5 Things to Know About OC Dirk Koetter
A look at new Buccaneers offensive coordinator, Dirk Koetter.
Looking at defensive playing time - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog - ESPN
TAMPA, Fla. -- Even though he missed two games at the end of the season due to injury, linebacker Lavonte David still played more snaps than any other
Bucs offense will look to pick up pace under Koetter | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — Coming off an NFC championship game appearance in which they fell just four points shy of advancing to the Super Bowl, the Atlanta Falcons expected to do great things in the 2013 season
Brooks: Bucs, Winston would need a plan for QB to mature | Tampa Bay Times
Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston isn't prepared for what comes with being the No. 1 overall pick and the Bucs would need safeguards in place to help him mature as an NFL player.
Gerald McCoy praises new Bucs coordinator Dirk Koetter | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Bucs defensive tackle Gerald McCoy, enjoying a Friday night watching the Lightning pull out a defensive win at Amalie Arena, said he's excited about the hiring of offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter, having gone up against his Falcons offenses the past three years.
Reviewing 2014: Experience, continuity, and luck | National Football Post
A look at roster trends this past season.
NFL Scouts Are Starting To Nitpick At No. 1 Prospect Marcus Mariota, And Some Think He Could Fall In The Draft - Yahoo Sports
Stephen Dunn/Getty Images Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota has been the consensus No. 1 prospect in the 2015 NFL Draft since the season started. With four months to go, the NFL Draft cycle hasn't even kicked into high gear yet, but there already signs that a Mariota backlash is on the way
Will Dirk Koetter Work as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ New Offensive Coordinator?
Will Dirk Koetter Work as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ New Offensive Coordinator?: He may be a traitor to Falcons' fans, but Dirk Koetter looks like a victorious hero coming to Tampa Bay. Read it now on numberFire!
Meet The Dunce Ex-Cop Who Fucked Up The NFL's Ray Rice Investigation
Throughout the coverage of the NFL's handling of Ray Rice, talk of the league's investigatory arm has for the most part presumed a certain level of competence.
Job Advice From the Indianapolis Colts' Carlie Irsay-Gordon: Glamour.com
Indianapolis Colts vice chair and co-owner Carlie Irsay-Gordon, 33--the youngest woman in the NFL with a leadership position--tells Glamour's Cindi Leive what she's learned on the job.