Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Keith Tandy begins his first season as defensive/special teams assistant with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2020.
Watch: Keith Tandy Visits Warrior Care Program
Bucs S Keith Tandy visits the USSOCOM Warrior Care Program and shows his support for the military while competing in a seated volleyball tournament alongside Wounded Warriors.
Tandy on Staying Locked In
S Keith Tandy spoke to the media following the Bucs' victory over the Panthers about his interceptions and going into the off-season with a win.
Keith Tandy on Defensive Communication
S Keith Tandy spoke to the media on Tuesday about defensive communication and the play of TE Cameron Brate.
Tandy on Defensive Communication
S Keith Tandy spoke to the media following the Bucs' victory over the Saints about the Bucs' defensive communication.
Tandy on Game-Clinching Interception
S Keith Tandy spoke to the media following the Bucs' victory over the Chargers about his game-clinching interception.
Tandy: "Finish the Season Out Strong"
S Keith Tandy speaks with the media about finishing the season on a high note.
Highlight: Tandy INT
Safety Keith Tandy intercepts Dolphins QB Josh Freeman for the second time during the Buccaneers final preseason game of 2015.
Tandy on Reading His Keys
S Keith Tandy speaks to the media about making the game clinching interception and always being in a position to make a play.
Tandy on Intercepting Brees
S Keith Tandy speaks to the media following loss to the New Orleans Saints about intercepting Drew Brees.
Buccaneers Insider, Nov. 6th, 2013
As preparations begin for the Buccaneers' Monday Night Football appearance, Insider looks at the day's news and talks to S Keith Tandy about his recent work in the Bucs' starting defense.
Keith Tandy Optimistic About 2013
Second-year safety Keith Tandy is taking advantage of the opportunity to work with veterans like new Buc Dashon Goldson and expects better things from the secondary in 2013.
Reading with the Bucs
To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers visited Crestwood Elementary School to read to students in the classroom and give every student a book of their own.