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Bucs interview Ronald Curry for offensive coordinator

Shortly after learning for certain that Tom Brady will not be their quarterback in 2023, the Buccaneers moved on with the search for someone to serve as their offensive coordinator.The Bucs announced that Saints quarterbacks coach and passing game coordinator Ronald Curry interviewed for the opening. The Bucs fired Byron Leftwich and several other assistants [more]

Glazer family: Tom Brady set an exceptional standard that elevated our organization to new heights

Tom Brady has once again issued a Feb. 1 retirement announcement. But this time, he actually used the word “retire” and said that this one is “for good.”After Brady played his last three seasons with the Buccaneers, the organization issued a few statements on the quarterback finally hanging it up.“Tom’s impact on our franchise these [more]

Report: Tom Brady decision came down to retiring or playing for Bucs

Tom Brady announced that he’s retiring on Wednesday morning and, unlike last year’s announcement, he says that his time his decision to end his days as a player is “for good.”Jeff Darlington of ESPN reports that the Buccaneers found out Brady’s plans shortly before the rest of us. Brady reportedly informed the team of his [more]

Tom Brady “retired” one year ago today

Happy Birthday, Tom Brady‘s fake retirement.Yes, Brady announced his retirement on February 1, 2022. I don’t call it a fake retirement because it ended 40 days later, with Brady returning to the Buccaneers. It call it a fake retirement because it was merely an attempted retirement from the Buccaneers.Brady’s then-secret plan was to join forces [more]

Bucs complete interview with Shea Tierney

The Buccaneers announced they have completed an interview with Giants quarterbacks coach Shea Tierney for their offensive coordinator vacancy. Earlier Tuesday, the team interviewed Georgia offensive coordinator Todd Monken.They have spoken to four other candidates in addition to Tierney and Monken. Jaguars passing game coordinator Jim Bob Cooter, Vikings wide receivers coach Keenan McCardell, Broncos [more]

Report: “Many” close to Tom Brady think it’s “likely” he’ll play

Tom Brady gets testy when asked about his plans for the future. Those close to him aren’t quite as standoffish.Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports that “many” close to Brady think it’s “likely” he’ll play in 2023.The great unknown is where. The Buccaneers are in play, despite a widespread belief that Brady will [more]

Buccaneers complete interview with Todd Monken

Todd Monken’s bid for a second stint as the Buccaneers offensive coordinator took a step forward on Tuesday.The Bucs announced on Tuesday afternoon that they have completed an interview with Monken for the vacancy they created by firing Byron Leftwich in the wake of their elimination from the playoffs.Monken was the Bucs’ offensive coordinator under [more]

Tom Brady: Flags should only be thrown when violations are clear, obvious, and prolonged

The bigger the game, the louder the complaints about bad calls. And there were some loud complaints about bad calls from Sunday’s conference championship games.“It’s just the way sports are, you know, it’s just another thing for us to get emotional about,” Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady said in the latest episode of his Let’s Go! [more]

Tom Brady: 49ers “had no chance to compete” due to quarterback injuries

At a time when, once again, there’s talk of Tom Brady potentially (and finally) joining the 49ers, anything Brady has to say about the team he grew up rooting for becomes very relevant.On the latest episode of his Let’s Go! podcast, Brady addressed the 49ers’ predicament against the Eagles, given the injuries to their quarterbacks.“Injuries [more]

Report: Bucs will interview Todd Monken on Tuesday

The Buccaneers are scheduled to interview Georgia offensive coordinator Todd Monken on Tuesday, NFL Media reports.Monken interviewed for the Ravens’ offensive coordinator job last week.He has held the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at UGA since 2020. Monken spent the 2016-18 seasons as the Bucs’ offensive coordinator before going to Cleveland, where he was the [more]

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