Tampa Bay Buccaneers to broadcast Training Camp show live this preseason
Fans won’t have the opportunity to attend Training Camps this preseason, but the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are still engaging with their loyal following.
The Buccaneers announced this week that they would be bringing Training Camp to the fans virtually by way of live access broadcasts throughout the preseason.
"“Well, it may not be the same as last year, but the Bucs are still bringing you live access so you can get in on the action from home. Training Camp Live presented by Publix is back with both Senior Writer and Editor Scott Smith and Team Reporter Casey Phillips reporting from the team’s padded practices starting on August 17 at 9.am,” a release said."
Each episode of the live broadcast will coincide with a day of full pads practice, which is slated to begin August 17. The live show update will begin at 9 a.m. each of the following days:
- Day 1: Aug. 17 9 a.m.
- Day 2: Aug. 18 9 a.m.
- Day 3: Aug. 19 9 a.m.
- Day 4: Aug. 20 9 a.m.
- Day 5: Aug. 21 9 a.m.
- Day 6: Aug. 23 9 a.m.
- Day 7: Aug. 24 9 a.m.
- Day 8: Aug. 25 9 a.m.
- Day 9: Aug. 26 9 a.m.
- Day 10: Aug. 27 9 a.m.
- Day 11: Aug. 28 9 a.m.
- Day 12: Aug. 30 9 a.m.
- Day 13: Aug. 31 9 a.m.
- Day 14: Sept. 1 9 a.m.
The broadcast will include highlight videos and pictures from the day, key takeaways, player & coach press-conferences, and much more.
The Buccaneers are still finding ways to get fans involved
This isn’t the same as any year we’ve seen in the past. Of course, normally, we would have all kinds of fans attending certain events and getting to see first-hand action.
Unfortunately, that’s not the case this season.
However, you have to give the Buccaneers credit for still finding ways to get fans involved and to remain engaged with their followers.
More so than any year in recent history, there is a ton of intrigue and excitement around Tampa Bay. People are excited to see what happens with Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski. They want to know about the progression of the defense. They want to see the rookies in action. They want to see the development of the young returners.
While it won’t be the same, you still have an opportunity every morning throughout Training Camp to get in-depth details and updates. The Pewter Plank will be providing complete coverage and analysis throughout the preseason as we inch closer to kickoff.