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Cadillac Williams to coach running backs at Auburn

Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Carnell “Cadillac” Williams is returning to his alma mater to serve as running backs coach at the University of Auburn. The school announced Williams addition to the coaching staff on Wednesday. Williams was the fifth overall pick of the Buccaneers in the 2005 NFL Draft. Williams played six seasons [more]

Bruce Arians acknowledges that “a-holes usually run in the receiver room”

Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians recently riled up Steelers receiver Antonio Brown by suggesting that Brown is “too much diva.” On Tuesday, Arians used a different term to refer to those who run routes and catch passes. During an interview with FOX Sports 910 in Phoenix, one of the hosts pointed out that money and fame [more]

NFL announces 2019 London and Mexico City games

The Chiefs will be giving Mexico City another shot in 2019. They were supposed to play the Rams at Estadio Azteca in 2018, but the game was moved to Los Angeles when the league decided to move the game due to the poor condition of the field in Mexico City. The league said they planned [more]

Chiefs will pick 29th, Packers 30th in 2019 NFL Draft

The Saints pushed the cost of Marcus Davenport away, almost as far as they could have. With yesterday’s conference championship games in the books, most of the 2019 NFL Draft order is now known. The Chiefs will pick 29th overall after losing to the Patriots, and the Packers own the 30th spot, after last year’s [more]

Washington hires Nate Kaczor as special teams coach

Washington hired Nate Kaczor as its special teams coordinator, the team announced. Kaczor replaces Ben Kotwica, who joined the Falcons 10 days ago after five years in Washington. Kaczor has 11 years of experience in the NFL. He spent the past three seasons with the Buccaneers. Before going to Tampa, Kaczor worked with the Titans [more]

Cameron Brate undergoes hip surgery

Bucs tight end Cameron Brate will spend the next few months rehabbing after undergoing hip surgery, Jenna Laine of ESPN reports. Brate played most of the season with a torn labrum in his hip. The arthroscopic surgery included the removal of bone fragments. He could begin working his way back during organized team activities with [more]

In Jameis Winston, Byron Leftwich trusts

It wasn’t long ago that everyone wondered whether the Buccaneers would move on from Jameis Winston before 2019. Now, Winston again is the man in Tampa Bay, with a coaching staff that believes in him. The Bucs had two starting quarterbacks last season — Winston and Ryan Fitzpatrick — so they really had none. New [more]

Byron Leftwich: Adversity with Cardinals made me a better coach

Byron Leftwich held his first press conference since being hired as the Buccaneers offensive coordinator on Friday and fielded questions on a variety of topics, including his experience with the 3-13 Cardinals in 2018. Leftwich opened the season as the team’s quarterbacks coach and moved up to offensive coordinator when Mike McCoy was fired after [more]

DeSean Jackson on returning to Bucs: We’ll see

Word at the end of the season was that the Buccaneers and wide receiver DeSean Jackson were looking to part ways in 2019, but Bruce Arians’ arrival in Tampa may have changed the picture. A report last weekend indicated that Arians wants to keep Jackson on the team and that one of the first things [more]

Bruce Arians: “Stars just kind of aligned” to spark comeback

New Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians thought he was ready to walk away from coaching. It didn’t take him long to realize how wrong he was. In a video interview with Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic, Arians said his own emotions and all the links to the Tampa Bay job made it a natural fit. [more]

Carson Palmer: Bruce Arians, Jameis Winston will be great together

One of Bruce Arians’ former quarterbacks thinks the coach will be a big positive for his new one. Carson Palmer had some of his best NFL seasons while playing for Arians in Arizona and he was asked during an appearance on NFL Network about how he thinks Jameis Winston will fare now that Arians has [more]

Buccaneers announce full 2019 coaching staff

The Buccaneers have announced the full coaching staff for Bruce Arians’ first year as their head coach. The team had previously announced the hirings of defensive coordinator Todd Bowles, special teams coordinator Keith Armstrong and run game coordinator/assistant head coach Harold Goodwin. They officially announced a handful of other coaches whose additions had been reported [more]

Antonio Brown calls Steelers “indifferent” toward him in latest tweet storm

Mt. Antonio has yet to erupt, but the inevitable explosion creeps closer and closer. In a series of Wednesday afternoon tweets, Brown took aim at the Steelers and at others who have called him out in recent days — others connected to him and the Pittsburgh organization. Responding to a fan who made reference to [more]

Bruce Arians: Antonio Brown has been too much of a diva, needs to make better decisions

Bruce Arians coached Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown for two seasons when he was Pittsburgh’s offensive coordinator and got to see the player Brown was during the early stages of his career. However, the new head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers isn’t a fan of the way Brown is carrying himself as he has [more]

Bruce Arians says he got a “C” on his physical

The Buccaneers sent coach Bruce Arians for a physical before hiring him, based on his age (66), health history (two separate forms of cancer), and dietary habits (drank paint as a child). The results were good enough to get the Bucs to hire him. “Man, they gave me this unbelievable physical,” Arians told 98.7 FM [more]

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