Tampa Bay, FL (PRWEB) July 27, 2013
Tampa Bay Buccaneers player Darrelle Revis has finally made a successful return to the playing field after rehabbing for ten months for a torn ACL. According to ESPN on July 25, 2013, Revis took park in the team’s activities, including 11 of 24 drills. During the drills he could not participate in, Revis worked on his conditioning. To add, he did all of this without a knee brace, which comes as a surprise to many. The Bucs took in Revis from the New York Jets in the 2013 NFL draft. The team gave up their 13th overall pick to acquire Revis. The cornerback signed a six-year, $96 million contract with Tampa Bay, even while in the recovery process. So far it has been decided by head coach Greg Shiano that Revis will ease back into play. He may not see any time on the field during preseason, although being that he is such a fierce competitor, he will certainly want to. Revis is a great team player and will not argue if it is decided he will sit a while longer. He knows that the coaches know what is best for him to get him out there and healthy again.
In other Tampa Bay news, fourth year player Mike Williams will be staying with the Buccaneers for a long while to come. This week it was announced that the wide receiver has signed a six-year contract that is guaranteed through 2014. With the signing of Williams, it is apparent that coach Shiano has been making a lot of offensive minded decision this offseason. With all of the changes, the Bucs may still be in contention this year for a division title. Last season, the NFC South was one big three-way tie. Atlanta took the division with a 13-3 record, while Carolina, New Orleans, and Tampa Bay all shared the same 7-9 record. Williams is a big part of a receiving duo that keeps the Bucs in NFC South contention. He had 23 touchdowns in 2010, which makes the most by any Tampa Bay player after only three seasons in the NFL. He also helped the team set franchise records in yards and points in a single season. Winning the NFC South is not going to be easy this year. All four teams are on their game and so are their quarterbacks. 2013 will without a doubt be a fight till the end. To watch your favorite team, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, conquer the NFC South and its NFL foes, visit http://www.Buccaneers-Tickets.org. On the site customers can find the best prices for Buccaneers tickets, and in the fastest way. The two clicks to checkout process makes buying Bucs tickets easy and fun. The customer service team is also highly qualified, and makes any issues you have no problem at all. Fans will never be charged for service fees, making the tickets extremely affordable. Visit the site today to buy tickets and use the Bucs fan hub to stay connected and chat about your favorite team.