Dirk Koetter Conference Call
Dirk Koetter spoke with the media for the first time via conference call. Hear what he had to say about joining the Buccaneers organization.
East-West Shrine Game Practice Report (East Team) 1-13 | Pewter Report
Scouts and draft analysts have been buzzing about Georgia Tech wide receiver Darren Wallers and with good reason.
East-West Shrine Game Practice Report (West Team) – 1-13 | Pewter Report
Along with several Bucs coaches and scouts, PewterReport.com was on hand at Tuesday's East-West Shrine Game practices, and has filed a West squad report.
Could Buccaneers pass on a QB? - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog - ESPN
Offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter doesn't necessarily think you have to have a franchise quarterback to have success.
Hiring Koetter looks like step in right direction | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — Dirk Koetter isn’t exactly leapfrogging legends, but without calling a play, he might already be one of the great offensive coordinators in Bucs history.
Winston or Mariota? New Bucs coordinator better study up | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — New offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter said he doesn't have a clue which player the Bucs will take with the No. 1 overall pick.Honest.
Resurrection, not rebuilding: New Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter has big job ahead | FOX Sports
It took less than a minute for the most obvious question of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' offseason to be delivered like a stiff pass to the chest of new offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter.
CFP Championship Game: Buckeyes vs. Ducks | ProFootballFocus.com - Part 2
Ben Stockwell reviews Elliot, Mariota and more standout performances from Ohio State's win over Oregon in the College Football Playoffs National Championship game.
Cian's Corner: Marcus Mariota - Out Of The Box - Rotoworld.com
Does Oregon QB Marcus Mariota make NFL throws or succeed in the pocket? Cian Fahey analyzes the tape.
NFL Playoffs: Watching the Cowboys-Packers game with Richard Sherman | The MMQB with Peter King
MAPLE VALLEY, Wash. — Richard Sherman is calm, quiet and engaged. Barefoot and dressed in sweats, he’s staring at a 70-inch flat-screen TV mounted on a living room wall.