Bryant Signs Franchise Tender

Tampa Bay wide receiver Antonio Bryant signed his franchise tender from the Buccaneers on Thursday, guaranteeing him a $9.884 million base salary in 2009. Bryant, 27, led Tampa Bay in receptions in his Bucs debut last season. In other news, former Bucs LB Derrick Brooks will hold a press conference at One Buc Place on Friday.

Former College Coach Speaks About Mike Williams

Former Syracuse head football coach Doug Marrone, who now coaches the Buffalo Bills, spoke about troubled Bucs receiver Mike Williams at the NFL owners meetings in Orlando Tuesday morning.

Lansansh Excited To See Former Bucs Teammates In D.C.

The Buccaneers will run into a couple familiar faces when they walk out onto Fedex Field to take on the Redskins this Sunday in the...

Bucs Jackson Says Winston Is "A Great Guy In The Locker Room"

For all of the character concerns surrounding quarterback Jameis Winston prior to the draft, one trait that was hardly ever questioned was his positive, energetic...
Bucs head coach Dirk Koetter – Photo by: Pewter Report

Bucs’ Koetter: Marpet Moving to Left Guard, Benenoch Wild Card For O-Line

The NFL Owners Meeting in Orlando, Florida had a busy media day on Tuesday, and for Bucs fans, that started with their head coach...

Bucs Sign Lorig & Watson, Release Crowell

The Buccaneers have signed seventh-round picks defensive end Erik Lorig and LB Dekoda Watson to four-year contracts. Tampa Bay released linebacker Angelo Crowell, safety Emanuel Cook, and long-snapper Chris Mauriello. Crowell was paid $2 million in 2009 and was on the Bucs injured reserve last season.

Miller Says Bucs Have Mixed Feelings About Win

 A day later Buccaneers defensive tackle Roy Miller wasn’t revealing in the Bucs 38-35 win over the Arizona Cardinals. Miller was part of a...

Bucs-Cardinals Preview

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will clash with the Arizona Cardinals at Raymond James Stadium on Sunday. What happened the last time these two teams met? How did they fare last week? Pewter Report has a preview of Sunday’s Bucs-Cardinals game.
Tampa Bay allowed the Bears 174 yards on the ground – Photo: Mark Lomoglio/PR

Defensive Unit Game Grades: Buccaneers vs. Bears

Sunday was a tale of inconsistency for the Buccaneers defense. After a fast start in each half – shutting Chicago out in the first...

5 Most Disappointing Bucs

0 lists the five players who disappointed us the most in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' 20-17 loss on Saturday night to the Jacksonville Jaguars. Which defensive players made the list? How many offensive players disappointed in the Bucs' first preseason loss of the year? Get answers to these questions and more in this must-read Pewter Insider article.