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Todd Bowles: Blaine Gabbert is Buccaneers’ “security blanket” at quarterback

Last month, mixed signals emerged from Tampa Bay regarding whether quarterbacks Blaine Gabbert and Kyle Trask will compete for the No. 2 spot on the depth chart behind Tom Brady. Position coach Clyde Christensen said no. Head coach Todd Bowles disagreed, saying Trask would have a chance.Bowles recently provided more clarity. Basically, competition is possible, [more]

Shaq Mason: It means the world to play with Tom Brady again

The Buccaneers added a key piece to their offensive line when they acquired guard Shaq Mason from the Patriots in March.While Mason called the trade “shocking,” he noted that he doesn’t have any hard feelings toward New England — particularly because he’s back with quarterback Tom Brady.Mason and Brady won a lot together with the [more]

Buccaneers to release Bradley Pinion

The Buccaneers are moving on from their veteran punter.According to Mike Garafolo of NFL Media, Tampa Bay will release Bradley Pinion on Wednesday.The move was expected after the Buccaneers drafted Jake Camarda in the fourth round of this year’s draft.Pinion has been consistent as a punter throughout his career, sporting a 43.7 career average in [more]

Tom Brady: Having Gronk in your locker room was every NFL player’s dream

Shortly after his longtime friend and teammate Rob Gronkowski announced his retirement, Tom Brady released a statement praising Gronk for everything he brought to their success, both in New England and Tampa Bay.“Teammate, friend, brother, just a few of the words that come to mind when I think of Gronk,” Brady said. “Nobody has ever [more]

Jason Licht: Rob Gronkowski left it all on the field for us

Tight end Rob Gronkowski has announced his second retirement after resuming his career over the last two years to join quarterback Tom Brady with the Buccaneers.Tampa Bay General Manager Jason Licht had said during the offseason that the organization would give Gronkowski all the time he needed to make a decision on retirement, keeping a [more]

Drew Rosenhaus: “In my opinion [Gronk] isn’t done”

Tight end Rob Gronkowski announced his retirement from football on Tuesday, but someone close to Gronkowski does not believe that the decision is an irreversible one.Agent Drew Rosenhaus has represented Gronkowski for a long time and he said shortly after Gronkowski’s announcement that he can envision the tight end making a different choice at some [more]

Rob Gronkowski announces retirement

Rob Gronkowski retired before the 2019 season but came back in 2020 to follow Tom Brady to the Buccaneers. Maybe the tight end returns again, considering he’s only 33, but Gronkowski announced Tuesday that he’s retiring.He wrote a long post on Instagram, saying goodbye.“In college, I was asked to write about a dream job opportunity [more]

Ryan Fitzpatrick: Joining Amazon made a lot of sense for me

Former NFL quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick officially became the newest member of Amazon’s Thursday Night Football broadcast team on Tuesday.Fitzpatrick was reported to be heading for the pregame show when he announced his retirement earlier this year and the deal is now official. Fitzpatrick told Andrew Marchand of the New York Post that seeing a lack [more]

Report: Raiders, Vikings have had multiple conversations with Ndamukong Suh

The Raiders have some competition for Ndamukong Suh’s services in 2022.According to Tyler Dragon of USA TODAY, Suh has also drawn interest from the Vikings. Dragon also notes the defensive tackle has had multiple conversations with both Las Vegas and Minnesota.But, Dragon reports, there’s mutual interest between the Raiders and Suh.Suh’s interest in the Raiders [more]

Ndamukong Suh: Raiders could be fun

Ndamukong Suh has acknowledged that the door is likely closed on a potential return to the Buccaneers.But there are several other destinations where the veteran defensive tackle could continue his career — including at least one team in the AFC West.During his appearance on ESPN’s NFL Live on Monday, Suh was asked what he thought [more]

Crash causes crypto companies to cut sports spending

The current bursting of the crypto bubble could be something more significant than a resetting of the Jenga pyramid. And that could be causing crypto companies to curtail their cash devoted to the games we play.Via the New York Post, cryptocurrency companies are reducing their sports spending. For example, crypto exchange FTX recently has exited [more]

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