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Bucs players strike a pose, tackle yoga

Bucs players strike a pose, tackle yoga

TAMPA — Robert Ayers and Noah Spence, the oldest and youngest of the Bucs’ defensive ends, are lined up a few feet apart, each in a decidedly nontraditional three-point stance.
Published: 07/19/16
Lightning agrees to seven-year deal with Alex Killorn

Lightning agrees to seven-year deal with Alex Killorn

The Tampa Bay Lightning has locked up another core player long-term, agreeing with wing Alex Killorn on a seven-year deal which brings a $4.45 million annual average.
Published: 07/17/16
Former Bucs coach Greg Schiano sells former Tampa home for near-record $6.6 million

Former Bucs coach Greg Schiano sells former Tampa home for near-record $6.6 million

Greg Schiano, who was fired by the team in 2013, sold the Culbreath Isles property for $6.625 million, the second biggest residential sale ever in Hillsborough County.
Updated one month ago
Rays ponder reasons for crash as they head into All-Star break

Rays ponder reasons for crash as they head into All-Star break

BOSTON — TV guy Todd Kalas brought it up as a point of reference during Kevin Cash’s media session after Sunday’s 4-0 defeat to the Red Sox that made it 22 losses in 25 games for the Rays, but it really was a staggering thought.
Updated one month ago
At 12, Valrico girl shines as champion archer

At 12, Valrico girl shines as champion archer

VALRICO ­— After accompanying her mother Allison on a few hunting trips, Sydney Sullenberger grew weary of simply looking on from tree stands.
Updated one month ago
Derek Jeter draws Air Force apology after news of boating citation near MacDill surfaces

Derek Jeter draws Air Force apology after news of boating citation near MacDill surfaces

TAMPA — Derek Jeter, Davis Islands resident and retired All-Star baseball player for the New York Yankees, was issued a citation Monday by the U.S. Air Force for boating into a restricted area near MacDill Air Force Base.
Updated one month ago
Fennelly: In front of family, a special day for Rays’ Ryan Garton

Fennelly: In front of family, a special day for Rays’ Ryan Garton

ST. PETERSBURG — In the top of the ninth inning on the Fourth of July, the final Angels batter popped up in foul territory. Rays first baseman Logan Morrison squeezed the ball for only this team’s third win in 19 games. The rookie pitch...
Updated one month ago
Jones: Steve Yzerman maintains his golden touch

Jones: Steve Yzerman maintains his golden touch

The Lightning’s most valuable person doesn’t even play. Not anymore.
Updated one month ago
Steven Stamkos said he followed his heart to Tampa

Steven Stamkos said he followed his heart to Tampa

Lightning captain Steven Stamkos said there were a couple sleepless nights throughout this whirlwind contract saga.
Updated one month ago
Jones: Re-signing Steven Stamkos makes it a great day

Jones: Re-signing Steven Stamkos makes it a great day

The greatest day in Tampa Bay Lightning history is June 7, 2004. That’s the day the Lightning won the Stanley Cup.
Updated one month ago
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