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Bucs GM Jason Licht, when asked by @NFLSTROUD , doesn't say whether he has approached Tom Brady about a contract extension, but, "We would love to have Tom play here for as long as he wants to play."

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From @nicolecyang , the Bucs aren't just Super Bowl champions. They set the standard for racial and gender diversity

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“Since it got a lot of media attention, it was out there and I wanted to just spin it in a way to make it positive,” Bucs safety Antoine Winfield Jr. said.

Bucs GM Jason Licht says Tom Brady isn't banging down the door saying they need to sign guys. "We ask his opinion at times, but he never mandates anything." #GoBucs 

Asked if the Bucs would consider extending Tom Brady’s contract after watching him lead Tampa Bay to a Super Bowl victory, GM Jason Licht said, “it’s a possibility.” More likely, it’s a probability.

‘We would love to have Tom play here’: Bucs GM on future of QB Tom Brady | @GabrielleNBC2  reports:

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Bucs GMJason Licht addressing the media today said they have the flexibility to keep this team together. #GoBucs 

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Tom Brady on land after the Bucs' boat parade 🚶‍♂️ (via @TBTimes_Bulls )

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Todd Bowles' defense kept the Chiefs from scoring a touchdown in the Bucs' #SuperBowl  win. Shut down one of the greatest offenses of all time 🚫

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The Bucs' coaching staff is changing the game 👏 (h/t @Realrclark25 )

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Tonight’s Rams-Bucs game on MNF features the first all-Black officiating crew in NFL history: @TheUndefeated 

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Tonight’s Rams vs. Bucs game features an all-Black officiating crew for the first time in league history @brgridiron 

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Update: Antonio Brown and the Buccaneers have reached agreement on a one-year deal, per sources. Language still has to be finalized, COVID protocols passed, but Brown is likely to make his Bucs’ debut in Week 9 against the Saints.

Jameis Winston realizing the Bucs made him get his eyes fixed just so he could see them sign Tom Brady

For the 11th straight season, the Bucs will not make the NFL playoffs.

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