Here are three players who could be poised to make a big comeback on the fantasy scene in 2012.
Coming off a season in which his decision-making appeared to regress, Josh Freeman is trying to put a disappointing 2011 behind him.
Finding Josh Freeman a high quality protector off the edge remains a bit of unfinished business for Buccaneers GM Mark Dominik.
After staying out of the free-agent melee for the past few offseasons, the Buccaneers took a tremendous risk, albeit one that could pay big dividends, on the first day of free agency.
Can LeGarrette Blount bounce back? That's just one of several fantasy football questions surrounding the Bucs this offseason.
A builder — one that enjoys the process and all the pains that are certain to come along the way — is exactly what the Buccaneers needed in their new head coach.
We hear the Buccaneers believe they need to add a legitimate vertical threat to bolster their receiver corps.
GM Mark Dominik and the Glazers are looking for a head coach who has a plan for developing the QB they still have much confidence in.
One of the first people Tampa Bay should look to interview for its head-coaching vacancy is Panthers offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski, who did great work with Cam Newton.
Dallas OLB DeMarcus Ware and WR Laurent Robinson will play against the Buccaneers Saturday night, as will Tampa QB Josh Freeman.
Bucs QB Josh Freeman says his injured throwing shoulder is improving and that he hopes to be able to play Sunday vs. the Jaguars.
Buccaneers QB Josh Freeman will not play in Sunday's game against the Panthers. Josh Johnson will get the start.
With starting QB Josh Freeman questionable for Sunday's game vs. Carolina, the Bucs promoted QB Rudy Carpenter from their practice squad Saturday.
We hear there is no teammate Buccaneers QB Josh Freeman trusts more than TE Kellen Winslow.
The Bucs, while concerned, are not panicking about Josh Freeman's ups and downs this season.