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  1. I'm still doing this, just taking a break with 2k13 and ACIII now. Will continue though
  2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Minnesota VikingsOct 25, 20121ST2ND3RD4THSCORETampa Bay Buccaneers (4-2)72431044Minnesota Vikings (4-3)3147327Team Stats ComparisonTAMMINTotal Offense515363Rushing Yards247102Passing Yards268261First Downs2410Punt Return Yards218Kick Return Yards6454Total Yards600425Turnovers123rd Down Converstion574th Down Conversion102-Point Conversion00Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals4/11/1Penalties1525Posession Time27:2316:37Tampa Bay BuccaneersPASSINGC/AYDSTDINTJosh Freeman19/3627401RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTDDoug Martin2716263Javon Ringer8577.12Josh Freeman3227.30Michael Smith1660RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTDVincent Jackson613021.70Mike Williams250250Chris Owusu21890Dennis Pitta6457.50Tiquan Underwood122220BLOCKINGPANCAKESACKCarl Nicks30Jeremy Zuttah20Demar Dotson10DEFENSETACKSACKINTTDMason Foster8000Lavonte David40(2tfl)10Gerald McCoy4100Michael Bennett3200Richard Sherman0010Roy Miller2100KICKINGFGXPPTSLONGConnor Barth3/35/51449Minnesota VikingsPASSINGC/AYDSTDINTDonovan McNabb17/3926922RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTDAdrian Peterson14966.91RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTDJarius Wright49323.31Devin Aromashodu3289.31DEFENSETACKSACKINTTDBrian Robison4100Jamarca Sanford6010KICKINGFGXPPTSLONGJohn Kasay2/23/3954
  3. New Orleans Saints at Tampa Bay BuccaneersOct 21, 20121ST2ND3RD4THSCORENew Orleans Saints (3-2)2121282090Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-1)714211456Team Stats ComparisonNORTAMTotal Offense634622Rushing Yards18110Passing Yards453612First Downs1522Punt Return Yards1723Kick Return Yards198123Total Yards849768Turnovers163rd Down Converstion864th Down Conversion012-Point Conversion00Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals4/15/0Penalties1910Posession Time23:3820:22New Orleans SaintsPASSINGC/AYDSTDINTDrew Brees23/3745371RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTDDarren Sproles221838.33RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTDMarques Colston6120201Jimmy Graham5418.21Devery Henderson310936.31Darren Sproles34615.31Lance Moore36120.32DEFENSETACKSACKINTTDCorey White1011Elbert Mack4110Rafael Bush1010Malcolm Jenkins4010KICKINGFGXPPTSLONGShaun Suisham2/312/121841KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTDDarren Sproles314648.71(95yd)PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTDDarren Sproles2178.50Tampa Bay BuccaneersPASSINGC/AYDSTDINTJosh Freeman35/7164474RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTDDoug Martin4820Josh Freeman1221/2RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTDVincent Jackson1226121.84Mike Williams515731.41Dallas Clark58717.41Dennis Pitta234171Doug Martin86480DEFENSETACKSACKINTTDRoy Miller6100Dekoda Watson50(3tfl)00Gerald McCoy2100Michael Bennett3100Richard Sherman0010
