PewterReport.com is excited to announce its partnership with CELSIUS energy drinks, which provide essential, functional energy for an active lifestyle.

The Pewter Report Podcast, energized by CELSIUS, is an audio hour four days a week consisting of news, analysis and inside scoop on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers delivered with a dose of humor and insight from Bucs beat writers Scott Reynolds, Mark Cook, Taylor Jenkins, Jon Ledyard and Matt Matera, who also serves as the show’s producer. Look for the Pewter Nation Podcast each week on PewterReport.com for your listening pleasure during the 2020 season.

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Whether you need an extra boost at the gym or a delicious pick-me-up to help you hustle through your workday, CELSIUS is here to help you stay active and focused on your goals. Made with only the best ingredients, CELSIUS has no artificial preservatives or flavors, no aspartame or high fructose corn syrup, and it’s very low in sodium.

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CELSIUS, Live Fit

Jon is joined by cap specialist Brad Spielberger of Pro Football Talk to discuss the Bucs’ salary cap situation for next season. They get into how they can retain their top free agents and how they can maneuver some of other player’s contracts in order to keep the roster in tact for a repeat as Super Bowl champions. Hear it all on the Pewter Report Podcast, energized by CELSIUS.

And make sure that you’re subscribed to our Youtube channel so you can watch each of our live broadcasts.

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Michael76
5 months ago

Yes, 2021 is an all-in year … so it makes sense that the Bucs leverage the future to some degree… but it goes beyond that. There is a reduced salary cap…. and more than a few teams will have dump salaries and in the process… there will be more good free agents available. With less money available… @-- who wouldn’t take a shot at hardware on a one year deal @-- the Tom Brady affect is still in play @-- defensively… after all the comments about how fun it is to play for Todd Bowles, who wouldn’t think they could… Read more »

Last edited 5 months ago by Michael76
compewterpirate
5 months ago

Seriously, you’re suggesting paying Chris Godwin $16 million next year and Gronk $3.5 million??? Look, Godwin was a stud, as usual, in the regular season, but for whatever reason he severely under-performed in the post season and was a non-factor in the Super Bowl. Gronk on the other hand took time to get up to game speed in the regular season, but was a stud in the post season and with just one more TD could easily have been MVP in the Superbowl. Bearing in mind Cameron Brate is due $6.5 million next season the idea of paying Gronk $3.5… Read more »