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Tampa Bay Buccaneers facts and depth chart

About the Buccaneers

Owner/President: Malcolm Glazer

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

General manager: Mark Dominik

Coach: Raheem Morris (third season, 13-19)

Assistant coaches: Joe Baker, linebackers; Tim Berbenich, assistant wide receivers; Tim Holt, assistant offensive line; Jay Kaiser, assistant to the head coach; Chris Keenan, assistant strength and conditioning; Jimmy Lake, defensive backs; Steve Logan, running backs; Keith Millard, defensive line; Pat Morris, offensive line; Greg Olson, offensive coordinator; Tyrone Pettaway, defensive quality control; Alfredo Roberts, tight ends; Kurtis Shultz, strength and conditioning; Byron Storer, assistant special teams; Grady Stretz, defensive line; Dwayne Stukes, special teams; Alex Van Pelt, quarterbacks; Eric Yarber, wide receivers.

Regular season record: 218-329-1

Division titles (6): 1979, 1981, 1999, 2002, 2005, 2007

Postseason record: 6-9

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

Hall of Famer: Lee Roy Selmon (Class of 1995)


Phone: Main — (813) 870-2700. Tickets — (813) 879-2827.

Raymond James Stadium

Address: 4201 N Dale Mabry Highway, Tampa

Capacity: 65,600

Super Bowls in Tampa (4): XVII — Raiders 38, Redskins 9 (Jan. 22, 1984, Tampa Stadium). XXV — Giants 20, Bills 19 (Jan. 27, 1991, Tampa Stadium). XXXV — Ravens 34, Giants 7 (Jan. 28, 2001, Raymond James Stadium). XLIII — Steelers 27, Cardinals 23 (Feb. 1, 2009, Raymond James Stadium).


Years Wins Losses Ties

John McKay 1976-84 44 88 1

Leeman Bennett 1985-86 4 28 0

Ray Perkins * 1987-90 19 41 0

Richard Williamson * 1990-91 4 15 0

Sam Wyche 1992-95 23 41 0

Tony Dungy 1996-2001 54 42 0

Jon Gruden 2002-08 57 55 0

Raheem Morris 2009-13 19 0

* Perkins coached the first 13 games of 1990, Williamson the last three

Depth chart


WR Mike Williams, 19 Sammie Stroughter, 18

LT Donald Penn, 70 James Lee, 77

LG Ted Larsen, 62 Jeremy Zuttah, 76

C Jeff Faine, 52 Jeremy Zuttah, 76

RG Davin Joseph, 75 Derek Hardman, 73

RTJeremy Trueblood, 65Demar Dotson, 69

TE Kellen Winslow, 82 Luke Stocker, 83

WR Arrelious Benn, 17 Dezmon Briscoe, 89

QB Josh Freeman, 5 Josh Johnson, 11

RB LeGarrette Blount, 27 Kregg Lumpkin, 28

FB Earnest Graham, 34 Erik Lorig, 44


LDE Michael Bennett, 71 Da'Quan Bowers, 91

DT Gerald McCoy, 93 Brian Price, 92

DT Roy Miller, 90 Frank Okam, 98

RDE Adrian Clayborn, 94 Tim Crowder, 96

SLB Quincy Black, 58 Dekoda Watson, 56

MLB Mason Foster, 59 Adam Hayward, 57

WLB Geno Hayes, 54 Zac Diles, 53

LCB Aqib Talib, 25 Myron Lewis, 23

RCB Ronde Barber, 20 E.J. Biggers, 31

SS Sean Jones, 26 Corey Lynch, 41

FS Cody Grimm, 35 Larry Asante, 22

Special teams

P Michael Koenen, 9

PK Connor Barth, 10

H Michael Koenen, 9

LS Christian Yount, 46

KO Michael Koenen, 9 Connor Barth, 10

PR Preston Parker, 87 Sammie Stroughter, 18

KR Preston Parker, 87 Sammie Stroughter, 18


RB Allen Bradford, 21

CB Anthony Gaitor, 24

DB Bevin Holland, 30

CB Elbert Mack, 33

TE Zach Pianalto, 80

WR Micheal Spurlock, 81

Tampa Bay Buccaneers facts and depth chart 09/09/11 [Last modified: Saturday, September 10, 2011 1:47pm]
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