  4. Kansas City Chiefs at Tampa Bay BuccaneersOct 14, 20121ST2ND3RD4THSCOREKansas City Chiefs (2-3)32610342Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-0)0915024Team Stats ComparisonKANTAMTotal Offense342419Rushing Yards23581Passing Yards107338First Downs1116Punt Return Yards522Kick Return Yards27221Total Yards374662Turnovers093rd Down Converstion364th Down Conversion102-Point Conversion01Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1/21/0Penalties015Posession Time26:4017:20Kansas City ChiefsPASSINGC/AYDSTDINTDavid Garrard12/2113610RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTDJamaal Charles221848.43Jason Addai14503.60RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTDJamaal Charles381271Dwayne Bowe1(Off of Eric Wright)15150DEFENSETACKSACKINTTDJovan Belcher7000Abram Elam1030Eric Berry5010Jalil Brown5010Kendrick Lewis4110Javier Arenas2010KICKINGFGXPPTSLONGRyan Succop5/53/41848Tampa Bay BuccaneersPASSINGC/AYDSTDINTJosh Freeman22/5337627RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTDDoug Martin11605.50Josh Freeman22110.50RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTDVincent Jackson812515.61Mike Williams399330Dallas Clark59819.61DEFENSETACKSACKINTTDMason Foster5200Michael Griffin12000Ronde Barber4100Michael Bennett3200KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTDRoscoe Parrish414235.51(97yd)
  5. Washington Redskins at Tampa Bay BuccaneersSep 30, 20121ST2ND3RD4THSCOREWashington Redskins (1-2)770014Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-0)71414742Team Stats ComparisonWASTAMTotal Offense208459Rushing Yards106116Passing Yards102343First Downs913Punt Return Yards190Kick Return Yards8047Total Yards307515Turnovers203rd Down Converstion244th Down Conversion012-Point Conversion00Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals0/04/0Penalties2010Posession Time20:2623:34Washington RedskinsPASSINGC/AYDSTDINTRGIII9/2216721RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTDAlfred Morris14694.90RGIII4(1fumb)379.30RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTDAlfred Morris348161Chris Cooley146461DEFENSETACKSACKINTTDBrian Orakpo71(3tfl)00PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20Matt Turk832340.43Tampa Bay BuccaneersPASSINGC/AYDSTDINTJosh Freeman17/2936840RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTDDoug Martin24994.11Josh Freeman3175.71RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTDVincent Jackson515631.21Mike Williams246230Chris Owusu116161Dennis Pitta34013.31Tiquan Underwood48220.51DEFENSETACKSACKINTTDMason Foster2100Ronde Barber4200Gerald McCoy53(4tfl)00Michael Bennett1100Richard Sherman2010Dekoda Watson1100Gary Gibson1100
  6. Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Dallas CowboysSep 23, 20121ST2ND3RD4THSCORETampa Bay Buccaneers (2-0)1024141361Dallas Cowboys (0-2)010131033Team Stats ComparisonTAMDALTotal Offense677371Rushing Yards13916Passing Yards538355First Downs268Punt Return Yards197Kick Return Yards65116Total Yards761494Turnovers033rd Down Converstion344th Down Conversion402-Point Conversion00Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals4/20/2Penalties255Posession Time33:1110:49Tampa Bay BuccaneersPASSINGC/AYDSTDINTJosh Freeman31/4856670RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTDDoug Martin241335.50Javon Ringer561.21RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTDVincent Jackson617529.21Mike Williams615325.51Dallas Clark23316.52Dennis Pitta684141Chris Owusu33110.31Javon Ringer330101Tiquan Underwood224120DEFENSETACKSACKINTTDMason Foster3100Lavonte David3100Gerald McCoy2200Mark Barron5110Ronde Barber0010Anthony Gaitor3010KICKINGFGXPPTSLONGConnor Barth2/27/71333Dallas CowboysPASSINGC/AYDSTDINTTony Romo17/3239743RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTDDeMarco Murray5122.40RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTDDez Bryant4100252Miles Austin416140.32DEFENSETACKSACKINTTDDeMarcus Ware6100KICKINGFGXPPTSLONGDan Bailey2/23/3940
