Leonard Levy was instrumental in bringing the expansion Bucs to the area to begin play in 1976.
Having headed up the area’s NFL expansion committee in the 1970s, Levy ran the Super Bowl committee in the 1980s.
Bucs coach Todd Bowles says he will speak to the quarterback after the Titans game but there’s no “definitive date” to rejoin the team.
One returning gymnast, one incoming freshman and two future commits will compete at Amalie Arena this weekend.
Meantime, Wander Franco remains sidelined for Durham a second day in a row.


  1. As a rookie, cornerback Zyon McCollum's most immediate impact will be on special teams. McCollum, who has speed to burn, should excel covering kicks.
  2. Leonard Levy was instrumental in bringing the expansion Bucs to the area to begin play in 1976.
  3. The Rays recalled right-hander Luis Patino from Triple-A Durham on Thursday to start Thursday night's series opener against the Royals at Tropicana Field.
  4. Kayla DiCello will be one of four current or future Florida Gators competing at the U.S. Gymnastics Championships this weekend.
  5. Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson speaks to the media Thursday after the team announced that Watson has reached a settlement with the NFL and will serve an 11-game unpaid suspension and pay a $5 million fine rather than risk missing his first season as quarterback of the Cleveland Browns following accusations of sexual misconduct while he played for the Houston Texans.
  6. Questions remain about when exactly quarterback Tom Brady might be back with the Bucs in training camp.
  7. Players from Cambridge Christian and Indian Rocks Christian pray after a football game in 2014. The Florida Department of Education is supporting Cambridge Christian in its ongoing court fight against the Florida High School Activities Association for not allowing the school to use the stadium's public address system for a prayer before the 2015 state championship game.
  8. Yesterday• Florida State Seminoles
    Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren talks to reporters during media days in July.
  9. Mississippi linebacker Luke Knox (16) celebrates a fumble recovery against Arkansas during a 2019 game. Knox, who appeared in 23 games at Ole Miss before joining Florida International, has died, the university said.
  10. USF quarterbacks Matt Grothe (8) and B.J. Daniels (7), who played together in 2008 and 2009, still rank second and third, respectively, on the school's career total-offense list.
  11. Rays reliever Jalen Beeks reacts as the Yankees' Josh Donaldson, background, runs the bases after his walkoff grand slam in the 10th inning Wednesday.
  12. Rays shortstop Wander Franco speaks with the media after taking batting practice at Tropicana Field on Sunday.
  13. LeBron James (23) has agreed to a two-year, $97.1 million contract extension through the 2024-25 season with the Los Angeles Lakers, a person with knowledge of the deal told The Associated Press on Wednesday.
  14. If things go according to plan, USF players may be high-fiving fans in their own on-campus stadium in a few years.
  15. USA Gymnastics president Li Li Leung, pictured in 2021, said Wednesday there is “no question” abortion laws will play a factor in whether a state is chosen to host events like the U.S. championships.
  16. Bucs and Tennessee Titans personnel gather at midfield during a joint practice Wednesday in Nashville, Tennessee.
  17. Bucs linebacker Carl Nassib (93) puts his helmet on before taking part in drills during a joint practice with the Tennessee Titans Wednesday in Nashville, Tennessee.
  18. Rays second baseman Brandon Lowe tags out Toronto Blue Jays shortstop Bo Bichette (11) at second base during a steal attempt during a game earlier this month at Tropicana Field.
  19. Florida State receiver Mycah Pittman is one of four Power Five transfers the Seminoles added at the position.
  20. Miami head coach Mario Cristobal supervises the warm up period at the team's facility earlier this month in Coral Gables.
  21. Elon Musk caused a stir by tweeting that he was buying the English soccer team Manchester United.
  22. The Rays' Randy Arozarena (56) celebrates with Isaac Paredes (17) after Arozarena hit a three-run home run against the New York Yankees during the first inning of Tuesday's game in New York.
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