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Life After Football: Martin Gramatica
Martin Gramatica had a great career as a kicker in the National Football League. What's he up to now?

Reflecting on 20 years of Glazer ownership for Tampa Bay Buccaneers - ESPN
Tampa Bay Buccaneers under Glazer ownership are are in much better shape than they were 20 years ago

Bucs GM Licht: "We're not hiding from the mistakes'' | Tampa Bay Times
The Bucs already have thrown dirt over their 2-14 season. “We do have it buried,’’ general manager Jason Licht said Friday.

Bucs Parting Ways with QBs Coach Marcus Arroyo, Conducting Interviews
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterbacks coach Marcus Arroyo, who was thrust into play-calling duties last year in Jeff Tedford's absence, will not be back in 2015

Two Bears Are Maybe Seriously Fighting About Twitter Unfollowing
Chicago tight end Martellus Bennett unfollowed guard Kyle Long. Long wasn't happy. He responded in kind:

FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS: Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis | 2015 NFC Championship Preview
The NFL season, or at least it's NFC half, is ending exactly where it started: with the Green Bay Packers heading to Seattle to face the defending champion Seahawks

SR's Fab 5: Consensus Building For Winston As Best QB; Bucs May Keep Johnson | Pewter Report
Why did most in the NFL at the East-West Shrine practices believe James Winston was the best QB? Will DE Michael Johnson stay in Tampa? Find out in SR's Fab 5.

Cardale Jones decides to play school, angers self righteous NFL media - Land-Grant Holy Land
Let's get fake angry!

Catching up with Sam Wyche, the father of the NFL’s no-huddle offense | The MMQB with Peter King
The no-huddle offense has been a staple of the playoffs, a part of game plans as much as screen passes and go routes. No one takes more delight in that than Sam Wyche, who introduced the no-huddle to the NFL with his Cincinnati Bengals in the 1980s—often to the scorn of officials and opponents.

EXCLUSIVE: Brian Killingsworth returns to Tampa Bay as Bucs new CMO - Tampa Bay Business Journal
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have hired an executive with a long history in Tampa Bay and now three years of NFL experience to lead the team's marketing efforts.