A look back at the Bucs’ impressive run to Super Bowl title
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady (12) holds the Vince Lombardi trophy following the NFL Super Bowl 55 football game against the Kansas City Chiefs in Tampa. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers' run from the wild card to Super Bowl champions was a remarkable one. BRADY BUNCH: Brady’s seventh title and first in Tampa Bay helped a whole new set of his teammates win a Super Bowl ring. AdThere have now been 261 players who have appeared in a Super Bowl as Brady’s teammate. Of the 728 players to play in a Super Bowl win since the 2001 season, 207 of them (28.4%) did it as Brady’s teammate.
Gronk, AB, Fournette team up for Super Bowl TDs, Bucs top KC
Brady wound up with his seventh NFL championship and was the Super Bowl MVP for the fifth time. “All week he made us believe we were going to win,” Fournette said. “He was amazing and just did it all: blocked, ran, just had an incredible season,” Brady said. Brady's seventh Super Bowl triumph broke a tie he held with three members of Vince Lombardi's great Green Bay Packers teams of the 1960s for most NFL championships. "There's nothing that he can't do: new team, new scheme, first year with a new team and going to the Super Bowl and winning it all.
NFL Hall-of-Famer Terrell Davis' money advice to young athletes: 'Write your own checks'
NFL Hall-of-Famer Terrell Davis has one piece of money advice for newbie athletes scoring big multi-million contracts: "Write your own checks." "Don't have anybody writing your checks or paying your bills for you," Davis tells CNBC Make It. Davis says he himself made the mistake of letting people write checks for him during the height of his career, and now he urges young players to keep track off their own finances. You can never get too busy to write your own checks or pay your own bills," Davis says. Davis also urges young players not to take every deal that is offered to them.cnbc.com
NFL Hall of Famer Terrell Davis reveals his biggest money mistake and what it taught him
Hall of Fame running back Terrell Davis once made a huge money blunder and he'd like others to learn from it. "The biggest money mistake I've made I've made a lot of those, by the way was investing in a project that didn't exist, that never came to fruition," said Davis, who played for the Denver Broncos from 1995 to 2001. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2017. The project was based in Atlanta, but while he was told it was "already good to go," it didn't get the blessing from the city. It "just kind of floundered," he said.cnbc.com