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Bucs stadium caught selling non-alcoholic alcohol

Bucs stadium caught selling non-alcoholic alcohol

profootballtalk.com Updated 1 hour ago
On the football field, the 2-9 Buccaneers currently are as strong as a stiff drink. Especially when the drink is mixed with some of the alcohol sold at the team’s stadium. According to WFLA, at least one customer purchased on November 9 a shot of tequil…
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  • Bills awarded returner Marcus Thigpen on waivers

    Bills awarded returner Marcus Thigpen on waivers

    profootballtalk.com 3 hours ago
    The Bills have added a veteran kick returner for the stretch run, claiming Marcus Thigpen on waivers from Tampa Bay on Wednesday, the club said. The 28-year-old Thigpen was the Buccaneers’ punt and kickoff returner for the first four games of November, …
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  • Buccaneers' defense has been surging

    Buccaneers' defense has been surging

    ESPN.com 12 hours ago
    TAMPA, Fla. -- In a 2-9 season, it’s hard to pick out bright spots for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. But there has been one area where the Bucs have been trending up for the last month or so: defense. Since Week 8, the defense, which was ranked last in the …
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  • The Buccaneers' club-level bar got caught selling colored water…

    The Buccaneers' club-level bar got caught selling colored water as tequila.

    deadspin.com 12 hours ago
    The Buccaneers' club-level bar got caught selling colored water as tequila. Read more...
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  • Demar Dotson: Home losses 'disgusting'

    Demar Dotson: Home losses 'disgusting'

    ESPN.com 13 hours ago
    TAMPA, Fla. -- Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive tackle Demar Dotson doesn't get quoted a lot, which is unfortunate. It probably has a lot to do with the anonymous nature of the offensive line. But Dotson is one of the most straight-forward players in Tamp…
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  • Doug Martin says he’s the same player he was in 2012

    Doug Martin says he’s the same player he was in 2012

    profootballtalk.com 16 hours ago
    When Buccaneers running back Doug Martin was a rookie in 2012, he ran 319 times for 1,454 yards and 11 touchdowns while also catching 49 passes and playing in all 16 games. It’s been all downhill from there. Martin has played in just 12 games since that…
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  • Griffin is surely done in D.C.

    Griffin is surely done in D.C.

    profootballtalk.com Nov 26 (yesterday)
    Well, that escalated quickly. Only nine days ago, quarterback Robert Griffin III remained entrenched as the starter in D.C. After nearly beating the Vikings in his return from a dislocated ankle, Griffin had two weeks to get ready for a gimme putt again…
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  • Buccaneers add two tight ends

    Buccaneers add two tight ends

    profootballtalk.com ESPN.com Nov 25 (yesterday)
    The Buccaneers are heading toward Week 13 with injury concerns about three of their tight ends, so they decided to add some insurance in the event any or all of them are unable to play against the Bengals. Tampa announced that they have signed D.J. Will…
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  • Doug Martin says he's still the same player

    Doug Martin says he's still the same player

    ESPN.com Nov 25 (yesterday)
    TAMPA, Fla. -- Doug Martin knows the critics are out there. They say he has lost it and he's not the same running back who rushed for more than 1,400 yards as a rookie in 2012. So what does the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' running back say about all that? &quo…
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  • Report: Titans to release Shaun Phillips

    Report: Titans to release Shaun Phillips

    profootballtalk.com Nov 25 (yesterday)
    Over in the NFC South, the Buccaneers aren’t ready to start taking a look at young players currently holding down reserve roles because they still have a chance to win the division. Even though they have the same 2-9 record as the Bucs, there’s no such …
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  • QB snapshot: Josh McCown

    QB snapshot: Josh McCown

    ESPN.com yahoo.com Nov 25 (yesterday)
    A quick observation of quarterback Josh McCown and how he played in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' 21-13 loss to Chicago in Week 12: McCown had what probably was his worst outing of the season. He looked off all day, completing just 25 of 48 passes for 341 y…
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  • The Bucs Found A Really Impressive Way To Blow The Game This We…

    The Bucs Found A Really Impressive Way To Blow The Game This Week

    deadspin.com Nov 25 (yesterday)
    We normally go over the most highly leveraged plays, or some collection of them, when we round up Brian Burke's WPA from Advanced Football Analytics every week. The list is almost always bottom-heavy, comprising plays that just happened to occur in the …
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  • AFC North sets new mark with all teams three games over .500

    AFC North sets new mark with all teams three games over .500

    profootballtalk.com Nov 25 (yesterday)
    The NFL has one of the least accomplished divisions in history this year in the NFC South, where even the 2-9 Buccaneers harbor hopes of winning a division title. A big reason for the division’s futility has been their general inability to win games aga…
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  • Lovie Smith won’t look at younger players because “we’re right …

    Lovie Smith won’t look at younger players because “we’re right in the mix”

    profootballtalk.com Nov 25 (yesterday)
    There’s been plenty of discussion about the dire state of affairs in the NFC South this season, but Buccaneers coach Lovie Smith may have offered the best way to illustrate just how bad the four teams in that division have been this year. Smith met the …
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  • Saints' loss keeps Bucs in NFC South hunt

    Saints' loss keeps Bucs in NFC South hunt

    ESPN.com Nov 25 (yesterday)
    TAMPA, Fla. -- His team is 2-9, but Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Lovie Smith continues to point to the NFC South standings. He did it again Monday and he can do it again today. With New Orleans losing to Baltimore on Monday night, the Saints and Atlanta a…
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  • Bears survive “worst half of football” thanks to defense

    Bears survive “worst half of football” thanks to defense

    profootballtalk.com Nov 24 (3 days ago)
    The Bears coaching staff might not have all the answers this year, but they can successfully diagnose a problem. That led to a frank halftime speech, after they fell behind 10-0 to the Buccaneers yesterday. “Basically at halftime coach was telling us th…
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  • Buccaneers need to focus on future

    Buccaneers need to focus on future

    ESPN.com Nov 24 (3 days ago)
    CHICAGO – The Tampa Bay Buccaneers lost a game Sunday, 21-13 to the Bears. But the amazing thing is they didn’t lose any ground in the NFC South standings. They’re 2-9 and, believe it or not, they remain in playoff contention. That’s what happens when y…
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  • Video - NFL Live Prediction: Bengals-Buccaneers 00:42

    NFL Live Prediction: Bengals-Buccaneers

    Nov 26
    The NFL Live crew make their picks for Cincinnati at Tampa Bay.
  • Video - Inside The Huddle: Rookie Receivers 00:37

    Inside The Huddle: Rookie Receivers

    Nov 25
    The 2014 rookie receiver class might be the best ever; 23 pass-catchers could have 1,000-yard seasons.
  • Video - Bucs Embrace Backfield-By-Committee Approach 00:35

    Bucs Embrace Backfield-By-Committee Approach

    Nov 25
    ESPN Buccaneers reporter Pat Yasinskas says tailback Doug Martin will likely continue to split snaps with Bobby Rainey and Charles Sims, and might even become expendable in the offseason.
  • Video - Game Balls: Tampa Bay at Chicago 01:18

    Game Balls: Tampa Bay at Chicago

    Nov 23
    Bears reporter Michael Wright's game ball goes to David Bass, who was waived on Oct. 7, and brought back to the active roster on Nov. 11. Bucs receiver Mike Evans gets the game ball from Patrick Yasinskas after three catches for 47 yards.

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