  7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New York GiantsSep 16, 20121ST2ND3RD4THSCORETampa Bay Buccaneers (1-0)71401435New York Giants (1-0)07007Team Stats ComparisonTAMNYGTotal Offense494260Rushing Yards20924Passing Yards285236First Downs1414Punt Return Yards169Kick Return Yards2186Total Yards531355Turnovers303rd Down Converstion444th Down Conversion112-Point Conversion00Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals2/00/0Penalties025Posession Time17:5010:10Tampa Bay BuccaneersPASSINGC/AYDSTDINTJosh Freeman10/1534831RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTDDoug Martin1414110.10Javon Ringer254271Josh Freeman492.31RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTDVincent Jackson27135.50Mike Williams4200502Dallas Clark24723.51Chris Owusu230150DEFENSETACKSACKINTTDMason Foster700(1defl)0Lavonte David410(2defl)0Gerald McCoy2100Michael Griffin700(1defl)0New York GiantsPASSINGC/AYDSTDINTEli Manning22/4523600RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTDAhmad Bradshaw8212.60Eli Manning231.51RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTDVictor Cruz56613.20DEFENSETACKSACKINTTDLinval Joseph4200Jason Pierre-Paul3200Stevie Brown1010KICKINGFGXPPTSLONGLawrence Tynes0/21/11N/A Transactions Dolphins resign Randy Starks(DT) to 5yr/$30.9M deal Sedrick Ellis(DT) rejects Saints extension offer Colts resign Robert Mathis(OLB) to 5yr/$45.5M deal Patriots resign Wes Welker(WR) to 6yr/$79.2M deal Ravens resign Ed Reed(FS) to 3yr/$24.6M deal Randy Moss gets to #2 on career TD reception list Roy Miller(DT) & Connor Barth(K) reject Bucs' extention offers Falcons resign Tony Gonzalez(TE) to 6yr/$45 M deal Bears resign Brian Urlacher(MLB) to 4yr/$32M deal Bucs resign Daniel Te'o-Nesheim(RE) to 6yr/$6.9M deal Dennis Pitta(TE) signs 1yr/$2.35 deal with Bucs Bucs release Cody Wallace© & Jacob Cutera(ROLB) for a net of $1M($600k-CW, $400k-JC)
  8. Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay BuccaneersSep 9, 20121ST2ND3RD4THSCORECarolina Panthers (0-0)14001428Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-0)71421749Team Stats ComparisonCARTAMTotal Offense265508Rushing Yards104155Passing Yards161353First Downs1113Punt Return Yards076Kick Return Yards11276Total Yards377660Turnovers043rd Down Converstion554th Down Conversion012-Point Conversion00Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1/02/0Penalties00Posession Time9:3618:24Carolina PanthersPASSINGC/AYDSTDINTCam Newton22/3416100RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTDIsaac Redman11494.51Tim Hightower142421RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTDSteve Smith33110.30 DEFENSETACKSACKINTTDJames Anderson62(3tfl)00Jon Beason3011Jordan Senn2001(Fumb)Tampa Bay BuccaneersPASSINGC/AYDSTDINTJosh Freeman16/2337343RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTDDoug Martin161398.71Javon Ringer1000Josh Freeman2178.51RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTDVincent Jackson1032332.33Mike Williams112120Dallas Clark1331Tiquan Underwood228140BLOCKINGPANCAKESACKDonald Penn20DEFENSETACKSACKINTTDMason Foster8000Lavonte David500(1defl)0Gerald McCoy2100Michael Bennett3100Richard Sherman400(1defl)0KICKINGFGXPPTSLONGConnor Barth0/07/77N/AKICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTDRoscoe Parrish37625.30PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTDRoscoe Parrish476191(55yd)
