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Ira Talks Scott Pioli & The Bucs, Chasing Leonard Williams, Leadership Shift, “Hurt” Gerald McCoy & More
Plenty on the buffet in this new Tuesday episode, including on Gerald McCoy, even though it was recorded before McCoy was cut last night.

GMC’s Sin? He Wasn’t Warren Sapp
The way folks reached to find excuses to claim Gerald McCoy was somehow no better than kneeling Akeem Spence blows Joe’s mind.

How do the Bucs replace Gerald McCoy?
There is not a defensive tackle on the market that can exceed McCoy’s productivity as a pass rusher, which the Bucs badly need following Jason Pierre-Paul’s neck fracture.

Bucs ‘mutually part ways’ with longtime DT McCoy
After unsuccessful attempts to trade him, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have “mutually parted ways” with defensive tackle Gerald McCoy, the team said in a statement.

Buccaneers release Gerald McCoy after nine seasons
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are moving on from the senior-most member of their defense.

Could Browns make a run at DT Gerald McCoy in free agency?
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have released six-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle Gerald McCoy.

What they’re saying about the Bucs releasing Gerald McCoy
Bucs linebacker Lavonte David didn’t seem happy about the news. Many believe McCoy won’t have any problem finding a new home and Browns receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and his teammates want it to be in Cleveland.

Buccaneers release DT Gerald McCoy, should Raiders be interested?
Today, a move that many had expected for some time came to be a reality, as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers released longtime defensive tackle Gerald McCoy.

Colts Should Kick the Tires on Ex-Bucs DT Gerald McCoy
According to the Tampa Bay Times Rick Stroud (and later verified by ESPN’s Adam Schefter), the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are releasing longtime defensive tackle Gerald McCoy, which begs the question of whether the Indianapolis Colts should be potentially interested: