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Glazer Suggests Bucs Home Games Could Be Blacked Out
Bucs co-chairman Joel Glazer spoke to PewterReport.com at the NFL Owners' Meetings in Orlando on Wednesday morning. Glazer talked about the team's approach to free agency, the upcoming draft and reports and rumors regarding ownership's financial commitment to the Buccaneers. Read the Q&A in this article.
   
Pewter Report Free Agency Issue Now Available
The Pewter Report Free Agency issue is now available. Bucs fans can read each article from our magazine just like they do any other article on PewterReport.com. This issue offers position-by-position previews, analysis and commentary regarding the Bucs as it relates to the free agent signing period.
   
Pewter Report Big Board 2.0
PewterReport.com profiles the top 32 players in this re-vamped draft board. Who grades out at number one? Who is the top-ranked defensive tackle? What receiver is ranked first? What players have dropped off? Who is moving up? Find out in this draft big board.
   
Bucs Begin Revamped Offseason Training Program
Tampa Bay will start its 14 week voluntary offseason training program on Monday. The team has implemented several new changes to the program this year, including moving all OTAs back until after the draft. Head strength and conditioning coach Kurtis Shultz has also added new workouts to the program.
   
Bucs Re-Sign LB Crowell, WR Bradley Signs Tender
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers re-signed two of their own free agents Monday, inking linebacker Angelo Crowell and wide receiver Mark Bradley to contracts. Crowell was an unrestricted free agent while Bradley was tendered an offer as a restricted free agent.
   
Bucs In Attendance At USF Pro Day
The Bucs attended South Florida's pro day workout on Tuesday. The Bucs were represented by pro scout Doug Williams, special teams coordinator Richard Bisaccia and an unidentified scout. At least two USF players are scheduled to have private workouts with the Bucs next month.
   
Brown Excited About New Opportunity With Bucs
On Tampa Bay's second day of its offseason training program, newly acquired WR Reggie Brown talked about the trade that sent him to the Bucs and gave his first impressions of the organization. Brown also discussed how playing with the Bucs is a good opportunity for him.
   
Tampa Bay's Preseason Schedule Announced
The Bucs had the time and dates of their preseason games announced on Thursday. Tampa Bay will open the preseason in Miami and conclude it in Houston. The Bucs will host Kansas City and Jacksonville in Week 2 and 3 of the preseason. The NFL is expected to release the entire regular season schedule soon.
   
Freeman: "It's My Team And I Want To Win"
Tampa Bay second-year QB Josh Freeman has hit the 2010 offseason hard with plans of improving as a signal caller and establishing himself as the team's leader. Freeman talked about new QBs coach Alex Van Pelt, the players he has to work with on offense and more in this article.
  
Flynn's Focus
Why do the Bucs have a pre-draft visit scheduled with UCLA DT Brian Price? Which player are the Bucs hoping will fall to them in the second round? Which quarterback could the Bucs sign after the draft? Find out in this installment of Flynn's Focus.
   
Bucs Were Wise To Draft Their Franchise QB Last Year
Did the Bucs pick the right time to draft their franchise quarterback with the selection of Josh Freeman last year, or would Tampa Bay have been better off waiting until the 2010 NFL Draft to pick a signal caller? Former Bucs QB and PewterReport.com contributing writer Jeff Carlson tackles this topic in this column.
   
Pewter Report Announces Changes To Its Editorial Staff
PewterReport.com is announcing changes to its editorial staff. Bucs beat writer Charlie Campbell will be promoted to PewterReport.com editor-in-chief, replacing Jim Flynn, who is leaving PewterReport.com after 10 years of service. The changes will be effective April 10.
   
Scout Speak: Bucs Could Land DT Suh
What will the Bucs do with the third overall pick in the draft? Which player and position do people in the NFL that are in the know believe the Bucs will target? Will the Bucs trade down? Pewter Report's anonymous NFL scout answers these questions and shares insight in this edition of Scout Speak.
   
Bucs To Meet With McCluster, Skinner
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are brining in Ole Miss running back Dexter McCluster and Maryland safety Terrell Skinner for pre-draft visits to One Buc Place. McCluster would provide the Bucs' offense some much needed big-play ability, and Skinner could compete at free or strong safety.
   
Wyche Revisits The 1995 NFL Draft
The 2010 NFL Draft will be held next week. With the draft in mind, former Bucs head coach and PewterReport.com contributing writer Sam Wyche uses this edition of Wyche's World to revisit the 1995 NFL Draft, where the Bucs drafted DT Warren Sapp and LB Derrick Brooks.
   
Pewter Report Chat Session - 1PM Wednesday
Pewter Report will host a 30-minute chat session at 1:00 p.m. ET on Wednesday. Pewter Report editor-in-chief Jim Flynn will answer your Bucs-related questions regarding free agency and the 2010 NFL Draft.
   
Flynn's Focus
In the last installment of Flynn's Focus, Pewter Report editor-in-chief Jim Flynn, whose tenure with PewterReport.com will come to an end after 10 years on April 10, takes a trip down memory lane and gives Bucs fans some insight while thanking them and others for their support.
 
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