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 for your listening pleasure during the 2020 season.

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Scott and Jon react to J.J. Watt signing with the Arizona Cardinals and break down what free agents could potentially sign with the Bucs during this year’s free agency. Hear it all on the Pewter Report Podcast, energized by CELSIUS.


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The Wall
The Wall
1 year ago

Your description of Barrett as “very good” but not great is spot on. The key to our pass rush this past year was Vea. When he was in there pushing up the middle, everybody was better. When he wasn’t in there, our pass rush was mediocre at best. That said, Barrett is certainly worth signing but I would take my chances on signing a free agent with roughly equivalent numbers, rather than signing Barrett for $18,000,000+ per year.