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Tampa Bay Buccaneers were established in 1976, directly into the NFL, and currently plays in the NFC South. Played in the Raymond James Stadium since 1998, and have appeared in 10 playoffs during their history. They were able to win 1 Super Bowl championship in 2002, and if they continue performing well, they may achieve another victory. Going to the Buccaneers official website will give you the latest news and stats, and fan sites and blogs are excellent sources of extra information.

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Jason Pierre-Paul: "I'm Unstoppable"

Evan Smith Stays Put with Two-Year Deal

Buccaneers Free Agency Tracker

What a Rush! Bucs Land Pierre-Paul in Trade

Five Things to Know About DE Jason Pierre-Paul

Bucs Still Loaded with Draft Assets After Trade

Five-Round Mock Hits All the Notes

Behind the Buccaneers: Cameron Brate

Buccaneers.com Mock Draft 2.0

Bucs Ink Peyton Barber to One-Year Deal

Jensen Ready to Set the Tone Up Front

Vinny Curry : 'It's Like He Had a Manual on Me'

Vinny Curry Signed to Add Edge Pressure

Bucs Re-sign Clarke, Glanton, Lynch

Buccaneers Mock Draft Roundup 7.0

Buccaneers make Ryan Jensen highest-paid center

Tampa Bay Buccaneers release DT Chris Baker

Buccaneers release RB Doug Martin after six seasons

Who's safe? Who's out? NFC coaches on hot seat

Buccaneers will keep coach Dirk Koetter for 2018

Evans intends to apologize to Lattimore for Week 9 hit

Dirk Koetter: Speculation about my future distracting

Carolina Panthers clinch playoff berth in win over Bucs

Bucs are preferred destination in a Jon Gruden return

Jameis Winston's performance offers glimmer of hope

Jameis Winston: Buccaneers stand behind Dirk Koetter

Bucs' Jameis Winston denies rift with Dirk Koetter

Jameis Winston to start for Buccaneers vs. Packers

NFL Week 12: What we learned from Sunday's games

Jameis Winston nearing return from shoulder injury

Ryan Fitzpatrick to start for Buccaneers vs. Dolphins

Jameis Winston fined $12K for poking Lattimore