The president was also asked if he believes the NFL will start on time on September 10. “If they don’t stand for the anthem, I hope they don’t open," he replied.
Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians has picked Ronald Jones as his main running back heading into the season. Despite the fact that the Bucs drafted two new running backs this year and Jones was benched by Arians in December against Jacksonville for missing a block.
When Dr. Gregory Cobb, a lifelong Bucs fan, learned Tom Brady was coming to Tampa, he decided to welcome the celebrity quarterback with a massive mural in his honor. He enlisted the help of Eric “Esh” Hornsby, who's been painting since he could color, to make his vision come to life.
Joining the Tampa Bay Buccaneers has been more of a learning experience than even Tom Brady anticipated.
Akeem Spence isn't a player that's ever made the big NFL money. Despite that, the former Buccaneers defensive tackle is giving up his chance to play for an eighth season.
The Bucs have created something of their own bubble, keeping players at one hotel like they normally would during training camp, but now it's for safety reasons -- protecting a season built around Tom Brady.
Like Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski, LeSean McCoy wants to show the Bucs that, despite his age, he has enough left to help win another Super Bowl.
There has already been a host of NFL players who have decided to opt-out of the 2020 season due to the coronavirus pandemic, but now the league has reportedly set a deadline for undecided players to make their choice.
Veteran Buccaneers, including Shaquil Barrett, arrived at team headquarters on Sunday. The NFL's reigning sack champion immediately sensed a different feel walking into a season that's under the threat of COVID-19.
NFL players from the New England Patriots, Buffalo Bills and the Philadelphia Eagles have reportedly opted out of the 2020 season due to COVID-19 concerns.
NFL Hall of Fame coach Mike Ditka reiterated his stance against kneeling during the national anthem, saying those who would do so could “get the hell out of the country.”
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers open training camp Tuesday, but, before that, their quarterback got a sneak peak of the complex.
On a humid Thursday morning, the Buccannees' quarterback donned a face mask and arrived at One Buc Place ahead of a series of required testing before players can start training.
Brian McCarthy, a public relations official for the league, confirmed that the NFL’s face covering policy would apply to fans.
It's still not clear what the NFL season will look like, but Tampa is still committed to hosting the next Super Bowl in 2021.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers players continue their work, sweating it out under the sweltering Florida sun, waiting to get the official call to Training Camp.
NFL players will be tested daily for the coronavirus for at least the first two weeks of training camp, per the league’s new testing protocols.
League executive Troy Vincent sent a memo to general managers and head coaches on Saturday informing them rookies are to report by Tuesday, quarterbacks and injured players by Thursday and all other players should arrive by July 28.
Fifteen women allege sexual harassment and verbal abuse by former Washington football team employees at Redskins Park in Ashburn, Virginia, according to a Washington Post report released Thursday.
Teams in every major sports league have rebranded themselves with new names for various reasons over the decades. Here’s a look at some of the most recent: