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In addition to adding Warren Sapp's name to the Ring of Honor on November 11, the Buccaneers will also be retiring jersey #99, an exclusive honor that has been bestowed on only two men in franchise history
On Nov. 11, soon-to-be Hall of Famer Warren Sapp will become the fifth person inducted into the Ring of Honor at Raymond James Stadium, recognizing one of the most impactful figures in franchise history
Doug Martin, Vincent Jackson and Josh Freeman broke some of the most enduring records in Buccaneer annals last year, arousing curiosity as to what additional long-standing marks could be in danger of falling in 2013
Now that the former Tampa Bay great has joined Lee Roy Selmon in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, will any of his teammates follow suit next year? An early look at the likely competition
On Saturday, former Buccaneer great Warren Sapp was one of seven people selected for enshrinement in the Pro Football Hall of Fame as part of the Class of 2013, marking one of the most momentous occasions in franchise history
The NFL Honors Award Show, which debuted last year and is rapidly gaining in popularity, includes a handful of trophies that could be one by Buccaneer representatives
The Bucs' young linebacker is a top candidate for NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year honors after posting more TFLs than any rookie since Kendrell Bell, who won that award in 2001
Thanks largely to the work of Pro Bowlers Vincent Jackson and Doug Martin, the 2012 Buccaneers received a record amount of production from newcomers
WR Vincent Jackson and RB Doug Martin put themselves in elite company with their combined performances in 2012, and the history of such productive duos is promising for the Buccaneers
Tampa Bay’s last three drafts have already produced Pro Bowlers, something the team hadn’t done since the 1990s, and something only a small handful of NFL teams can match
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