The Buccaneers have agreed to a one-year deal with five-time Pro Bowl CB Ronde Barber, Fox Sports insider and NFL Network contributor Jay Glazer reported Wednesday.
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Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Johnson will visit the Washington Redskins on Wednesday, a league source told NFL Network Insider Jason La Canfora on Tuesday.
Free-agent LB Geno Hayes will visit the Broncos this week, according to a league source.
Free-agent LB Curtis Lofton will visit the Saints this weekend, according to a league source.
Ex-Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman Ben Grubbs has agreed to a five-year, $36 million contract with the New Orleans Saints, league sources said Thursday.
In the end, Vincent Jackson felt wanted by his new team, something his former team just couldn’t match.
After Carl Nicks agreed to a huge deal with the Bucs on Tuesday, the Ravens’ challenge to re-sign guard Ben Grubbs might have gotten even tougher.
Cornerback Eric Wright has agreed to terms with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, according to a league source.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers got their man in wide receiver Vincent Jackson, signing him to a five-year deal that will average $12 million over the first three years.
The Buccaneers and Eagles were making a push to get Carl Nicks in for a visit, and the two-time All-Pro guard will make a visit with Tampa, according to a league source.
As expected, Carl Nicks is getting a lot of attention now that the free-agent market has opened.
The Buccaneers are deep in talks with WR Vincent Jackson and trying to complete a deal.
Posted: Monday, February 27th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Three and out, Dwayne Bowe, Jamaal Charles, Josh Freeman, Kansas City Chiefs, Mario Manningham, Mark Sanchez, Matt Cassel, New York Giants, New York Jets, Peyton Manning, Rex Ryan, Romeo Crennel, Santonio Holmes, Scott Pioli, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Victor Cruz
Jamaal Charles might find himself with some company in the Chiefs backfield, just one of several changes the team could be poised to make.
The Giants denied permission for offensive quality control coach Kevin Gilbride, Jr. to interview with the Buccaneers.
Following a 10-6 season in 2010, Raheem Morris nicknamed the Buccaneers “Youngry” because of their talented stock of up-and-comers. That promise didn’t pan out in 2011, leaving Morris without a job and incoming head coach Greg Schiano with decisions on what to make of his young first-team (which averaged less than 26 years old coming into the year).