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 2021 season.

Stay active and energized all day long with CELSIUS by your side. CELSIUS powers active lives every day with essential, functional energy. We’re different from other energy drinks because we focus on movement. When combined with exercise, our formula is clinically proven to boost your metabolism and help you burn body fat.

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.

For more information visit, www.CELSIUS.com or follow on Instagram @CelsiusOfficial

CELSIUS, Live Fit

Jon and Taylor are on in episode 305 to analyze the signings of kicker Ryan Succop and offensive lineman Aaron Stinnie along with breaking down Shaq Barrett’s press conference following signing his new contract. They also talk discuss what else could possibly go down in free agency and why it was slowed down for a big portion of the day. 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 and enjoy each of our live broadcasts.

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Alldaway 2.0
4 months ago

It is easier to allocate cap space to re-signing proven players with coaches and systems in place.
Throw in some bargain hunting in UFA and then the draft and the Bucs are ready to go.
For me I want to see the Bucs put an emphasis on improving depth at DT, iOL, OT, and LB.