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Agent: Bucs not taking '15 option on Clayborn

Agent: Bucs not taking '15 option on Clayborn

TAMPA -- Both the team and player reiterated Wednesday that it won't change his future or how he approaches this season, but the agent for Bucs defensive end Adrian Clayborn said Wednesday the team has told him it won't be picking up a $6.96 million option for 2015.
Sander Philipse / Bucs Nation 13 hours ago

Daily Bucs Links: First day of mini-camp

All the Tampa Bay Buccaneers news. Bucs are $13 million under cap - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog - ESPNCan spend around $5-$7 million. Russell Allen suffered on-field stroke playing linebacker for Jaguars | The MMQB with Peter KingWhoa. And his career is over. Damn. Carl Nicks eagerly anticipates return...
KFFL 8 hours ago

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TAMPA — On a perfect spring afternoon, the new kid in town decided to take his new car out for a spin.
The Ledger 17 hours ago

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Carl Nicks Said He Plans to be Ready by Training Camp: Video

Tampa Bay left guard Carl Nicks said he hopes to be ready to return to the field by the start of training camp. This is just one of the questions he answered during his first interview since having MRSA surgery. Here is the video:

First Day of Bucs Voluntary Mini-Camp is a Wrap

Tampa Bay Bucs head coach Lovie Smith said there was 100 percent participation at the voluntary mini-camp and wasn’t surprised. “Everyone has been here all offseason really and that’s what you expect,” he said. “It’s voluntary work but if you want to get better, why would you pass up an opportunity? I appreciate that from the team — again they want to do something. All you can do at this time in April is just show up each day and… Read More »
Tampa Bay Times Apr 22, 2014

Carl Nicks eagerly anticipates return to Bucs

TAMPA — Carl Nicks says he has pain and nerve damage in his left foot, something the Bucs guard believes he may have to suffer with the rest of the life.

Smith pleased with perfect attendance for minicamp

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Quick notes as Bucs open voluntary minicamp ...

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Bucs preseason schedule released

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Tampa Bay Times Apr 21, 2014

5 questions Bucs hope to resolve before draft

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One of the wrinkles of the NFL's new CBA will come into play next week, when teams must decide whether to sign their 2011 first-round draft picks to a fifth-year option for 2015. Teams can still cut the player up until next March without penalty, but the speculation Monday is that the Bucs won't opt for the option on defensive end Adrian …
Tampa Bay Times Apr 19, 2014

Josh McCown embraces mentor role with Bucs

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Tampa Bay Times Apr 18, 2014

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