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Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers (sometimes abbreviated as the Bucs) are a National Football League team based in Tampa, Florida.

Founded: 1976 as an NFL expansion team
Home stadium: Raymond James Stadium[?]
Uniform colors: Red, Pewter, Black, and White; some Orange
Helmet design: Pewter helmet, a tattered red flag hanging from a saber, on the flag a skull, crossed sabers, and a football
League championships won: 1 (Super Bowl XXXVII)

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Franchise History Started out in AFC West in 1976; moved to NFC Central in 1977. Tampa Bay went 0-14 in their inaugural season, and started their second season 0-12 before recording their first win.

With league realignment in 2002, team moved into new NFC South division. Lost NFC Championship game to the Rams twice: to the Los Angeles Rams in 1980, and to the St. Louis Rams in 2000. In 2003, the Buccaneers defeated the Oakland Raiders in Super Bowl XXXVII.

Players of Note

Football Hall of Famers

Current stars

Retired numbers

Not to be forgotten

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