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Bucs on the radio and Web

On the radio

Six radio shows will feature Bucs players and coaches this season. Tune in to 620-AM and 103.5-FM.

• 5 p.m. Monday: coach Jon Gruden

• 6 p.m. Monday: wide receiver Joey Galloway

• 6 p.m. Tuesday: cornerback Ronde Barber

• 6 p.m. Wednesday: linebacker Derrick Brooks

• 6 p.m. Thursday: offensive lineman Davin Joseph

• 6 p.m. Friday: Buccaneers Total Access, featuring a different player or coach each week

On the Web

Bucs-related sites

bucs.tampabay.com: The Times Bucs page contains stories, columns, audio and video reports, photo galleries, polls, schedules, a Super Bowl retrospective narrated by Pat Summerall and a Mike Alstott commemorative corner.

blogs.tampabay.com/bucs: The source for breaking news on the Bucs, the Times Bucs blog also features analysis and in-game updates from reporters Rick Stroud and Stephen F. Holder and a chance for readers to interact.

buccaneers.com: The team's official site includes its history, ticket and stadium information, community events, multimedia, message board and more.

cnnsi.com/bucs: Get a quick read on the top 10 Bucs stories of the day, watch video highlights and view past Sports Illustrated covers featuring the Bucs.

bucpower.com: The ultimate resource for Bucs history has profiles of every player who has played for the Bucs, recaps and stats for every game and a treasure trove of video clips and images from the past.

myespn.go.com/blogs/ nfcsouth: NFC South blog featuring news and insights from former Carolina Panthers and Bucs beat writer Pat Yasinskas.

sports.yahoo.com/nfl/teams/tam: Where else can you buy a Bucs tattoo plush blanket throw?

www.sportsline.com/nfl/teams/page/TB: Team news, rumor mill, depth charts, message board and more.

msn.foxsports.com/nfl/team?statsId=27: How long until the next Bucs game? Consult the countdown clock. And get fantasy news, stats and fan boards.

Player sites

hit55.net: Get Derrick Brooks' thoughts, biography, stats, merchandise and charity information at the linebacker's official site.

cadillacwilliams.com: Find updates on the running back's injury rehab, pose a question, view photo galleries, participate in polls and order merchandise.

alexsmith81.com: Check out photos of the tight end on and off the field, including his Bahamas football camp.

joshbidwell.com: View photos of the punter, line up a speaking engagement or buy his book, When It's Fourth and Long, detailing his battle against cancer as a 23-year-old.

joeygalloway84.com: Check out the receiver flying with the Blue Angels at his multimedia page.

warrickdunn.com: Get advice from the running back on improving your game and watch video of Dunn helping single mothers improve their situations.

www.warrickdunnfoundation.org: Official site for Dunn's foundation, which assists economically disadvantaged single parents and children.

JeffGarcia.com: Biography, images and information about the quarterback's Pass It On Foundation.

garciapassiton.com: Official site for Garcia's foundation, which aims to enrich the lives of children and families across the nation.

EarnestGraham.org: Gallery, events calendar and biographical information about the running back.

earnestgiving.org: Official site for Graham's charitable organization, which aspires to help young people develop character and achieve their goals.

Blitz91.com: Watch video of defensive tackle Greg White in action, read his blog, ask questions and peruse his stats, photos and charity information.

Frank Pastor, tampabay.com Sports editor

Bucs on the radio and Web 09/05/08 [Last modified: Monday, September 8, 2008 11:57am]
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