Bucs coach Bruce Arians gestures to start the Arians Family Foundation Golf Classic at Innisbrook Golf Resort on Monday.
Also, players are starting to get recognized as champions in their off-field lives, and no one expects trying to repeat as Super Bowl champs to be easy.
Bruce Arians called Leftwich’s inability to score an interview for a head coaching job a “farce.”
The Bucs quarterback has a whirlwind, three-city Sunday and says he will be throwing before long .
From a mutton-chop look to a “Magic” one, we rank the top 10 brandished in these parts.


  1. Bucs coach Bruce Arians gestures to start the Arians Family Foundation Golf Classic at Innisbrook Golf Resort on Monday.
  2. Washington quarterback Alex Smith announced his retirement Monday, saying he still has plenty of snaps left him just shy of his 37th birthday but is calling it quits to enjoy time with his family.
  3. Quarterback Tom Brady and offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich enjoyed quite the season with the Bucs in 2020.
  4. The Bucs' Tom Brady speaks with the media at the seventh annual Arians Family Foundation Celebrity Golf Classic red carpet ceremony before the start of the tournament’s Gala Dinner on Sunday.
  5. Football fans wait for kickoff in the sports betting lounge at the Ocean Casino Resort in 2018 in Atlantic City, N.J. On Thursday, the NFL announced it has reached deals with Caesars Entertainment, DraftKings and FanDuel to become official sports betting partners of the league, sharing content and data.
  6. Ryan Fitzpatrick sported his prominent beard, and some of teammate DeSean Jackson's threads, during a postgame news conference following a Week Two upset of the Eagles in 2019.
  7. Giovani Bernard's 342 receptions are the most by a running back in Bengals’ history.
  8. Twenty-two women have filed lawsuits accusing Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson of sexual assault and harassment.
  9. Steve McLendon provided depth and a veteran presence to the defensive line after the injury to Vita Vea.
  10. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell speaks during a news conference in May in Miami. The league sent a memo to teams on Wednesday outlining several changes to the offseason schedule that was agreed upon under the collective bargaining agreement last year.
  11. If Miami's Jaelan Phillips isn't around for the Bucs with the No. 32 overall pick, maybe former Hurricanes edge rusher Gregory Rousseau will be.
  12. Miami's Jaelan Phillips, seen here getting a sack against North Carolina State, starred in 2020 to vault himself into the first round.
  13. Bucs center Ryan Jensen, far left, safety Mike Edwards, second from left, quarterback Tom Brady, center in orange, cornerback Jamel Dean, second from right, and quarterback Blaine Gabbert, right, are pictured during a private workout in June at Berkeley Preparatory School.
  14. Defensive back Ross Cockrell goes from the practice squad to playing in 12 games to signing a two-year deal with the Bucs.
  15. Dalvin Cook, left, of Florida State and Travis Etienne, right, of Clemson are arguably the top two running backs in ACC history.
  16. Like Clemson’s Travis Etienne, Alabama's Najee Harris (22) proved his reliability as a receiver but ranks slightly higher on most draft boards because of his size.
  17. Clemson running back Travis Etienne (9) runs for a touchdown during the first half of the ACC championship game against Notre Dame on Dec. 19, 2020, in Charlotte, N.C. Etienne finished his college career with 4,952 rushing yards and 102 receptions.
  18. Former Bengals running back Giovani Bernard, 29, has signed a one-year deal with the Bucs.
  19. Defensive tackle Gerald McCoy was sidelined by injury all of last season.
  20. Tony Finau reacts to a missed putt on the sixth hole during the third round of the Masters on Saturday.
  21. Bucs safety Antoine Winfield Jr. shows off the WWE championship belt the Bucs received after winning the Super Bowl during the boat parade celebration in February in Tampa.
  22. There was definite pressure on general manager Jason Licht, right, and the Bucs to make the right pick in 2019 when drafting No. 5 overall. Devin White didn't turn out so badly. This year, the pressure's off at No. 32.
  23. LSU wide receiver Ja'Marr Chase might be the safest opt-out pick in the draft.