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Tampa Bay Buccaneers News and Rumors

  • Jeremy Trueblood addresses diminished role with Bucs

    Jeremy Trueblood addresses diminished role with Bucs

    tampabay.com Updated Oct 2, 2012
    Veteran offensive tackle Jeremy Trueblood has started 84 of the 94 NFL games in which he’s played — more than only a handful of players on the Bucs’ active roster. But after being replaced at right tackle two weeks ago by upstart Demar Dotson, Trueb
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  • NFC South evening update

    NFC South evening update

    ESPN.com Oct 2, 2012
    The Tampa Bay Buccaneers just announced they have signed tight end Nate Byham and released defensive end Jeff Charleston. Byham is known as a strong blocker and that’s something the Bucs didn’t have at tight end through the first four games. He also p
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  • Bucs sign former 49ers TE Byham

    Bucs sign former 49ers TE Byham

    tampabay.com Oct 2, 2012
    The Bucs have signed former 49ers tight end Nate Byham, who played at the University of Pittsburgh under current Tampa Bay tight ends coach Brian Angelico. A sixth-round pick in the 2010 draft, Byham played in 14 games and started three during his rooki…
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Sports Columnists

  • Peter King: No ref's return as special as Corrente's; the future in LA; ma…

    Oct 2
    The voice of Tony Corrente was ebullient, as ebullient as a man who stared down his own mortality within the past few months and lived to tell about it.
  • Kerry J. Byrne: Inside the numbers: Week 4

    Oct 2
    The NFL has given us plenty of sexy, big-name quarterback rivalries over the years.
  • Kerry J. Byrne: Inside the numbers: Week 4

    Oct 2
    The NFL has given us plenty of sexy, big-name quarterback rivalries over the years.
  • Don Banks: Early middle-dwellers still have playoff shot, but who'll make …

    Oct 2
    Taking stock at the quarter pole of the NFL's regular season, 10 teams are sitting pretty with winning records and at least three wins, while 10 others already are in trouble, with losing marks and no fewer than three losses. But what about the 12 teams…