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Where are Bucs Super Bowl champions now?

Ronde Barber shows off the Lombardi Trophy.

Times (2003)

Ronde Barber shows off the Lombardi Trophy.

Where are they now?

Ronde Barber is the final member of the Bucs' 2002 Super Bowl championship team to retire. What some of that team's prominent members are doing now:

Fullback Mike Alstott: Coach at St. Petersburg's Northside Christian

Linebacker Derrick Brooks: President of Storm; eligible for Hall of Fame next year.

Coach Jon Gruden: Analyst for ESPN and Monday Night Football

Quarterback Brad Johnson: Assistant coach at Bogart (Ga.) Prince Avenue Christian

Safety Dexter Jackson: Works with children in crisis situations in Tampa

Receiver Keyshawn Johnson: ESPN analyst

Receiver Joe Jurevicius: Owns several businesses in Cleveland

Defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin: Cowboys defensive coordinator

Safety John Lynch: Fox Sports analyst

• Receiver Keenan McCardell: Has worked as receivers coach, most recently with Redskins

• Linebacker Shelton Quarles: Bucs coordinator of pro scouting

• Defensive end Simeon Rice: Active in music industry; has produced music and directed a film.

Defensive tackle Warren Sapp: NFL Network analyst; elected to Hall of Fame in February.

Stephen F. Holder, Times staff writer

Where are Bucs Super Bowl champions now? 05/09/13 [Last modified: Thursday, May 9, 2013 7:10pm]
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