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At one point, former Buccaneers defensive end Michael Bennett said he’d give the Bucs an opportunity to match any offer he gets elsewhere. Then, Bennett said he wouldn’t. When the offer came from Seattle for a one-year, $5 million deal, Bennett optedShare Tweet
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers continue to be the NFC South’s most active team this offseason. On Friday, the Buccaneers traded wide receiver Arrelious Benn and a seventh-round pick to the Philadelphia Eagles for a sixth-round pick this year and a conditionalShare Tweetprofootballtalk.com Mar 15, 2013The Jaguars have signed Buccaneers free agent defensive tackle Roy Miller to a two-year contract, agent Mike McCartney said Friday. The 25-year-old Miller appeared in 15 games (14 starts) for Tampa Bay in 2012, recording 24 tackles. He played 503 snaps,…Share TweetThe Buccaneers’ plan to cut cornerback Eric Wright was put on hold when Wright filed a grievance challenging the voiding of his $7.75 guaranteed salary for the 2013 season. They can now proceed with their plan. Roy Cummings of the Tampa Tribune reportsShare Tweet
Buccaneers banking on Bowersprofootballtalk.com Mar 15, 2013The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have an awful lot of faith in Da’Quan Bowers. To stay healthy, to stay out of prison, and to play well as a starting defensive end. That became clear when the Bucs decided to let defensive end Michael Bennett leave as a free ageShare TweetESPN.com Mar 15, 2013A day after the fact, Atlanta’s signing of running back Steven Jackson continues to be the hottest story in the NFC South. I don’t see that changing anytime soon, unless the Tampa Bay Buccaneers suddenly make the trade for Darrelle Revis. So let’s fShare TweetESPN.com Mar 15, 2013Time for a look at some news and notes from around the division: TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS Scott Reynolds puts up a strong argument that the Bucs made a mistake by letting defensive end Michael Bennett walk away for a one year, $5 million deal with Seattle. …Share Tweet
As Darrelle Revis trade looms, possibly to Tampa Bay Buccaneers, NY Jets dream of Super Bowl victory slipping awaynydailynews.com Mar 15, 2013It feels like the NFL is adding an expansion team for the 2013 season and calling it the New York Jets. Jets general manager John Idzik inherited a flawed roster and salary-cap chaos from Mike Tannenbaum and could be days away from trading Darrelle Revi…Share Tweet