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  • Greatest Buccaneers: No. 1

    My series of the top five players in Tampa Bay history wraps up with No. 1.By now, it’s no secret that spot is filled by Derrick Brooks.I also gave Warren Sapp and Lee Roy Selmon, two Hall of Famers, strong consideration for the top spot.

    about 12 hours ago | Pat Yasinskas
  • Analyzing Kiper Mock 4.0: Buccaneers Insider

    ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. released his latest mock draft on Thursday, this time projecting the first two rounds. Kiper's choice for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers seemed like an easy one, since he said the best available player also fills Tampa Bay's top need.

    about 1 day ago | Mike Triplett
  • Greatest Buccaneers: No. 2

    My series of the top five players in Tampa Bay history continues with No. 2I’m going with defensive end Lee Roy Selmon (it shouldn't be hard to figure out that Derrick Brooks is No.

    about 1 day ago | Pat Yasinskas
  • NFL Nation Buzz: Tampa Bay Buccaneers

     ESPN.com Buccaneers reporter Pat Yasinskas says the Bucs need a wide receiver to start opposite Vincent Jackson, so it wouldn't be a surprise if they selected a wideout with the No.

    about 2 days ago | ESPN.com staff
  • Greatest Buccaneers: No. 3

    It’s time to continue my series of the top five players in Tampa Bay’s history with No. 3. In this spot, I’m going with defensive tackle Warren Sapp.

    about 2 days ago | Pat Yasinskas
  • Bucs' McCoy Won't Hold Out Watch

    Jeff Saturday discusses why he isn't surprised that Buccaneers DT Gerald McCoy has indicated that he will be at camp this summer regardless of his contract status.

    about 3 days ago
  • Bucs' McCoy: Contract won't lead to holdout

    All-Pro defensive tackle Gerald McCoy insisted Tuesday that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers don't have to worry about him holding out this summer while his long-term contract discussions are ongoing.

    about 3 days ago | Mike Triplett
  • Bucs middle of the pack in spending

    The Tampa Bay Buccaneers ranked right in the middle of the pack when it came to spending money on players in 2013. They ranked 16th in the NFL, according to the ESPN The Magazine/Sportingintelligence Global Salary Survey.

    about 3 days ago | Mike Triplett