NFL RUSH

Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive tackle Gerald McCoy returns to his alma mater to meet Heisman winner Baker Mayfield ahead of the 2018 NFL Draft.

SO COOL!
Check out the highlights from the Week 16 game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Carolina Panthers.
Cam Newton recovered a fumbled snap and rushed for a TD in the final 3 minutes. 

Buccaneers 19

Panthers 22
Watch highlights from the Week 10 game between the New York Jets and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Ryan Fitzpatrick led two long scoring drives and Tampa Bay limited the New York Jets to less than 200 yards of offense until late in the fourth quarter. But, the Buccaneers held on for victory.

Buccaneers 15

Jets 10
Check out the Carolina Panthers vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers Week 8 game highlight.
Cam Newton threw for 154 yards and one touchdown.

Panthers 17

Buccaneers 3
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Popcorn or rotten egg? Carmel corn or moldy cheese? When NFL players step up to take the Jelly Bean Challenge, hilarity ensues.

Have you played this crazy game? What flavor is THE WORST?! 
isaackresge12 just scored 1,550 points in Rusher Go!
Michael Bennett sacks Andy Dalton and puts on a special dance with Pro Bowl teammate Gerald McCoy!

Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant and Buccaneers defensive tackle Gerald McCoy swap jerseys after the game on Sunday night!

Which two players should do the swap next?!

Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive tackle Gerald McCoy is voted the 63rd-best player in the NFL!

Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive tackle Gerald McCoy was voted the 28th-best player in the NFL by his peers on the "Top 100 Players of 2015."

Catch the entire countdown of the NFL's Top 100 Players in 2015.

Jacksonville Jaguars Marcedes Lewis and Tampa Bay Buccaneers Gerald McCoy help the Guardians at the International Series game in London when Sudden Death unleashes his biggest weapon yet. But can they trust Wild Card to help?

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Poll: Would you be willing to shave your head?

Nearly 40 Tampa Bay Buccaneers players and staff, including defensive tackle Gerald McCoy, defensive end Michael Johnson, quarterback Mike Glennon, kicker Connor Barth, and Chief Operating Officer Brian Ford had their heads shaved last week as part of the Pediatric Cancer Foundation's Fifth Annual Bright House Networks Cut for a Cure Charity Challenge.

Children who have previously battled or are currently battling cancer visited the team's practice facility, One Buccaneer Place, to assist with the head-shaving event, through which the Buccaneers are raising money for the cause. The event included a $10,000 donation from the team to the Pediatric Cancer Foundation.

"It's an inspiration to us, because what we do is nothing compared to what they have to do, what they have to fight for," said Barth. "They just want to be normal kids and have a normal life, and we just want to show the support we have for them. We want them to know that it's cool to have no hair."

Organizations throughout Tampa lent their support this spring in the fight against cancer through the Cut for a Cure, which has already raised nearly $290,000 in 2014 to support the Pediatric Cancer Foundation and select nonprofit organizations. To see more from the event, including a complete list of Buccaneers players and staff who participated, click here or visit buccaneers.com.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive tackle Gerald McCoy was voted the 28th-best player in the NFL by his peers on "Top 100 Players of 2014."


Poll. Who was the biggest winner of the first day?

Wow, where do we even begin?  With over 40 deals announced -- 20 in a 30-minute period! -- it’s safe to say yesterday was a busy day for the players, teams and fans of the NFL. 

 

Defense and protecting the QB were the names of the game on day one. So who's doing the best so far?

 

Denver Broncos

Can you say "all in?"  That describes the Broncos moves to make sure they not only make it to next year’s Super Bowl, but they come home as champions.  They signed two of the top available players in Pro Bowl CB Aqib Talib and S T.J. Ward.  It’s been widely reported that they are the favorites to add Pro Bowl DE DeMarcus Ware.  

 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Don’t look now, but the Buccaneers have put together a defense that might just rate up there with the Seahawks and 49ers.  They added Pro Bowl DEs Michael Johnsonand Clinton McDonald to a line that already has Pro Bowl DT Gerald McCoy. They then snatch up CB Alterraun Verner to go along with last year’s free agent signing, SDashon Goldson, and young studs S Mark Barron and CB Jonathan Banks

 

Atlanta Falcons

For a team wanting to get tougher on both lines, the re-signing of DT Jonathan Babineaux, the addition of G Jon Asamoah and DTs Tyson Jackson and Paul Soliai would suggest they did just that.

 

Offensive Tackles

Eugene Monroe (Ravens), Branden Albert (Dolphins), Jared Veldheer (Cardinals) and Rodger Saffold (Raiders) we all quickly signed to big money long-term deals within the first hours of the signing period.   Not too long after the intial flurry, Austin Howard (Raiders) was another offensive tackle heading to a new team.

 

Safeties 

Considered by many as the crown jewel of this year’s free agency class, Pro Bowl S Jairus Byrd signed a 5-year contract with the Saints.  He joined other coveted safeties T.J. Ward (Broncos), Louis Delmas (Dolphins), Mike Mitchell (Steelers), Ryan Mundy (Bears), and Stevie Johnson (Giants) who were added to rosters around the league.

 

Poll. Which is the better NFL Pro Bowl Squad?

