Tag: Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Rob Gronkowski Says He’s Only Coming Out of Retirement for a Few More Concussions

by Alex Poletti
Photo by USA Today

The balance of the NFL was tilted in the favor of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Tuesday, as four-time All-Pro tight end Rob Gronkowski came out of retirement to play with his former quarterback, Tom Brady. Gronkowski tells reporters that he’s not planning on staying in the league forever, just until he gets a couple more concussions under his belt. Continue reading “Rob Gronkowski Says He’s Only Coming Out of Retirement for a Few More Concussions”

Houston Texans Acquire David Johnson For DeAndre Hopkins, Hopes and Dreams of Winning a Championship

by Alex Poletti
Photo by Jake Roth-USA TODAY

The Houston Texans shocked the world on Tuesday with the biggest trade of the NFL offseason, acquiring running back David Johnson and a second-round pick in exchange for DeAndre Hopkins and any hope of their franchise ever winning the Super Bowl. Continue reading “Houston Texans Acquire David Johnson For DeAndre Hopkins, Hopes and Dreams of Winning a Championship”

BREAKING: Tom Brady Finds Nice Retirement Community in Tampa Bay

by Alex Poletti
Photo by Winslow Townson

Tom Brady is officially moving on from New England, sources tell The Second String, and will enjoy the next stage of his life in western Florida, where he has found a nice retirement community called the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Continue reading “BREAKING: Tom Brady Finds Nice Retirement Community in Tampa Bay”

Jameis Winston Starting to Wonder If Throwing to Other Team Doesn’t Result in Success

by Alex Poletti
Photo by AP Photo

Sitting pensively in the locker room following a 23-20 loss to the Houston Texans, Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston began to wonder if throwing four interceptions to the other team may not be the best way to win a football game.

Continue reading “Jameis Winston Starting to Wonder If Throwing to Other Team Doesn’t Result in Success”