Tom Brady to be away from Bucs for a few days, coach says

Tom Brady was nowhere to be seen during the final practice before the first preseason game this weekend. In fact, he will be away from the team for the next few days. Head Coach Todd Bowles said Thursday the quarterback will be out for 11 days for personal reasons until after the Tennessee Titans game next week. It was discussed and approved prior to the beginning of camp.

Bucs begin mandatory mini-camp

With the NFL season right around the corner, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers began mandatory mini-camps on Tuesday. It was the first time we've seen Tom Brady back on the field since last season.

Bucs remove Gruden from Ring of Honor

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced they are removing former coach Jon Gruden from the team's Ring of Honor following reports he used racist, misogynistic. and homophobic language in emails years ago.

Bucs take on Falcons at home

While Tampa Bay Buccaneer fans certainly care about what happens on the field inside Raymond James Stadium, pre-game festivities are sometimes more memorable.

Jacob Harris training for NFL

Former UCF receiver Jacob Harris was initially predicted to be an undrafted free agent after next week's NFL draft. But his draft stock has soared. Some experts think he could be a middle round pick. At this point, he's talked with the Rams and the Patriots, among other teams.

Bucs championship gear on sale

Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans did not waste any time getting their hands on that Super Bowl championship gear. Just hours after the Bucs won the big game, retailers began stocking their floors with merchandise.

Photos: Bucs win Super Bowl LV in Tampa

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers won the Super Bowl at their own stadium Sunday night, leading to something never before seen in NFL history: A Super Bowl celebration on home turf.

Keeping the Super Bowl Experience COVID-safe

The NFL plans to allow 22,000 fans to attend Super Bowl LV next month, 7,500 of whom are vaccinated health care workers. The reduced capacity is due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Health care workers get free Super Bowl tickets from NFL

Some nurses at Sarasota Memorial Hospital received a surprise guest during a Zoom meeting on Thursday. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell expressed gratitude for frontline workers in the fight against the coronavirus and extended an invitation to attend the Super Bowl for free.