Bucs break from offseason workouts to treat students to 'Field Day'

Tampa Bay Times
Bucs break from offseason workouts to treat students to 'Field Day'
Bucs break from offseason workouts to treat students to 'Field Day'

TAMPA — Bucs safety Jordan Whitehead grew up just northwest of Pittsburgh and holds fond memories of attending special events where he got to meet Steelers players. The first year he played youth football he wore No. 36 after meeting Hall of Famer Jerome Bettis. He also recalls getting to run around on the same field with Pittsburgh receiver Antwaan Randle El and linebacker Larry Foote, both of whom1 now coach for the Bucs. So, Whitehead went full circle on Friday when he reveled over the opportunity to play with school children at the Bucs' Advent Health Training Center. [ MORE BUCS: Bucs receiver Scotty Miller will have opportunity to show his versatility ] “I remember being able to meet NFL

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