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Scotty Miller, left, celebrates with fellow Bucs wide receiver Chris Godwin after Godwin's reception during the second half of the regular-season finale against Atlanta.
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Family and a limited number of friends gathered to remember the former Bucs wide receiver.
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  1. Scotty Miller, left, celebrates with fellow Bucs wide receiver Chris Godwin after Godwin's reception during the second half of the regular-season finale against Atlanta.
  2. Vincent Jackson acknowledges fans as he leaves the field after a 2016 victory over the Cleveland Browns at Raymond James Stadium.
  3. Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is sacked in the fourth quarter of Super Bowl 55 at Raymond James Stadium. The Bucs won 31-9 to capture the franchise's second Super Bowl title.
  4. Bucs general manager Jason Licht, left, talks with quarterback Tom Brady during a break in the action during training camp in September in Tampa.
  5. Bucs safety Antoine Winfield Jr. (31), right, gestures to Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill (10) during the final minutes of Super Bowl 55. Winfield later was fined $7,815 by the NFL for taunting.
  6. Bucs head coach Bruce Arians, pictured holding the Lombardi Trophy, won't savor the Super Bowl championship for long. “Next year is a different team," he said during his final meeting with his players. "When we come back, we’re not Super Bowl champions. We're the Tampa Bay Buccaneers."
  7. Outside linebacker Jason Pierre-Paul certainly didn't play like he was less than 100 percent during the past season for the Bucs.
  8. Bucs wide receiver Chris Godwin (14) is brought down by Atlanta Falcons free safety Ricardo Allen (37) during a game against the Atlanta Falcons in January at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa.
  9. Bucs wide receiver Chris Godwin (14) reaches for a pass during Super Bowl 55 as Chiefs cornerback Charvarius Ward defends.
  10. Former Bucs receiver Vincent Jackson, center, was admired for both his prowess on the field and his philanthropy and business sense off the field.
  11. Former Bucs tight end Kellen Winslow Jr. agreed Friday to accept a 14-year prison sentence for raping a homeless woman and assaulting two other women.
  12. Bucs quarterback Tom Brady celebrates with his family as he hoists the Lombardi trophy after the Bucs' win over the Chiefs in Super Bowl 55 at Raymond James Stadium.
  13. Vincent Jackson had been staying at the Homewood Suites in Brandon, where he was found dead Monday, since January.
  14. The Philadelphia Eagles have agreed to trade Carson Wentz to the Indianapolis Colts, according to a person familiar with the deal.
  15. Bucs head coach Bruce Arians, pictured during the team's celebratory boat parade, hopes the Bucs can retain their prominent free agents.
  16. Vincent Jackson, 38, was found dead after a 911 call Monday from the Homewood Suites in Brandon, where he had been living since Jan. 11.
  17. Super Bowl LV: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers follows quarterback Tom Brady and his team’s quest to become the first-ever NFL to play in a Super Bowl in its home stadium. It’s produced by the NFL, NFL Films and Cinedigm and will be available throughout the Tampa Bay area where videos are sold.
  18. Vincent Jackson's biggest legacy may be the lives he changed with his commitment to helping military families, the focus of his Jackson In Action 83 Foundation.
  19. Britt Reid's contract with the Chiefs expired in the wake of a Feb. 4 crash that left a 5-year-old girl in a coma. The contract was not renewed.
  20. Bucs wide receiver Vincent Jackson eludes the reach of multiple Falcons players during this 2014 game.
  21. Former Bucs wide receiver Vincent Jackson was found dead in a Brandon hotel Monday morning. He was 38.
  22. The Bucs' Tom Brady, left, is escorted by fellow quarterback Ryan Griffin as tight end Cameron Brate chimes in after arriving at Port Tampa Bay following their Super Bowl boat parade on Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2021.
  23. QB Tom Brady holds up the Lombardi Trophy while aboard his boat during the Bucs' celebratory parade in Tampa on Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2021, for winning Super Bowl 55.
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