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Will the Buccaneers be active in free agency looking for a veteran defensive tackle or end? Pewter Report’s Mark Cook offers up the insight and the Bucs’ Best Bets in the DL Free Agency Preview.
Will the Buccaneers be active in free agency looking for a veteran linebacker? Pewter Report’s Mark Cook offers up the insight and the Bucs’ Best Bets in the LB Free Agency Preview.
Will the Buccaneers be active in free agency looking for a veteran cornerback? Pewter Report’s Mark Cook offers up the insight and the Bucs’ Best Bets in the CB Free Agency Preview.
Will the Buccaneers be looking for a veteran safety in free agency? Pewter Report’s Mark Cook offers up the insight and the Bucs’ Best Bets in the S Free Agency Preview.
In order to build a solid foundation for his football team, Tampa Bay head coach Greg Schiano needs the full support of the Buccaneers when it comes to hiring coaches, free agency and the draft, according to Pewter Report's Mark Cook.

Bucs' gamble to go with a youth movement for a second straight season failed miserably as hindsight suggests that Tampa Bay should have looked towards free agency for experienced players and leaders.

Thursday, 29 December 2011 08:29

In The Lab: WR Ed Gant

Wide receiver Ed Gant has been on the Buccaneers practice squad all season long after a sensational preseason finale at Washington. Find out what has Tampa Bay excited about this 6-foot-3, 200-pound receiver.

Wednesday, 30 November 2011 02:10

Stroughter Upbeat Despite Roller Coaster Career

Third-year receiver Sammie Stroughter has returned from yet another injury and ready to help the Buccaneers’ kick return game.

Wednesday, 30 November 2011 02:10

In The Lab: SS Ahmad Black

The Buccaneers are still high on rookie strong safety Ahmad Black, the team's fifth-round pick in 2011, as he shows improvement on a weekly basis on Tampa Bay's practice squad.

With a 4-3 record heading into the bye week, the Buccaneers play has been slightly above average. If Tampa Bay finishes anywhere from 9-7 to 7-9, evaluating personnel becomes more difficult for the Bucs’ brass.

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Point-Counterpoint: Will Schiano Return In 2014? Point-Counterpoint: Will Schiano Return In 2014? Will Buccaneers head coach Greg Schiano be retained or removed in 2014? That's the topic that Pewter Reporters Mark Cook and Scott Reynolds debate in this month's Point-Counterpoint.
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