This is the November 14, 2012 news archive. View today's Buccaneers rumors and news.
By Joe Smith, Times Staff Writer Wednesday, November 14, 2012 TAMPA - The depth of the Bucs' offensive line is already razor thin because of injuries."We don't have that many more moves left," coach Greg Schiano said.That made the sight of starting RG J
Share TweetWhen Raiders running back Darren McFadden suffered a sprained ankle on November 4 against the Buccaneers, the Raiders were tight lipped regarding the anticipated duration of his absence. Jay Glazer of FOX reports that the Raiders expected McFadden to m…Source: profootballtalk.comShare TweetBy Rick Stroud, Times Staff Writer Wednesday, November 14, 2012 TAMPA - The football from his first NFL touchdown still sits in his locker, the one linebacker Adam Hayward scooped from the turf at Raymond James Stadium after a blocked punt and carried 2Share TweetFree safety Ronde Barber is having a strong season in his first year at a new position, and it’s not going unnoticed. The NFL on Wednesday provided the status of fan Pro Bowl balloting, and Barber has received the most ballots among NFC free safeties. BShare TweetPITTSBURGH (AP) The Pittsburgh Steelers will be playing for first place in the AFC North without quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.Source: CNNSI.com
Eric Wright, Arrelious Benn back on practice field for BucsUpdated Nov 14, 2012 Share TweetThe Bucs are back on the field this afternoon, beginning preparations for Sunday's game at Carolina. On the injury front, there are encouraging signs. Cornerback Eric Wright (Achilles) is back on the field after missing most of last Sunday's win against…
Countdown Daily Prediction: Buccaneers-PanthersNov 14The NFL Live crew makes their picks for Tampa Bay at Carolina
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Clayton mailbag: Backup QBs under microscopeNov 14With four starters being injured in Week 10, the state of the NFL's backup quarterback situation is about to come into focus, writes John Clayton.