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Why Jon Gruden was the best mistake the Bucs ever made
As the Bucs coach from 2002 through 2008, Jon Gruden won 60 games and lost 57. [Getty Images]
Warren Sapp pointed to the sky. And then he dropped Kurt Warner to the ground.The Bucs had just intercepted Warner for the fourth time. Sapp’s block cleared the way for Derrick Brooks to cross the goal line and clinch the win.Before...
Liam Payne performed at the 93.3-FLZ Jingle Ball at Tampa's Amalie Arena on Dec. 16, 2017. Photo: Jay Cridlin.
Review: Liam Payne, Camila Cabello, Nick Jonas can’t save Tampa’s Jingle Ball from growing pains
Chantay Clark, seen here in a photo taken when she entered prison in the 1990's, was 15 when she shot and killed a woman while trying to steal a car in 1992. Clark, now 40, who was originally sentenced to life in prison, was released Nov. 3 as a result of new juvenile sentencing laws and the gain time she accumulated in prison. [Florida Department of Corrections]
Gain time: For many lifers sentenced as juveniles, it means they’ve done their time
The Rays didn't make a deal to trade third baseman Evan Longoria during winter meetings, but the buzz around the league is that he's expected to be traded before he gains no-trade status in April. (Times)
Rays’ trade silence likely a short-lived phenomenon

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Joe Smith’s takeaways from Lightning-Avalanche

Could tell just how much Ryan Callahan meant in the Lightning dressing room by hearing teammates talk about his latest injury. Steven Stamkos said he was "sick to my stomach." Brayden Point called...

Lightning journal: No easy answers on replacing injured Ryan Callahan
Lightning trying to replace ‘heart and soul’ Ryan Callahan
Q&A with Syracuse coach Benoit Groulx about the Lightning’s next generation
McCoy, David, Hargreaves all out Monday against Falcons
Bucs’ Ward glad to be back, eager for rematch with brother Terron


Editorial: Warren’s smart approach on guns, domestic violence

Hillsborough State Attorney Andrew Warren would make it safer for victims and police alike with his plan to remove firearms from defendants charged with domestic violence. These cases are toxic...

Editorial: St. Petersburg council right to reject Bayfront deal
Editorial: Congress should fix flood insurance, children’s health insurance before Christmas
Editorial: Scott’s smart changes to sexual harassment policy
Column: Democrats Are Walking Into a Trumpian Trap
Editorial: MOSI faces a clean slate and should give everyone a piece of chalk