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That buzz at One Buc? Players shaving their heads for a cause

At least 30 Tampa Bay Buccaneers players and staff members shaved their heads and beards as a part of the Pediatric Cancer Foundation's fifth annual Bright House Networks Cut for a Cure Charity Challenge at One Buc Place in Tampa on Tuesday. Children who have previously battled or are currently battling cancer assisted with the haircuts. The Buccaneers have a goal of raising $20,000 toward the cause.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive tackle Clinton McDonald smiles Tuesday as Ava Raab, 5, shaves his beard with stylist Jamie Costello supervising during the Pediatric Cancer Foundation’s fifth annual Bright House Networks Cut for a Cure Charity Challenge at One Buc Place in Tampa. Bucs players and staffers shaved their heads, and kids battling cancer, as well as those who have in the past, assisted with the haircuts. For video, go to tampabay.com/video.

EVE EDELHEIT | Times

Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive tackle Clinton McDonald smiles Tuesday as Ava Raab, 5, shaves his beard with stylist Jamie Costello supervising during the Pediatric Cancer Foundation’s fifth annual Bright House Networks Cut for a Cure Charity Challenge at One Buc Place in Tampa. Bucs players and staffers shaved their heads, and kids battling cancer, as well as those who have in the past, assisted with the haircuts. For video, go to tampabay.com/video.

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