Jibreel Black

#74DT,
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 278
Born:
College: Michigan
Birth Place: Cincinnati, Ohio
Draft: Undrafted
  • Stanley C. Panther a champion, finally, at Mascot Games in Orlando
    Miami Herald

    Stanley C. Panther a champion, finally, at Mascot Games in Orlando

    Stanley C. Panther of the NHL Florida Panthers finally raised the Cup, an achievement which has eluded him for years. It wasn’t Lord Stanley’s, but Stanley could be considered a Lord, after helping the OUC The Reliable One Green Team win day one’s tournament at the Amway Center. This marks the first time Stanley is part of a champion Mascot Games team as he’s placed on runner-up teams before...until now. Stanley proved dedication and hard work pay off, and he is returning to South Florida with the Cup. Sebastian the Ibis of the NCAA University of Miami and Billy the Marlin of the MLB Miami Marlins are other local mascots who’ve held, hoisted, hugged, and kissed the Cup on championship teams in

  • Jameis Winston returns to Tallahassee to help lead youth camp, charitable events
    Orlando Sentinel

    Jameis Winston returns to Tallahassee to help lead youth camp, charitable events

    Jameis Winston has made a few trips back to Florida State since he left the Seminoles after the 2014 season, but his visit on Saturday was a bit different. The former FSU and current Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback was back in Tallahassee this weekend to volunteer at the inaugural Elite Championship Camp on Florida State’s campus. The event, which was organized by Richard Terrell Rabb, saw 200 middle school students participate in a free-of-charge football skills camp which saw them get tips and football advice from current NFL and FSU players. Winston, a massive figure in Tallahassee, is a longtime family friend of Raab, spearheading the volunteer effort both ahead of and during Saturday’s event.

  • The 2016 Bucs defense was awesome, when pressuring quarterbacks
    Bucs Nation

    The 2016 Bucs defense was awesome, when pressuring quarterbacks

    Everyone knows that the key to a quality defense is the ability to pressure the quarterback. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers won a Super Bowl based on that fact alone, after all, and the Bucs have struggled to put together a good defense since then, mostly because they can’t find good, consistent pass rushers. That was true last year, too. The Bucs were outstanding when pressuring quarterbacks. In fact, according to Football Outsiders they were the second-best defense when they got pressure, and the gap between their defensive results when getting pressure and when not getting pressure was the fifth-biggest in the NFL—though their pressure-free pass defense still ranked eighth in the NFL. But the Bucs