The first ever fantasy-style draft was held to determine the rosters of the two teams playing in this year's NFL Pro Bowl game.   NFL legends Jerry Rice and Deion Sanders served as the captains and took turns choosing players for each squad.

 

Fantasy-licious!

 

Take a look at the two teams below and let us know which team you think has the best chance of winning on Sunday.

 

TEAM RICE TEAM SANDERS  

QB Drew Brees, Saints

QB Philip Rivers, Chargers

QB Alex Smith, Chiefs

WR Josh Gordon, Browns

WR Alshon Jeffery, Bears

WR Brandon Marshall, Bears

WR Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals

TE Jimmy Graham, Saints

TE Tony Gonzalez, Falcons

RB LeSean McCoy, Eagles

RB DeMarco Murray, Cowboys

RB Matt Forte, Bears

FB Mike Tolbert, Panthers

T Joe Thomas, Browns

T Tyron Smith, Cowboys

T Jordan Gross, Panthers

G Jahri Evans, Saints

G Ben Grubbs, Saints

G Evan Mathis, Eagles

C Ryan Kalil, Panthers

C Nick Mangold, Jets 

DE Robert Quinn, Rams

DE Cameron Jordan, Saints

DE Cameron Wake, Dolphins

DT Jason Hatcher, Cowboys

DT Marcell Dareus, Bills

DT Kyle Williams, Bills

OLB Justin Houston, Chiefs

OLB Robert Mathis, Colts

OLB John Abraham, Cardinals

ILB Vontaze Burfict, Bengals

ILB Derrick Johnson, Chiefs

CB Joe Haden, Browns

CB Brandon Flowers, Chiefs

CB Antonio Cromartie, Jets

CB Alterraun Verner, Titans

S Eric Reid, 49ers

S Jairus Byrd, Bills

S Antrel Rolle, Giants 

ST Justin Bethel, Cardinals

PR Dexter McCluster, Chiefs

K Stephen Gostkowski, Patriots

P Johnny Hekker, Rams

LS Matt Overton, Colts

QB Andrew Luck, Colts

QB Cam Newton, Panthers

QB Nick Foles, Eagles

WR A.J. Green, Bengals

WR Dez Bryant, Cowboys

WR Antonio Brown, Steelers

WR DeSean Jackson, Eagles

TE Jason Witten, Cowboys

RB Jamaal Charles, Chiefs

RB Eddie Lacy, Packers

FB Marcel Reece, Raiders

T Trent Williams, Redskins

T Duane Brown, Texans

T Branden Albert, Chiefs

G Marshal Yanda, Ravens

G Logan Mankins, Patriots

G Kyle Long, Bears

C Mike Pouncey, Dolphins

C Alex Mack, Browns

DE J.J. Watt, Texans

DE Greg Hardy, Panthers

DE Mario Williams, Bills

DT Ndamukong Suh, Lions

DT Gerald McCoy, Buccaneers

DT Dontari Poe, Chiefs

OLB Brian Orakpo, Redskins

OLB Tamba Hali, Chiefs

OLB Terrell Suggs, Ravens

ILB Luke Kuechly, Panthers

ILB Paul Posluszny, Jaguars

CB Patrick Peterson, Cardinals

CB Darrelle Revis, Buccaneers

CB Brent Grimes, Dolphins

CB Tim Jennings, Bears

S Eric Berry, Chiefs

S Eric Weddle, Chiefs

S T.J. Ward, Browns

ST Matthew Slater, Patriots

PR Cordarrelle Patterson, Vikings

K Justin Tucker, Ravens

P Brandon Fields, Dolphins

LS J.J. Jansen, Panthers

 

 

 

Don’t miss the  NFL Pro Bowl this Sunday at 7:30PM ET on NBC.

 

Who are the NFL stars of tomorrow? Find out by watching the NFL Draft on Thursday, April 28th, at 8pm ET on NFL Network. The NFL Draft Is Coming!The NFL Draft begins this Thursday! To celebrate, NFLRush is looking at #1 draft picks from years past and asking the question, "Where are they now?" Today we're going waaaay back to the 2010 draft. Hey, wait a minute, that was last year! Who was number one? Sam Bradford, QB for the St Louis Rams. Bradford's college, the University of Oklahoma,
Who are the NFL stars of tomorrow? Find out by watching the NFL Draft on Thursday, April 28th, at 8pm ET on NFL Network. The NFL Draft Is Coming!

The NFL Draft begins this Thursday! To celebrate, NFLRush is looking at #1 draft picks from years past and asking the question, "Where are they now?" Today we're going waaaay back to the 2010 draft. Hey, wait a minute, that was last year! Who was number one?

Sam Bradford, QB for the St Louis Rams.

Bradford's college, the University of Oklahoma, produced 3 of the top 5 draft picks in 2010. Bradford was chosen by the St. Louis Rams, while his college teammates Gerald McCoy and Trent Williams went on to the Buccaneers and the Redskins, respectively.

Bradford's rookie season was very successful. He won the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year award and set a record for the most completions by a rookie in NFL history. His record 326 passes surpassed the previous record holder, Peyton Manning. Bradford will certainly be a quarterback to watch in the 2011 season.

Be sure to watch the NFL Draft to see where all the new guys end up for the 2011 season! The first round begins on Thursday, April 28 at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.