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Bucs facts, history, depth chart

About the Bucs

Owner/President: Malcolm Glazer

Co-chairmen: Bryan Glazer, Edward Glazer, Joel Glazer

General manager: Mark Dominik

Coach: Greg Schiano (second season, 7-9)

Assistant coaches: Bill Sheridan, defensive coordinator; Mike Sullivan, offensive coordinator; Dave Wannstedt, special teams coordinator; Brian Angelichio, tight ends; Bob Bostad, offensive line; Jay Butler, strength and conditioning; Earnest Byner, running backs; Bryan Cox, pass rush; Bob Fraser, assistant defensive coordinator; Phil Galiano, assistant special teams; John Garrett, receivers; Jeff Hafley, safeties; Steve Loney, assistant offensive line; John McNulty, quarterbacks; Randy Melvin, defensive line; Tony Oden, cornerbacks; Robb Smith, linebackers.

History

Regular-season record: 229-350-1

Division titles: 1979, 1981, 1999, 2002, 2005, 2007

Postseason record: 6-9

Super Bowl title: XXXVII (Jan. 26, 2003), 48-21 over Raiders

Coaches

John McKay: 1976-84, 44-88-1

Leeman Bennett: 1985-86, 4-28

Ray Perkins: 1987-90, 19-41 *

Richard Williamson: 1990-91, 5-15 *

Sam Wyche: 1992-95, 23-41

Tony Dungy: 1996-2001, 54-42

Jon Gruden: 2002-2008, 57-55

Raheem Morris: 2009-2011, 17-31

Greg Schiano: 2012-present, 7-9

* Perkins coached the first 13 games of 1990, Williams the final three

2012 results (7-9)

Sept. 9Panthers W 16-10

Sept. 16at Giants L 41-34

Sept. 23at Cowboys L 16-10

Sept. 30Redskins L 24-22

Oct. 14Chiefs W 38-10

Oct. 21Saints L 35-28

Oct. 25at Vikings W 36-17

Nov. 4at Raiders W 42-32

Nov. 11Chargers W 34-24

Nov. 18at Panthers W 27-21 OT

Nov. 25Falcons L 24-23

Dec. 2at Broncos L 31-23

Dec. 9Eagles L 23-21

Dec. 16at Saints L 41-0

Dec. 23Rams L 28-13

Dec. 30at Falcons W 22-17

Depth chart

Offense

WR 83 Vincent Jackson 85 Kevin Ogletree

LT 70 Donald Penn 79 Jamon Meredith

LG 72 Gabe Carimi 77 Carl Nicks

C 76 Jeremy Zuttah 44 Ted Larsen

RG 75 Davin Joseph

RT 69 Demar Dotson 72 Gabe Carimi

TE 88 Luke Stocker 84 Tom Crabtree

WR 19 Mike Williams 17 Eric Page

QB 5 Josh Freeman 8 Mike Glennon

RB 22 Doug Martin 30 Brian Leonard

FB 41 Erik Lorig

Defense

LDE 50 Daniel Te'o Nesheim91 Da'Quan Bowers

DT 93 Gerald McCoy 90 Derek Landri

DT 97 Akeem Spence 95 Gary Gibson

RDE 94 Adrian Clayborn 71 Trevor Scott

SLB 56 Dekoda Watson 52 Jonathan Casillas

MLB 59 Mason Foster 57 Adam Hayward

WLB 54 Lavonte David

LCB 24 Darrelle Revis 21 Michael Adams

RCB 29 Leonard Johnson 27 Johnthan Banks

SS 23 Mark Barron 37 Keith Tandy

FS 38 Dashon Goldson 43 Ahmad Black

Special teams

P 9 Michael Koenen

K 4 Rian Lindell

KO 9 Michael Koenen

H 9 Michael Koenen

LS 48 Andrew Economos

PR 17 Eric Page

KR 17 Eric Page

Others

6 Dan Orlovsky QB

25 Mike James RB

28 Rashaan Martin CB

33 Peyton Hillis RB

81 Tim Wright TE

82 Nate Byham TE

96 Steven Means DE

Practice squad

33 Deveron Carr CB

39 Marc Anthony CB

58 Ka'lial Glaud LB

60 Mike Remmers OT

65 Matthew Masifilo DT

80 Chris Owusu WR

86 Danny Noble TE

— Skye Dawson WR

Injured reserve

Marvin Booker, LB; Jacob Cutrera, LB; Anthony Gaitor, CB; Danny Gorrer, CB; Michael Smith, RB.

Nonfootball injury

Connor Barth, K; Lawrence Tynes, K

Did not report

Jeff Demps, RB



Depth chart

Offense

WR 83 Vincent Jackson 85 Kevin Ogletree

LT 70 Donald Penn 79 Jamon Meredith

LG 77 Carl Nicks 72 Gabe Carimi

C 76 Jeremy Zuttah 44 Ted Larsen

RG 75 Davin Joseph

RT 69 Demar Dotson 72 Gabe Carimi

TE 88 Luke Stocker 84 Tom Crabtree

WR 19 Mike Williams 17 Eric Page

QB 5 Josh Freeman 8 Mike Glennon

RB 22 Doug Martin 30 Brian Leonard

FB 41 Erik Lorig

Defense

LDE 50 Daniel Te'o Nesheim 91 Da'Quan Bowers

DT 93 Gerald McCoy 90 Derek Landri

DT 97 Akeem Spence 95 Gary Gibson

RDE 94 Adrian Clayborn 96 Steven Means

SLB 56 Dekoda Watson 52 Jonathan Casillas

MLB 59 Mason Foster 57 Adam Hayward

WLB 54 Lavonte David

LCB 24 Darrelle Revis 21 Michael Adams

RCB 29 Leonard Johnson 27 Johnthan Banks

SS 23 Mark Barron 37 Keith Tandy

FS 38 Dashon Goldson 43 Ahmad Black

Special teams

P 9 Michael Koenen

K 4 Rian Lindell

KO 9 Michael Koenen

H 9 Michael Koenen

LS 48 Andrew Economos PR 17 Eric Page

KR 17 Eric Page

Others

6 Dan Orlovsky QB

25 Mike James RB

28 Rashaan Martin CB

33 Peyton Hillis RB

71 Trevor Scott DE

81 Tim Wright TE

82 Nate Byham TE

Practice squad

33 Deveron Carr CB

39 Marc Anthony CB

58 Ka'lial Glaud LB

60 Mike Remmers T

65 Matthew Masifilo DT

-- Skye Dawson WR

80 Chris Owusu WR

86 Danny Noble TE

Injured reserve

Danny Gorrer, CB; Marvin Booker, LB; Jacob Cutrera, LB; Anthony Gaitor, CB; Michael Smith, RB.

Nonfootball injury

Connor Barth, K; Lawrence Tynes, K

Did not report

Jeff Demps, RB

 

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