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Factoid: Mike Evans

It’s early. No reason to draw overreaching conclusions yet. But I’m thinking Mike Evans won’t be as dominant around the end zone this season.  more »



Bucs add WR Godwin to injury report

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers added wide receiver CHRIS GODWIN to the injury report just days ahead of Thursday night’s season opener against the Dallas Cowboys. Godwin was listed as a limitedMore participant in Tuesday’s practice due to a quad injury after not appearing on Monday’s injury report. It is unclear if the 25-year-old wideout is in jeopardy of missing the opener, but the game status report will be announced today and will likely shed some light on his status. Less


Around the NFL: Franchise players

Neither Chris Godwin nor Allen Robinson has agreed to a long-term contract, so both are now locked into playing under the one-year franchise tag. For fantasy purposes, it can be debated whether this is a good or a bad thing.   more »


Around the NFL: Antonio Brown

Antonio Brown has re-signed with the Bucs. That keeps intact one of the league’s best trios of wide receivers – and could make crowding an issue with Tampa Bay’s passing game.  more »


Factoid: Kenny Golladay

Kenny Golladay is heading for free agency, and I’ll be very interested to see what kind of contract he lands. Unlike a couple of the other notable free agent wide receivers, Golladay will be truly unrestricted – not bogged down by the franchise tag.  more »



Bucs place franchise tag on star WR Godwin

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers placed the franchise tag on star wide receiver CHRIS GODWIN this week. Godwin was set to become an unrestricted free agent on March 17th, but he appearsMore set to remain with the Bucs heading into the 2021 season. Tampa Bay used the “non-exclusive” tag on Godwin, meaning he can negotiate with other teams – but the Buccaneers have the right to match any potential contract offer. Less

Source: Team Website


Bucs WR Godwin open to playing 2021 season on franchise tag

Tampa Bay wide receiver CHRIS GODWIN would prefer to remain with the team, and the Bucs would prefer to keep him in town. The best way for Tampa Bay to keepMore Godwin is to apply the franchise tag, and the star wideout said that he will play on the tag and “go back to war with my guys” if that is what the team ultimately decides. Godwin, 25, made $4.65 million on his rookie deal, while the franchise tag for receivers is $16.4 million for 2021. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Factoid: Free agent receivers

A whole bunch of free agent wide receivers will soon be hitting the market, with Allen Robinson and Chris Godwin leading the way. Do these kind of receivers tend to fair better or worse when landing with new franchises?   more »

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Around the NFL: Antonio Brown

Things are looking up for Antonio Brown. He’s been sidelined since injuring a knee in a win at New Orleans, but he was a full participant at Tampa Bay’s practice today. Bruce Arians indicates that barring any setbacks, Brown will be a full go on Sunday.  more »



Bucs WR Brown dealing with knee injury, awaiting MRI

Tampa Bay wide receiver ANTONIO BROWN left Sunday’s playoff game with a knee issue and is reportedly awaiting an MRI to confirm the extent of his injury. If Brown were toMore miss any time, the Bucs are certainly in good shape with fellow wide receivers MIKE EVANS and CHRIS GODWIN. In addition, SCOTTY MILLER and rookie TYLER JOHNSON could also be in the mix if Brown’s injury is significant. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Brady throws 4 touchdowns in Bucs rout, Evans hurt

Tampa Bay quarterback TOM BRADY finished the 2020 regular season strong, throwing 4 touchdowns in a win that locked the Bucs into the fifth position in this year’s playoffs. Brady threwMore 2 touchdowns each to wide receivers ANTONIO BROWN and CHRIS GODWIN. The duo stepped up when veteran wideout MIKE EVANS was forced to leave the game after suffering a hyperextended left knee early on. Bucs head coach Bruce Arians said after the game that the team did not think the injury to Evans was serious. Less

Source: Tampa Bay Times


Good news, bad news on Bucs injury report

Tampa Bay wide receiver MIKE EVANS missed Thursday’s practice after being limited in Wednesday’s practice due to a hamstring injury. Meanwhile, fellow wide receiver CHRIS GODWIN was a full participant inMore Thursday’s practice after missing time earlier in the week following a procedure that removed 10 pins from his surgically repaired finger. Less

Source: Team Blog


Bucs WR Godwin one tough cookie

Tampa Bay wide receiver CHRIS GODWIN underwent a procedure on Tuesday to have pins removed from the finger that he fractured in late October. Godwin has been able to play throughMore the painful injury thanks to a customized splint and glove on his left hand. Head coach Bruce Arians said that that there is “no chart for the toughness of Chris Goodwin”. The tough wideout is expected to start on Sunday when the Bucs play against the Minnesota Vikings. Less

Source: Tampa Bay Times


Bucs activate Antonio Brown, Week #9 role uncertain

The Tampa Bay Bucs officially added seven-time Pro Bowl wide receiver ANTONIO BROWN to the active roster on Tuesday. Brown will join the Bucs for a walk-through practice on Wednesday aheadMore of Sunday night’s game against the New Orleans Saints. Head coach Bruce Arians said that Brown’s role against the Saints will depend on how the game goes. The Bucs are optimistic that wide receiver CHRIS GODWIN will return, but Brown could still have a role. Less

Source: Tampa Bay Times


Bucs WR Godwin undergoes finger surgery

Tampa Bay wide receiver CHRIS GODWIN suffered a fractured left index finger in Sunday’s game against the Las Vegas Raiders and underwent surgery for the injury on Tuesday. Godwin will missMore the Bucs’ upcoming Monday Night Football game against the New York Giants. The team expects Godwin to return for the Week #9 game against the New Orleans Saints. Less

Source: Tampa Bay Times

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