Pro Football Hall of Fame 2016: Brett Favre, 7 others inducted Saturday in Canton - SBNation.com
The Class of 2016, headlined by Brett Favre and Tony Dungy, were enshrined in Canton, Ohio, on Saturday.
Hauptmann's Waiver Opens Roster Spot
The Buccaneers have waived offensive linemen Caylin Hauptmann, who joined the team on Wednesday…The roster vacancy will likely be filled before practice resumes on Monday.
Watch: Uncommon Success - Tony Dungy
Buccaneers.com's two-part series on Hall of Fame coach Tony Dungy.
First Depth Chart Provides Some Clarity
The Bucs aren't even close to having a settled depth chart for 2016, but they were required to publish one for the preseason opener, and it offers a few clues as to how camp competition is going.
Jameis Winston Reconnects with Young Fan
One year ago, Jameis Winston made a promise to a young fan who was injured in an ATV accident. On Saturday, he made good on that promise.
Bucs S Conte Impressing Coaches | Pewter Report
Safety isn’t the Bucs deepest position, coach Dirk Koetter will admit, but the starters have risen to the occasion and looked the part so far in training camp.
Winston Report: 8-6 - Defense Disguising Looks | Pewter Report
With the defense on Saturday throwing out, as Dirk Koetter put it, “some crazy disguises,” Winston made a couple ill-advised throws but got another day of great work in, nonetheless.
Rookie LB Awe Making Himself Stand Out | Pewter Report
It’s not hard to get lost in the shuffle with 89 other players running all over multiple practice fields during training camp.
Chris Conte picks off Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston twice - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog- ESPN
Buccaneers safety Chris Conte had a nice day at camp Saturday with two interceptions, but it was a dropped pick that was stuck in his mind.
Reaction: Bucs release first unofficial depth chart for preseason - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog- ESPN
A few highlights from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers depth chart for Thursday's preaseason game at Philadelphia.
Marvin Harrison kicks off Hall of Fame inductions
HOF inductee Marvin Harrison expressed gratitude to his old teammate Peyton Manning, while Tony Dungy thanked the late Dennis Green for setting him on the path to be an NFL coach.
Tony Dungy pays homage to African-American coaches in HOF speech
Tony Dungy spent his Hall of Fame enshrinement speech lauding the African-American coaches who paved the way for his success with the Bucs and Colts.
Jones: Who is the next Bucs Hall of Famer? | Tampa Bay Times
Tony Dungy, the coach who turned around the Bucs franchise and laid the groundwork for their only Super Bowl title, will go into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday night. He became the fourth member of the Hall to have spent a good chunk of his career in Tampa Bay, joining Lee Roy Selmon, Warren Sapp and Derrick Brooks.
Bucs turn to cryotherapy to diminish wear and tear | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — The Bucs certainly hope to be better this fall under first-year coach Dirk Koetter. They may be smarter, stronger and faster.
Bucs defense makes it tough on offense with multiple disguises | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — One of the extra perks of having a more multiple defense is it gives the Bucs offense more looks to practice against, and coach Dirk Koetter was impressed Saturday by the level of misdirection coming from his old friend, defensive coordinator Mike Smith.
Special Olympians pay Bucs a visit | Tampa Bay Times
After Saturday's practice more than 50 athletes from Special Olympics Florida representing Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco and Polk counties participated in passing and receiving drills with members of the Bucs, including QB Jameis Winston, RB Doug Martin and CB Alterraun Verner.
Tony Dungy's impact on those who knew him | Tampa Bay Times
The impact of Tony Dungy, who was inducted Saturday night into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, reached far beyond Tampa Bay and the NFL. Here are a few stories of how he touched the lives of many who never played for him but came to know Dungy as a friend in the 20 years since he took over as Bucs coach.
Tony Dungy's Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrinement speech | Tampa Bay Times
Thank you very much. Thank you. I'm pretty much like all these guys today when I found out I had been elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, I just couldn't believe it, even though our 10-year-old son, Justin, had promised me this was my year.
Tony Dungy reaches pinnacle of sports: Hall of Fame | Tampa Bay Times
CANTON, Ohio — Tony Dungy's rise came after a fall. Had he not been cut as a player after three NFL seasons, the business major at Minnesota may never have become a football coach.