Tampa Bay Buccaneers

  • Passing Yards
    297.0 PYPG
  • Rushing Yards
    86.0 RYPG
  • Total Yards Per Game
    383.0 YPG
  • ABC News

    Brandon Marshall began mentoring Austin Seferian-Jenkins after his DUI arrest

    Troubled tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins already has a mentor in the New York Jets' locker room:? Brandon Marshall. When the star wide receiver learned Seferian-Jenkins was arrested for DUI last Friday, resulting in his release from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, he called immediately -- before the Jets claimed him on waivers. "We've been talking for a while. He's a great talent," Marshall told reporters Tuesday at a charity event in Manhattan. "When I heard [Monday] we claimed him, I was like, 'This is God-sent.' If he needs me, I'm there. I've already connected him with the right people in the city if he needs them." The Jets don't have any proven pass-catching tight ends, so they decided to take

  • Denver Broncos at Tampa Bay Buccaneers Week 4: Everything we know
    Mile High Report

    Denver Broncos at Tampa Bay Buccaneers Week 4: Everything we know

    The Denver Broncos (3-0) will take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1-2) on Sunday, October 2nd at 2:05 p.m. Mile High time at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. Here is everything we know about this Week 4 matchup.

  • Previewing the Illinois Fighting Illini
    Corn Nation

    Previewing the Illinois Fighting Illini

    After opening the Lovie Smith era with 52-3 blowout victory over 1-AA Murray State, Illinois got off to a fast start three weeks ago against North Carolina. Ke’Shawn Vaughn sprinted 65 yards on the third play of the game to give the Illini an early lead. It didn’t last, though. Illinois’ fourth quarter comeback attempt came to an end when quarterback Wes Lunt fumbled the snap on fourth-and-three from the North Carolina 20 yard line. A long touchdown run by the Tar Heels sealed the Illini fate as North Carolina won 48-23. Two weeks ago, Western Michigan rushed for 287 yards enroute to a 34-10 victory over Illinois that was, well, sobering for the Illini. Even more frustrating was the ineptitude