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Drew Lock will remain on active roster

Drew Lock is not going to play Sunday and likely won’t return to the field for multiple games. How many remains to be seen. The Broncos discussed putting their starting quarterback on injured reserve, coach Vic Fangio said, but decided to give Lock a chance to return sooner than the three games he would have [more]

Bruce Arians: No catches or 10 catches, Gronk’s here to play tight end

Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians said on Monday that he was neither surprised nor concerned about the fact that tight end Rob Gronkowski has two catches through the first two weeks of the regular season. Arians said he trusts quarterback Tom Brady to throw the ball to the right places and that hasn’t been in [more]

Bucs promote a tight end, add Ross Cockrell

The Buccaneers promoted one of their own to the 53-man roster, and added a veteran cornerback to the practice squad. The team announced that tight end Tanner Hudson was promoted to the 53-man roster from the practice squad. He was elevated to the active roster for the Week Two win over the Panthers. But under [more]

Bucs line loved Leonard Fournette asking for “an inch”

Buccaneers running back Leonard Fournette challenged his offensive line Sunday, pleading with them: “Y’all give me an inch, I’ll take it a mile.” While it might have only been 0.0261364 of a mile, his 46-yard touchdown run late helped seal the win over the Panthers, and his linemen were happy to provide. “I loved it,” guard [more]

NFL hoping for full stadium at Super Bowl, but prepared for no fans

Most NFL stadiums have been empty this season, and those with fans at all are operating at significantly reduced capacities. The NFL isn’t sure whether that will still be the case on Super Bowl Sunday. NFL event planners toured Raymond James Stadium this morning as part of the preparations for the Super Bowl and told [more]

Bruce Arians “not really” surprised by Rob Gronkowski’s lack of catches

Sunday’s Buccaneers win featured a rare performance from tight end Rob Gronkowski. Gronkowski went without a catch for the fifth time in 117 career games, which leaves him with two catches for 11 yards while being targeted four times on the season. On Monday, head coach Bruce Arians was asked if he’s surprised by Gronkowski’s [more]

Bucs aren’t switching up running back rotation

Leonard Fournette clinched Sunday’s win over the Panthers with a 46-yard touchdown, and had 104 yards on the day. Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians isn’t ready to change his running back rotation, however, sticking with Ronald Jones as his starter. “I love the way it works out right now,” Arians said, via Eduardo Encina of the [more]

Dre’Mont Jones, DeMarcus Walker set to miss time for Broncos

The injury list is growing and growing in Denver. Broncos head coach Vic Fangio confirmed at his Monday press conference that wide receiver Courtland Sutton is out for the season and that quarterback Drew Lock is going to miss multiple weeks with a shoulder injury. He also said a couple of the team’s defensive linemen [more]

Chris Godwin clears concussion protocol

While so many of the updates in the NFL today center on injuries, there’s at least one precinct with good news. Via Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times, Bucs coach Bruce Arians said that wide receiver Chris Godwin had cleared the concussion protocol, and would be available for Week Three against the Broncos. His [more]

Drew Lock set to miss at least two games with rotator cuff strain

The good news for the Broncos is that quarterback Drew Lock is expected back this season, but the bad news is that theywill have to play without him for a spell. According to multiple reports, Lock has been diagnosed with a rotator cuff strain. He is set to miss the next two games before the [more]

Brett Favre attended Panthers-Bucs game as an NFL Films correspondent, not as a fan

Well, Ryan Jensen has his answer. The Buccaneers center publicly wondered why Brett Favre was able to attend Sunday’s Panthers-Bucs game when Jensen’s family couldn’t. The answer was simple: According to the Buccaneers, Favre attended not as a fan but as an NFL Films correspondent. Per the team Favre works for The Grind, a show [more]

Ryan Jensen raises interesting question about Brett Favre’s presence at Sunday’s game

The Buccaneers weren’t supposed to have fans present for their first two games. And yet there was Brett Favre on Sunday, at Raymond James Stadium while wearing a Tompa Bay T-shirt with a bag of chips and no mask in sight. A day later, some are wondering what the hell was Brett Favre doing there? [more]

Bruce Arians: Tom Brady was “outstanding”

No one has to worry about Bruce Arians hurting Tom Brady‘s feelings this week. If anything, he might be being generous. Last week, Arians was openly critical of Brady’s play in the opener. After Brady bounced back to beat the Panthers, Arians said he was impressed. “I think he has a pretty good history of [more]

Tom Brady: A little better, still a long way from where we need to be

Tom Brady got his first win of 2020 on Sunday and said it felt good to cross that off the list after the game, but he also made it clear that he expects much more out of the Buccaneers in the weeks to come. Brady was 23-of-35 for 217 yards, a touchdown and an interception [more]

Buccaneers beat the Panthers 31-17

Tom Brady still doesn’t look like Tom Brady. And it’s not just the pewter uniforms. The Buccaneers got their first win under their new quarterback, 31-17 with a lot of help from the Panthers. The Panthers turned it over four times, leaving plenty of margin of error for Brady as he adjusts to his new [more]

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