  9. Schemes: Offense: Balanced Defense: Base 4-3 QB: Strong Arm HB: Balanced FB: Blocking WR: Red Zone Threat TE: Receiver OL: Run Blocker (All are) DE: Balanced 4-3 DT: Balanced LOLB: Cover 2 MLB: Run Support ROLB: Cover 2 CB: Balanced FS: Playmaker SS: Run Support K: Balanced P: Balanced Tampa Bay Bucs Depth Chart - 2012Regular OffenseSTARTER2ND3RD4THWRVincent Jackson (95)Tiquan Underwood (76)Sammie Stroughter (68)TEDallas Clark (82)Dennis Pitta (80)Luke Stocker (67) Drake Dunsmore (64)LTDonald Penn (94)Demar Dotson (82)Derek Hardman (64)LGCarl Nicks (99)Hayworth Hicks (61)Jamon Meredith (76)CJeremy Zuttah (85)Ted Larsen (70)Jamon Meredith (76)RGDavin Joesph (93)Jamon Meredith (76)Hayworth Hicks (61)RTDemar Dotson (82)Derek Hardman (64) Ted Larsen (70)WRMike Williams (86)Chris Owusu (67)Roscoe Parrish (67)QBJosh Freeman (88)Adam Weber (70)FBErik Lorig (91)HBDoug Martin (87)Javon Ringer (74)Michael Smith (65)Base 4-3 DefenseSTARTER2ND3RD4THLDEMichael Bennett (87)Da'Quan Bowers (80)Daniel Te'o-Nesheim (77)LDTGerald McCoy (93)Gary Gibson (80)RDTRoy Miller (81)Gary Gibson (80)RDEAdrian Clayborn (83)Da'Quan Bowers (80)Daniel Te'o-Nesheim (77)WLBDekoda Watson (74)Quincy Black (79)Adam Hayward (79)MLBMason Foster (80)Najee Goode (83)SLBLavonte David (92)Quincy Black (79)Adam Hayward (79)CBRichard Sherman (90)Ronde Barber (82)Leonard Johnson (71)Myron Lewis (70)SSMark Barron (81)Cody Grimm (71)FSMichael Griffin (91)Ahmad Black (75)CBJason McCourty (83)Anthony Gaitor (72)Keith Tandy (71)LeQuan Lewis (70)Special TeamsSTARTER2ND3RD4THKConnor Barth (81)PMichael Koenen (87)HAdam WeberPRRoscoe Parrish (84)Chris Owusu (67)Michael Smith (67)LeQuan Lewis (66)KRRoscoe Parrish (83)Chris Owusu (74) Michael Smith (73)LeQuan Lewis (73)LSCarl Nicks (99)Davin Joesph (93)Jeremy Zuttah (85) The Bucs are adding to their plethera of talent, as they have acquired Conerback Richard Sherman from the Seattle Seahawks. Sherman, a 5th Round Pick out of Stanford last year, had a productive rookie year last year, as he had 62 tackles, 4 interceptions, 17 deflections, and one 1 forced fumble. Sherman, an ex-WR at Stanford, has great size for a CB at 6'3" and weighing 195 lbs. He has good speed also. He is one of the best man cover corners in the league (98) and is a great zone defender too (89). He is a smart player, as evident by his 4.25 High School GPA, and for the fact he graduated in 3 years at Stanford. He is such a good player that many people called him Optimus Prime, who was the opposer to Megatron in the movie Transformers, because of his ability to shut down Wide Receivers such as Calvin Johnson (Megatron). It came at a price though, as the Bucs gave up their 1st round picks in the 2013 and 2014 drafts. They had 1 in the 2013 (from Jacksonville) and 2 in 2014 (1 from Jacksonville & 1 from themselves). The Bucs took this chance as there do not seem to be many good corners, if any, in this years' class, and it moved Ronde to nickelback, where at his age and lack of speed, he will excel.
