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It's Official: Tom Brady Is Bringing His Talents To Tampa Bay

Brady is officially a Bucc!

Tuesday morning Tom Brady formally announced that he would be leaving the New England Patriots. While the move may have come as a surprise, folks were immediately asking the same question: "where will he go now?" The answer comes by way of a formal statement from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers regarding Tom Brady this morning. 

The move was all but official, until this Friday morning. 

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WWE's WrestleMania 36 Is Taking Over Tampa This April

It's the biggest card of the year & John Cena will be there!

You don’t have to know much about wrestling to enjoy WWE, and that’s probably part of why it’s so entertaining. Just indulging in the athlete's shenanigans, posturing, and palpable hype that surrounds these events is enough to get anyone excited. With just a little over a month until WrestleMania 36, Tampa is definitely feeling the frenzy. Legends Brock Lesnar and Drew McIntyre will take over Raymond James Stadium on April 5 as they battle it out for the WWE Championship.

With introductory festivities starting at 5 p.m., you can stream the event live on the WWE Network or catch the show on your cable network's pay-per-view channels, and tune into the main event at 7 p.m. ET.

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Tim McGraw Is Playing A FREE Concert Before Tampa Buc's Opening Game

Are you ready for some football?!

This has got to be one of the most exciting times of the year. That thrill is back in the air. Granted, it may be because the humidity is dropping. But we are referring to something bigger. The NFL is back, baby! And Tim McGraw will be playing a free concert in Tampa to kick it off. 

In four weeks the NFL Regular Season kicks off. This will be the 100-year anniversary of the National Football League. 

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Miami Marlins And Tampa Bay Rays Engage In Twitter Feud And Fans Are Loving The Drama

It's a Florida baseball showdown on the Internet.

The Tampa Bay Rays and the Miami Marlins wrapped up a two-game weekend series on Sunday at Tropicana Field. The Tampa Bay club routed the Marlins on both meetings and swept the last-placed club from the NL East. The Rays won 8-6 on Saturday and 7-2 on Sunday. 

The Rays are currently second in the AL East behind the surging New York Yankees. And while Tampa Bay is definitely enjoying sweet victory over the Marlins as far as business pertaining to all things within the ballpark, the Marlins certainly tried to get the best of the Tampa Bay team off the field. 

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Andrei Vasilevskiy Is In It For The Long Haul With Tampa Bay And Some Bolts Fans Aren't Thrilled

Tampa Bay Lightning gives the 2018 Vezina Trophy recipient an eight-year extension

Andrei Vasilevskiy signs the dotted line and is set to be a Bolts player until 2028. The Russian goaltender joined the Lightning back in 2012 in the NHL Draft and has played in Tampa Bay for the entirety of his career. Last season, he became the first ever Bolts goaltender to win the Vezina Trophy. 

The 2019/20 season has yet to have started and the 6-foot-4 wall that is Tampa Bay's goaltender is already making headlines. Monday morning, the Tampa Bay Lightning announced Vasilevskiy's extension, which will kick in effective for the 2020-2021 season. 

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