Buccaneer Magazine Training Camp Issue Preview

Tampa Bay Buccaneers training camp is just a few weeks away, and the staff at Buccaneer Magazine are finishing up the 2001 Training Camp Issue. Check out the preview for this issue and make sure you get your copy in time for camp!

The latest issue of Buccaneer Magazine, the annual Training Camp Issue, will be published and shipped on July 23 - a week before the first Tampa Bay practice on July 30. This publication will be at least 48 pages in length and will provide the most in-depth pre-training camp coverage found anywhere. Listed below are some of the features found in this HUGE summer issue.


-Position-By-Position Previews - Buc Mag staffers annually interview each Buccaneers assistant coach to get the latest inside information on their respective position squads.

-Training Camp At-A-Glance - This feature is back again this year to provide some insight into EVERY player on the Bucs' training camp roster.

-Training Camp Practice Schedule - A complete list of practice dates and times for the 2001 training camp.

-Training Camp Battles - Buccaneer Magazine will preview the hottest training camp clashes this summer, including the fight to become the starting middle linebacker between Jamie Duncan and Nate Webster and the battle to become Brad Johnson's backup between Shaun King and Ryan Leaf.

-20 Critical Camp Questions - Buccaneer Magazine poses 20 critical questions for the 2001 Bucs training camp ... and provides the answers!

-NFC South Preview - Yes, the Bucs have one more year in the NFC Central, but Buc Mag takes a sneak peek into 2002 when Tampa Bay joins Atlanta, Carolina and New Orleans in the new NFC South division.

-Bucs-Dolphins Preview - We've doubled the size of our opponent preview and added tons of new opponent features this year, and it all starts with the preview of the Monday Night Football preseason clash showcasing the Bucs vs. Dolphins. Buc Mag has complete rosters and depth charts for both teams.

-X's and O's - The popular X's and O's feature is back this year and the Buccaneers coaching staff is on hand to educate all Bucs fans about the strategies of football. We've also expanded the X's and O's feature to include a half-page interview with a different Bucs coach each week.

-Cheerleader Page - Buccaneer Magazine has expanded its Cheerleader Page and will now feature the girls in color this year. Aside from action photos and biography information, Buc Mag will also feature huge SWIMSUIT photos this year!

-Buccaneer Buzz - The Buccaneer Buzz is back and bigger than ever! This huge installment, found in Huddle Up, has all of the latest inside info and rumors found nowhere else.

-Point/Counterpoint - Buc Mag editors Scott Reynolds and Leo Haggerty square off on which new Buccaneers starter needs to step up the most in 2002.

The commentary continues with the latest round of Audibles, which tackles the question - "Which NFC Central team poses the biggest threat to the Bucs?"
Reynolds and Haggerty continue their analysis in their respective columns, the Buccaneer Blitz and Goal Line Stand. And publisher Jeffrey Neil Fox kicks off the issue with his thoughts in the Chalk Talk.

Other features include the Bucs 2001 schedule, all of the latest news in Huddle Up and Community News, letters to the editor in Voices From the Grandstand, the latest sports medicine article from the Jock Doc, a review of the new Buccaneers Highlight Video, and the latest Bucs merchandise from the Authentic Team Merchandise-Buccaneer Heaven store in Tampa.

Enough preview for you? Can't wait to kickstart your Buccaneers entertainment this year? Then subscribe to Buccaneer Magazine by calling 1-800-881-BUCS(2827) today.

The Buccaneer Magazine Training Camp Issue will also be for sale individually at several Tampa Bay newsstands as well as the Authentic Team Merchandise-Buccaneer Heaven store at 14823 N. Florida Ave. in north Tampa. The cost is $2.95. Order your copy today by calling 1-800-881-BUCS(2827) and we'll mail you a copy for $4.95 ($2.95 + $2.00 shipping and handling).

Some news content previewed here is subject to alteration as new Buccaneers news develops.

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