  10. Trades: Traded L. Blount (HB) and 2013 1st Round Pick to Titans for M. Griffin (FS) and J. Ringer (HB) Traded A. Benn (WR), 2013 & 2014 4th Round Picks to Colts for 2013 & 2014 3rd Round Picks Traded Jeremy Trueblood (RT), 2013 & 2014 3rd Round Picks (Our 2013 & Colts 2014) to Jaguars for 2013 & 2014 1st Round Picks Game 1 @ Dolphins: W 42-23 Josh Freeman: 2/3 17 yds 1td/0int Adam Weber: 12/21 402 yds 5td/0int Doug Martin: 4/27/6.8/0td Javon Ringer: 10/60/6/0td/2fumbles Chris Owusu: 9 rec 352 yds 39.1 avg 5 TD 154 YAC Schiano: "I thought we had a good week of practice leading up to the game, so to see us go out there and have our guys execute and get a win is a good sign." Game 2 vs. Titans: W 42-21 Josh Freeman: 5/6 123 yds 1td/0int Adam Weber: 12/24 265 yds 3td/2int Doug Martin: 6 att 18 yds 3 avg 1 TD Javon Ringer: 11 att 53 yds 4.8 avg 1 TD Vincent Jackson: 3 rec 100 yds 33.3 avg 1 TD (All in 1 quarter) Chris Owusu: 5 rec 156 yds 31.2 avg 2 TD Luke Stocker: 4 rec 75 yds 18.8 avg 1 TD Mark Barron(SS), Ronde Barber(CB), Cody Grimm(SS), Da'Quan Bowers(RE), Quincy Black(LOLB) all had 1 int. Schiano: "I think like any other game, there were positives and negatives for our team. But we or the win so it's an overall good game." Players Cut: Dan Orlovsky(QB)- Freed $1.2M DJ Ware(RB)- Freed $1M Game 3 vs. Patriots: L 34-28 Josh Freeman: 3/5 64 yds 1td/0int Adam Weber: 8/24 191 yds 2td/4int Doug Martin: 4 att 58 yds 14.5 avg 1 TD Javon Ringer: 5 att 52 yds 10.4 avg 0 TD Vincent Jackson: 2 rec 43 yds 21.5 avg 1 TD Chris Owusu: 5 rec 137 yds 27.4 avg 2 TD Da'Quan Bowers: 6 tackles 2 tfl 2 sacks Mason Foster: 2 tackles 1 tfl 1 sack 1 int Brady(Patriots): 4/8 59 yds 0td/2int (1 quarter) Schiano: " Players Cut: David Douglas (WR): Freed a net $0 Danny Noble (TE): Freed $500k Desmond Wynn (LG): Freed a net $0 Corey Irvin (DT): Freed $540k Matthew Masifilo (DT): Freed $500k Danny Gorrer (CB): Freed $540k Game 4 @ Redskins: W 31-17 Josh Freeman: 4/6 58 yds 0td/0int Adam Weber: 8/22 160 yds 3td/2int (1 was dropped and fell into hands of L.Fletcher. He also had 1 rush for 1 yard for a TD) Javon Ringer: 17 att 130 yds 7.6 avg 0 TD Michael Smith: 2 att 42 yds 21 avg 0 TD Chris Owusu: 6 rec 138 yds 23 avg 3 TD Da'Quan Bowers and Roy Miller each had 2 sacks Schiano: " Players cut: Brandon McDonald (CB): Freed $540k EJ Biggers (CB): Freed $500k Markus White (LOLB): Freed $450k, Penalty of $90k Lazarius Levingston (LE): Freed $450k, Penalty of $90k Andrew Economos (C/LS): Freed $950k, Penalty of $200k Roger Allen (RG): Freed $540k PRESEASON MVPs: Offense: Chris Owusu- 25 rec 783 yds 31.3 avg 12 TD Defense: Quincy Black- 19 tac 2 tfl 2 sacks 2 int 2 def
  11. ESPN gives Tampa Bay Buccaneers an A- for Free Agency By Sander Philipse on Mar 30, 1:35p ESPN has been handing out free agency grades, and they've given the Tampa Bay Buccaneers an A- in free agency. That's a good grade, but we'll have to see whether it sticks in the long term. While the Bucs have certainly fixed a number of holes, they are from a complete team - with major problems at linebacker and running back still remaining. In addition, we've seen offseason and free agency winners fizzle out too often in the past to feel very secure about the Bucs' additions. "The Bucs were huge early spenders in free agency. Jackson and Nicks are two of the better players at their respective positions and fill massive need positions for Tampa Bay. Wright was a questionable signing for the dollars it cost, but cornerback certainly was a major weakness on this roster. I would have liked to see Tampa Bay add a veteran or two with outstanding leadership skills to help lead this very young and sometimes troubled roster. However, the Bucs' key losses were minimal, and Tampa Bay is set up quite well to take the best player available with the No. 5 overall pick in the draft."
