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  • Special Olympians Take the Field

    Posted Jul 27, 2014

    Continuing a Training Camp tradition, HC Lovie Smith, GM Jason Licht and Buccaneers players welcomed nearly 100 Special Olympians to One Buccaneer Place on Sunday for an extraordinary afternoon filled with football, fun, and a whole lot of heart.

  • School Boards Laud Vision Program Impact

    Posted Jun 25, 2014

    For the second time in as many months, the Glazer Family Foundation's hallmark Vision Program was lauded by a local school board – this time in Pinellas County – for its impact on student health

  • Jackson Launches Children's Book Series

    Posted Jun 16, 2014

    At his camp for children in military families, WR Vincent Jackson and his wife Lindsey introduced the first Danny Dogtags book, a partnership between the Bucs and the Jackson In Action 83 Foundation

  • Bucs Take Part in Cut for a Cure

    By Scott Smith - Posted Jun 3, 2014

    Nearly 40 Buccaneer players and staff members had their heads shaved on Tuesday in support of an annual Pediatric Cancer Foundation initiative that has already raised nearly $300,000

  • Bucs Stamp Students' Tickets to the Future

    Posted May 30, 2014

    The Bucs visited a nearby elementary school on Friday to dedicate a new Fitness Zone and celebrate the Buccaneers Academies initiative, in the process honoring the memory of the late Malcolm Glazer

  • Florida Hospital Introduces Bucs Babies

    Posted May 22, 2014

    The Buccaneers and Florida Hospital welcome in the next generation of Bucs fans

  • Bucs Support Military Amputee Game

    By Scott Smith - Posted May 22, 2014

    The Wounded Warrior Amputee Football Team put its unbeaten record on the line Wednesday night at Tampa's Plant High School, with dozens of current and former Bucs taking part in the festivities

  • Vision Mobile Delivers 5,000th Pair

    Posted May 2, 2014

    As the Glazer Family Foundation Vision Program continues its efforts to combat problems caused by poor eyesight, its Vision Mobile hit an important milestone during Friday's visit to Forest Lakes Elementary

  • James Joins Florida's Anti-Littering Campaign

    By Scott Smith - Posted Apr 28, 2014

    Driven by a desire to keep his home state beautiful for his young son, Buccaneers RB Mike James is one of several prominent athletes taking part in the new Roadside Litter Prevention Education campaign

  • Goodell Helps Kick off BDCHS Campaign

    By Scott Smith - Posted Apr 25, 2014

    NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell served as the keynote speaker at Friday's Brooks DeBartolo Collegiate High School Champions' Breakfast, kicking off a campaign to construct an athletic complex on campus

  • Bucs, Raymond James Still 'Kicking for Kids'

    Posted Apr 17, 2014

    Now in its 14th year, the Kicking for Kids program has raised more than $250,000 to aid in the care of hospitalized children, with Raymond James Financial donating $1,000 for every successful Buccaneer field goal

  • Bucs, Coca-Cola Help Cycle Out Autism

    Posted Apr 11, 2014

    Nine employees formed the Buccaneers Cycling Team last weekend and rode in the Cycling Out Autism event, helping Pewter Partner Coca-Cola raise awareness of the issue and funds for affected families

  • Jackson Takes Flight with Thunderbirds

    By Scott Smith - Posted Mar 21, 2014

    Bucs WR Vincent Jackson, a tireless advocate for military families, was invited to take a ride in an F-16 jet on Thursday by the world-famous Thunderbirds

  • Pizzo Elementary Meets the Challenge

    Posted Feb 28, 2014

    The fifth-grade students at Pizzo Elementary School near USF logged the most minutes of exercise per student of the schools participating in the Buccaneers Play 60 Challenge, earning a valuable prize

  • Vision Mobile Creating a Clearer Future

    Posted Feb 17, 2014

    First introduced by the Glazer Family Foundation in 2009, the Vision Mobile continues to provide a much-needed service to thousands of Bay area students, as evidenced by its most recent school visits