Saturday, November 28, 2020
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Buccaneers’ Winston To Be Sued By Uber Driver Over 2016 Incident

A female Uber driver in Arizona is suing Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston, accusing him of sexual assault.

No, I Will Not Be Watching “The National Football” Losers Again...

This will be my third consecutive year in which I haven't watched the National Football League (NFL). I originally quit because of the thug players who should have been behind bars and not on the gridiron,

Here We Go Again As Three Miami Dolphins Protest During Anthem

Kenny Stills and two other Miami Dolphins renewed their protests before an exhibition game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, triggering yet another round of debate about the divisive NFL issue.

Curtis West Speaks of Beef O’Brady’s Restaurant Not Airing NFL Package

A Beef O'Brady's in Brooksville, Florida will not be showing the NFL Sunday Ticket Package for the 2018 season. Curtis West, co-owner of the establishment cites the response to the NFL players' actions during the National Anthem.

Dan Maduri and Rock Riley on Jameis Winston’s Press Conference

On Thursday, Tampa Bay Buccaneers training camp began in earnest with the first full practice of 2018.  There is usually a buzz around professional teams as they get ready to start a new season, but things were different at One Buc Place.

Jameis Winston Agrees to NFL Suspension

The National Football League made their reported three game suspension of Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston official on Thursday afternoon.  Winston will miss the first three games of the 2018 NFL season, including a week three Monday Night Football contest at home against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Warrick Dunn Provides Counterpoint to NFL Controversies

In an era where the NFL has become almost synonymous with controversy and character issues, Warrick Dunn continues to stand as a positive example for players and fans alike to follow.

An Open Letter To NFL Kneelers

I salute you for being young men of principle who are willing to risk your NFL careers and endorsement potential for the values in which you deeply believe.  To African-American kneelers: You are justifiably proud of your heritage, and I deeply admire those individuals like you who care about the less fortunate of their particular race or ethnic group.

Multiple protests expected for Sunday’s Bucs-Giants game.

It is week two of the great cultural debate on will NFL players, kneel or stand during the playing of the national anthem. One week ago as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, were on the road in Minneapolis to face the Vikings, star receivers DeSean Jackson and Mike Evans knelt during the national anthem before the game. Their actions were part of a league-wide protest by NFL players who used the game day for highlighting what they see as oppression of black Americans.

Yahoo to stream Jacksonville – Ravens game live from London

The Jacksonville Jaguars will be hosting the Baltimore Ravens Sunday morning at 9:30 p.m. in London. The game will air on CBS locally in only Jacksonville and Baltimore, meanwhile the game will be streamed nationally on Yahoo.
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