  12. Game: Madden 13 (PS3) Quarter Length: 11 minutes (1st 2 games were 7 minutes) Rosters: Most recent ones from EA Coach Firing: Off (I am acting as Owner, so I will decide when/if the coach gets fired) Pre-Existing Injuries: Off Trade Deadline: Off Bucs hire Greg Schiano as coach Updated: January 27, 2012, 2:56 AM ET By Adam Schefter | ESPN The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have finalized a five-year deal to hire Rutgers coach Greg Schiano as their new head coach. The 45-year-old former Scarlet Knights coach was hired Thursday, more than three weeks after the Bucs fired Raheem Morris following a 4-12 record. "We are thrilled to introduce Coach Schiano as the new head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers," new Bucs owner Kirk Plum said in a statement. "During our thorough search, we met with numerous impressive candidates, but Coach Schiano surely distinguished himself. From his leadership skills to his impressive track record, he is, simply put, the right man for the job." The Buccaneers said Schiano would be formally introduced at a news conference Friday. "Coach Schiano is a bright, meticulous teacher who knows how to get the most out of his players," said Buccaneers general manager Mark Dominik said in the statement. "He built and ran a pro-style program at Rutgers, and he's a defensive-minded coach whose teams have always been characterized by toughness and a physical style of play." Schiano was intrigued by the challenge of coaching in the NFL and also was concerned about the perceived uncertainty of the future direction of the Big East Conference, a source told ESPN's Joe Schad. The two sides met Wednesday for the second time and then spent some of the night into Thursday morning working out the contract. Schiano has previous NFL experience as an assistant coach with Chicago from 1996 to '98. He played linebacker at Bucknell but never in the NFL. His first big break in coaching came at Penn State, where Joe Paterno hired him to coach defensive backs in 1991. He was at Penn State through 1995, before being hired by the Bears. Because of his success at Rutgers, there had often been speculation for years about Schiano possibly replacing Paterno when the Hall of Famer was done coaching. But when Penn State was looking for a replacement after firing Paterno amid a child sex-abuse scandal involving former longtime defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky, the school hired Patriots offensive coordinator Bill O'Brien. Schiano has been courted by several other colleges during his time at Rutgers, most notably Miami in 2006 and Michigan in 2007. "I've had several opportunities over the years and none of them felt right," Schiano told The Star-Ledger of Newark, N.J., as he left Rutgers' football facility Thursday night. "This time, this one felt right." Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice, who played for Schiano at Rutgers, was among former Scarlet Knights players to talk about the news on Twitter. "Congrats to coach @GregSchiano the Bucs are getting a great man and a great coach. #salute," he wrote. Rice is scheduled to be a free agent but has said he expects to be back with the Ravens. Eric LeGrand, who suffered a spinal injury in 2010 but has continued to be a constant around the Rutgers program, tweeted his surprise at the news. "Really? Not going to lie I am a little bit shocked right now," he wrote. New England Patriots cornerback Devin McCourty, who also played for Schiano at Rutgers, said Thursday he thinks his former coach will do a great job in the NFL. "He's a great coach, so I'm not surprised that he was offered the opportunity," McCourty said. "I think he'll do a great job." Schiano is an under-the-radar coach, but Tampa Bay has been eyeing him throughout this process. Buccaneers college scout Bill Rees made contact with Schiano at the outset of Tampa Bay's coaching search, and the two men stayed in contact. Kirk Plum also conducted a massive amount of research, reaching out to various NFL people. One of the people they called was Patriots head coach Bill Belichick, who spoke highly of Schiano. Belichick on Thursday praised Schiano. "I think he is a tremendous coach that's done a great job with that program. And his players have been very NFL-ready. Guys that come out of that program, when they get to the NFL, most of them make it. It may not be first-round picks or whatever but if they have enough talent to really compete in the NFL most of them end up staying in one way or another and I think that's a credit to the preparation and the program that he's built there," Belichick said, according to the Buccaneers in their statement. Now, they have hired Schiano, who has a 49-28 record at Rutgers since 2006. Schiano is said to have impressed the Bucs in the two interviews he had -- one in Dallas a couple of weeks ago, another as recently as Wednesday morning. Schiano's contract with Rutgers was scheduled to run through 2016 and paid him around $2.35 million per year. Adam Schefter is ESPN's NFL Insider.