said.
   
Gruden Breaks Silence
Former Tampa Bay head coach Jon Gruden spoke out publicly for the first time since being fired on Jan. 17. In a conversation with ESPN, Gruden said he was proud of what the Bucs accomplished during his seven-year tenure in Tampa Bay and responded to recent criticism from some of his former players.
   
Bucs Hire Jagodzinski As Offensive Coordinator
The Bucs have hired former Boston College head coach Jeff Jagodzinski as the team's offensive coordinator. The 45-year old Jagodzinski has 14 years of college coaching experience and eight years of NFL experience. He served as an offensive line coach in Atlanta from 2003-05 and as Green Bay's offensive coordinator in 2006.
  
What To Expect From Jagodzinski's Offense
What will the Bucs offense look like under the direction of new offensive coordinator Jeff Jagodzinski? Will they be a West Coast offense? Will the passing attack be vertical? What is Jagodzinski's coaching style? Find out the answers to these questions plus some background on Jagodzinski's offense at Boston College.
  
PI Quick Hits
What is the projection for the Buccaneers' plan in the first two rounds of draft at this time? What young linebacker is knocking on the door in terms of seeing the field on defense? What blockers stood out to Clifton Smith in opening up holes for his returns? Find out the answers in this PI Quick Hits.
   
Demoff Leaves Bucs For Rams
Bucs senior assistant Kevin Demoff has left the Tampa Bay organization to become the St. Louis Rams executive vice president of football operations and chief operating officer. Demoff, 32, played a key role in negotiating contracts and salary cap forecasting for the Bucs organization over the past three seasons.
   
Steelers Win Super Bowl XLIII
The Pittsburgh Steelers downed the Arizona Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII in Tampa on Sunday, 27-23. Steelers WR Santanio Holmes, who was named the Super Bowl MVP, caught the game-winning touchdown pass from QB Ben Roethlisberger with just 45 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter.
   
Bucs Make Coaching Moves; Williams Promoted

Tampa Bay has hired former Green Bay DTs coach Robert Nunn. Nunn and Todd Wash will serve as Tampa Bay's D-line coaches. The Bucs also officially named Joe Baker the new DBs coach and Kurt Shultz the strength and conditioning coach. Doug Williams has been retained and promoted.

  
Flynn's Focus
Do the Bucs need to target a wide receiver in the 2009 NFL Draft? How much risk is involved in selecting a wide receiver in the first round? You might be surprised by the data provided in this Pewter Insider column.
   
Bucs Hire Former Boston College Coach Logan
Tampa Bay recently hired former Boston College offensive coordinator Steve Logan. He is reunited with former Boston College head coach Jeff Jagodzinski, who was hired as Tampa Bay's offensive coordinator last month. Logan will serve as either the running backs or tight ends coach for the Buccaneers.
  
2009 Bucs Draft Prospect: Wallace
Do the Buccaneers have a need for a fast receiver who can get downfield? Would Mike Wallace be a good fit in new offensive coordinator Jeff Jagodzinski’s offense? Is Tampa Bay interested in the Ole Miss product? Find out the answers to these questions in this draft prospect profile.
  
PI Quick Hits
What is the Quick Hits plan for the 2009 offseason? What cheap quarterback, running back, and wide receiver would be steals for Tampa Bay? Who should the Bucs draft with their early picks? Find out the answers to these questions in this Pewter Insider column.
   
Pewter Report Chat Session - 1PM Tuesday
PewterReport.com will host a 30-minute chat session on Tuesday afternoon. Bring your Bucs-related questions and thoughts on free agency to the chat session, which will begin at 1:00 p.m. ET on Tuesday.
  
Chat Transcript - 2/10
Want the latest news on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers? Pewter Report hosted a 30-minute chat session on Tuesday afternoon. Who will the Bucs target in free agency, which starts on Feb. 27? Find out by reading this chat transcript.
   
Bucs Re-Sign QB McCown
The Bucs have re-signed QB Luke McCown. The 27-year-old signal caller was scheduled to become a free agent on Feb. 27 before he signed a two-year contract worth $7.5 million. McCown, who could earn as much as $14 million with incentives, will have the opportunity to compete for the starting job.
   
McCown: "I'll Compete For The Starting Job"
Tampa Bay QB Luke McCown signed a 2-year contract extension on Monday to stay out of next month's free agent market, and gave his reaction to remaining a Buccaneer to Pewter Report in this exclusive interview. Find out what McCown had to say about why he re-signed, learning under Jon Gruden and his leadership qualities.
   
Follow PewterReport.com Through Twitter
Follow PewterReport.com on Twitter for all the up-to-date news blurbs and story alerts regarding the Bucs. New to Twitter? Read this story for a Twitter explanation and to learn how you can begin following Pewter Report with our daily updates.
   
Free Agency Preview Now Available
The Pewter Report Free Agency Preview is available in PDF format and will be mailed to subscribers soon. If you can't wait for this must-read issue to arrive in the mail, Bucs fans can pick up a complimentary copy at TV 32's Family Guy Fun Zone at the Florida State Fair this weekend.
  
Flynn's Focus
Should Tampa Bay select a quarterback with the 19th overall pick in the 2009 NFL Draft? Would the Bucs be better off selecting a quarterback or wide receiver in the first round? Find out in this Pewter Insider column.
   
Pewter Report's 2009 Mock Draft
Pewter Report unveils its first mock draft of 2009 in this article. Find out who the Buccaneers are projected to select with the 19th overall pick in the 2009 NFL Draft. What weapon will the Falcons land for quarterback Matt Ryan? How will New Orleans address its defense? Check out this projection of the first round.
   
Bucs Finalize Coaching Staff
The Buccaneers have completed the hiring process of their coaching staff. Steve Logan will coach RBs, Alfredo Roberts will coach TEs and Chris Mosely will serve as an assistant OL coach. Jay Kaiser will serve as Raheem Morris' assistant. Get a finalized roster of the Bucs coaches by clicking here.
  
2009 Bucs Draft Prospect: Harvin
Do the Buccaneers have a need for an explosive wide receiver that is a touchdown producer? Would Percy Harvin be a good fit in the Bucs new offense? Find out the answers to these questions in this Draft Prospect Profile.
 
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