The Tampa Bay Buccaneers drafted a diamond in the rough with their first round pick in the most recent NFL draft. Calijah Kancey was an excellent interior pass rush prospect who was expected to come off the board sooner than he did.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers running game in 2022 was miserable. In fact, it was one of the worst in the entire NFL. With the running game an obvious area of concern moving forward, the Buccaneers decided to change things up in the backfield by releasing veteran running back Leonard Fournette and the retirement of Giovani Bernard.
While all eyes are set on the 2023 season, Pewter Report is taking a look at the Bucs in 2023 and into the future. Going position by position, we’ll provide a three-year outlook to get an idea of what the 2024 and 2025 Bucs might look like — and how 2023 may impact those future teams.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive tackle Tristan Wirfs has faced off against many of the NFL’s best pass rushers since entering the league in 2020. Speaking recently on the “Vikes Verified” podcast, Wirfs identified the top-5 sack artists he’s been across on the line of scrimmage.
Training camp is soon to begin for all 32 NFL teams, and for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, it’s a time to prepare as the team sets to prove its worth. The Bucs may have lost QB Tom Brady and many other free agents, but HC Todd Bowles and his squad are set to usher in a new era and attempt to prove that the team can continue its success.
A witness to Leonard Fournette's late-June car fire said the running back was speeding and racing a motorcyclist before the incident, according to a police report. The free agent gave a different account though.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are slated to take a step back in 2023 after the departure of Tom Brady. Don’t tell cornerback Carlton Davis that. In a recent interview with Tyler Dunne, Davis said that other teams are in for a “rude awakening” in 2023.