2020 Schedule

2020 Schedule
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1dDavid Purdum

Chiefs, Buccaneers open with highest win totals

The Chiefs open with the highest win total of all NFL teams ahead of the league's first 17-game regular season, with 12, followed by the Bucs with 11.5 wins.

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1dTodd McShay

McShay's top NFL draft needs for all 32 teams

Receiver help for the Lions, Saints and Eagles? More edge rushers for the Vikings, Bills and Giants? Todd McShay explains what every NFL team is seeking at this year's draft.

Can the Bucs repeat with the bull's-eye on their back? (1:05)
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4dJeff Legwold

More NFL teams opt to skip voluntary workouts

Players from the Broncos, Seahawks, Bucs, Lions and "some" from the Patriots will not formally report to their team facilities next week to begin voluntary offseason workouts, according to statements released by the NFLPA.

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5dJenna Laine

Source: Bernard agrees to deal with Buccaneers

Giovani Bernard, 29, who agreed to a one-year deal on Monday, a source told ESPN, brings added veteran presence and depth to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' running back room.

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7dMark Schlabach

Finau surprised by Brady call during Masters delay

Tony Finau got a surprise FaceTime call from Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady during a lengthy weather delay Saturday at the Masters Tournament.

Will the Buccaneers draft Tom Brady's successor this year? (1:12)
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Why Stephen A. is giving thanks to Tom Brady (2:05)
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Brady: Realized 'Patriot Way' wasn't the only way

After being the "new guy" for the first time since his rookie season with the Patriots, Tom Brady said he realized that "there's another way that people do things" during his first season with the Bucs, which resulted in his seventh Super Bowl title.

'I'm going to Disney World!': Brady has fun at the happiest place on Earth (0:42)
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14dTom VanHaaren

Brady rookie card sells for record $2.25 million

Tom Brady's rookie card sold in March for $1.32 million, believed to be a record high for any football card, and now the same type of card has blown past that record, selling for $2.25 million on Friday.

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16dJenna Laine

Bucs are picking up 5th-year option on DT Vea

Tampa Bay Buccaneers general manager Jason Licht said Thursday that the team will be picking up the fifth-year option on defensive tackle Vita Vea.

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16dJenna Laine

GM: Brady progressing 'very well' from surgery

Buccaneers general manager Jason Licht said Thursday that quarterback Tom Brady is progressing "very well" in his recovery from offseason knee surgery, described as a "minor surgical procedure."

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Top pass catching prospects Ja'Marr Chase and Kyle Pitts show out in pro days

On this edition of NFL Live the crew breaks down the Pro Days of top pass catchers Ja'Marr Chase and Kyle Pitts, which guy will be drafted first? Also Russell Wilson gets some added help as Tyler Lockett received a contract extension, what does this mean for Wilson's future in Seattle? And is Aaron Rodgers time in Green Bay nearing the end?

Shaq Barrett hoping Arians has to get another tattoo (1:10)
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Team Stats

Passing Yards289.12nd
Rushing Yards94.9Tied-28th
Points For30.83rd
Points Against22.225th