2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
9-3, 1st in NFC South
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1dJenna Laine

Brady, Gronk now 2nd all-time in TDs by a duo

Buccaneers QB Tom Brady and TE Gronkowski hooked up for their 89th and 90th touchdowns in Sunday's win, moving them into second all-time for most regular-season touchdowns by a pair of players, behind only Peyton Manning and Marvin Harrison.

Brady's 4 TDs lead Buccaneers to win over Falcons (1:04)
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Brady lobs one to Gronk for 2nd TD of the day (0:17)
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Brady finds a crossing Gronk for a 27-yard TD (0:19)
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Leonard Fournette hauls in left-handed TD grab (0:16)
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Randy Moss: Antonio Brown 'owes the team' when he returns (1:21)
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2dAdam Schefter

Sources: NFL asking teams for further vax info

NFL officials want to ascertain whether any other players have misrepresented their vaccination status after the Buccaneers' Antonio Brown and Mike Edwards were suspended this week, sources told ESPN.

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3dJenna Laine

Bucs' Arians: NFL must dig deeper on vax issues

Bruce Arians said he hopes the NFL continues to look into other teams to verify the vaccination status of players after two of his Bucs players were found to have provided fake vaccination cards.

Stephen A. doesn't hold back on AB after suspension (2:40)
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Hour 4: Big Ben to the Big Bench

Antonio Brown suspended. David Pollack joins to talk about championship weekend & the CFP. Should the Steelers bench Big Ben?

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Hour 1: Still Concerned about Cowboys After Win?

The Cowboys pick up a much needed win over the Saints on TNF...but are you still concerned? Justin Fields practices but his status is still uncertain vs. the Cardinals on Sunday. Dan Graziano joins to talk about AB's suspension and more...

Spears sounds off on AB after his suspension (1:24)
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Bucs WR Brown suspended for COVID violation

Buccaneers wide receiver Antonio Brown was among three players who have been suspended three games for violating the NFL-NFLPA COVID-19 protocols.

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5dJenna Laine

Source: Bucs' AB to miss at least 2 more weeks

Buccaneers WR Antonio Brown is expected to miss at least two more weeks, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter, and coach Bruce Arians said Wednesday that Brown's return from an ankle injury is being delayed by issues he's having now with his heel.

Brady or Rodgers: Who has the better chance at a Super Bowl? (1:31)
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Team Stats

Passing Yards311.11st
Rushing Yards92.625th
Points For31.41st
Points Against22.5Tied-16th