History Of The Tampa Bay Buccaneers
This article details the history of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers American Football Club.
Read more about History Of The Tampa Bay Buccaneers: John McKay and Early Frustration (1976–78), A Brief Period of Success (1979–1982), The Worst Team in The League (1983–1996), New Ownership, Tony Dungy, and A Return To Contention (1996–2001), Jon Gruden, The Super Bowl, and Beyond (2002–present)
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