Buccaneers LS Andrew Economos tore his Achilles tendon, Bucs GM Mark Dominik announced Thursday before the team's pre-draft press conference.
Buccaneers director of football administration Digger Daley is leaving the organization and the team is looking for his replacement.
Buccaneers assistant head coach Jayson Kaiser was arrested on early Wednesday morning and charged with DUI, according to the St. Petersburg Times.
The NFL announced Monday that the Bears and Buccaneers will play in London on Oct. 23 as part of the fifth annual NFL International Series game, confirming reports from last week.
In the 29th installment of the Draft Dose series, PFW looks at five teams that are in need of an inside linebacker, with Illinois' Martez Wilson a top option.
According to multiple reports, the 2011 NFL game in London will pit the Bears against the Buccaneers.
The Buccaneers have signed general manager Mark Dominik to a four-year contract extension.
Some in the media called for the Buccaneers to cut CB Aqib Talib in the immediate aftermath of a March 21 incident that resulted in Talib being charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
PFW looks back at the last 10 players chosen with the 20th pick in the NFL draft, including Texans CB Kareem Jackson in 2010.
Buccaneers CB Aqib Talib has turned himself into authorities on a warrant accusing him of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Buccaneers CB Aqib Talib, according to a spokesman for the Garland police department speaking with Tampa radio station WDAE.
Many observers are predicting that Tampa Bay will be one of the teams hurt most by the lockout, but PFW's Dan Parr says the conventional wisdom about the Bucs is wrong again.
The Buccaneers are looking for a pass rusher and more pieces to complement QB Josh Freeman on offense in this year's draft, but we hear they will be targeting a safety, too.
The Vikings are looking for a successor to QB Brett Favre, as PFW identifies the top three draft needs of each NFC team.
While he waits for the owners and the players' union to settle the labor dispute, Buccaneers TE Kellen Winslow told PFW he's working to stay in shape and is prepared financially if the lockout lingers into the fall.