10:40 AM EDT, Mon April 21, 2014

Revis trade, one year later: Winners, losers

Good morning, New York Jets fans. One year ago, your favorite team traded its best player. Yes, April 21 is the first anniversary of the Darrelle Revis trade, a highly controversial move in which John Idzik -- in his first significant decision as the general manager -- traded the then-injured cornerback to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers because owner Woody Johnson refused to meet the player's asking price on a new contract, $16 million per year. After months of speculation, fans awoke on a Sunday morning to the news that Revis was en route to Tampa to take a physical.
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New York Jets Flight Connections 4-21-14

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Tampa Bay Times Apr 19, 2014

Josh McCown embraces mentor role with Bucs

QB Josh McCown is open to mentoring his possible replacement.
Tampa Bay Times Apr 18, 2014

Gerald McCoy raves about Bucs' William Gholston

TAMPA — DT Gerald McCoy has seen the Bucs add two new key contributors to the defensive line in E Michael Johnson and T Clinton McDonald. But he's also excited about the progress he saw at the end of last season from rookie E William Gholston.

Video: Bucs’ McCoy Compares First Day of Workouts to High School?

Tampa Bay two-time All-Star defensive tackle Gerald McCoy always has interesting things to say. This is no different. See him explain how the first few days of voluntary workouts took McCoy back to a familiar place in time.

Bucs' offseason overhaul includes team physicians

While much has been made of the Bucs' offseason overhaul, with new coach Lovie Smith and general manager Jason Licht already signing 23 new players and cutting key veterans from last year's team, the organization has been busy with changes behind the scenes as well.

Bucs' McCoy compares Gholston to Peppers

Bucs defensive tackle Gerald McCoy saw his team add two new key contributors to the defensive line in end Michael Johnson and tackle Clinton McDonald, but he's also excited about the progress he saw at the end of last season from rookie end William Gholston.
Tampa Bay Times Apr 16, 2014

Ex-Buc Josh Freeman joins Giants

Former Bucs quarterback Josh Freeman agreed to terms with the Giants to provide insurance as starter Eli Manning, recovers from ankle surgery, according to several media reports.

Bucs’ Michael Johnson Enters the World of Simeon

During early workouts with his new team, Tampa Bay Bucs defensive end Michael Johnson has been looking at film from a Bucs pass rusher from the past for any tips. The former Bucs player Johnson has been studying was none other than Simeon Rice. Rice is known for his outspokeness off the field but there is no doubt of his ability to rush the passer on the field. Rice led the Bucs in sacks from 2001-2005, registering double-digit sacks each… Read More »

Ex-Bucs QB Freeman lands with Giants

Josh Freeman's long downward spiral -- from Bucs starter to Vikings backup to a month of waiting in free agency -- ended Wednesday as he agreed to terms on a contract with the Giants as a backup to Eli Manning, according to multiple reports.
The Ledger Apr 16, 2014

Tampa Bay Bucs: James Building Up Muscles, Confidence

It's evident that Tampa Bay running back Mike James has been doing more than rehabilitating the left ankle that was broken and ended his 2013 rookie season. James has also been in the weight room.
Tampa Bay Times Apr 15, 2014

Return of Tampa 2 excites Bucs' Gerald McCoy

Lovie Smith brings the defensive scheme back to Tampa Bay.

Bucs drafting QB won't change McCown's approach

New Bucs starting quarterback Josh McCown met some of the draft prospects who made visits to One Buc Place last week but said even if the team uses the No. 7 overall pick on a quarterback, it won't change his approach to the upcoming season.

Former Ridge Standout Mike James Close to Returning

Tampa Bay second-year running back Mike James said he is close to being 100 percent healthy and is looking forward to getting back onto the field. James suffered a broken left ankle in the team’s November Monday Night Football game against the Miami Dolphins. He said he has started running and cutting but not yet at full speed. One thing is different is he has added bulk to his upper body. “My weight is pretty good right now,” said James… Read More »

Bucs RB James pleased with ankle recovery

Five months after a promising rookie season ended with a broken ankle, Bucs running back Mike James said he's pleased with his recovery and already running and cutting as he eyes a healthy return for the 2014 season.

Does McCown fit NFC QB hierachy with Brees, Ryan, Newton?

The NFC South has been an arms race, with Pro Bowl passers such as the Saints' Drew Brees, the Panthers' Cam Newton and the Falcons' Matt Ryan.

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