- September 13, 2021
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by: Karen Loftus
TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – NFL broadcasters Ronde Barber and Chris Myers, who are the color commentary and play-by-play for the Buccaneers preseason games on WFLA joined News Channel 8 sports anchor, Karen Loftus, to discuss several facets of the 2021 Bucs team.
Barber and Myers discuss the evolution of the Bucs’ culture and how things have changed since the arrival of Head Coach Bruce Arians and quarterback Tom Brady.
Barber and Myers share what ‘The Brady Effect’ is to them– how has Tom Brady lifted this team to excellence?
Barber and Myers measure where this 2021 Bucs team is compared to where they were going into week one in 2020.
Barber and Myers share how the Bucs can set the tone early this season– not only by winning games from the start, but by doing the little things along the way.
Barber and Myers share their predictions for how the Bucs will do this season.
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ORLANDO, Fla. (AP/WFLA) — A Florida man has been arrested after exposing himself multiple times to toll booth collectors over a week’s span.
A Florida Highway Patrol arrest report says 41-year-old Mark Fillyaw was booked into the Osceola County Jail on Saturday.
(WTAJ) – Admit it, you can never take just one sauce packet from Taco Bell. They’re always nice to have in a drawer or even your glove box, but that’s a lot of plastic. The company is now teaming up with TerraCycle to keep those packets out of landfills.
TerraCycle is a New Jersey-based company that worked with other companies such as Procter and Gamble and Unilever to create reusable packaging instead of single-use. Now they’re teaming up with Taco Bell in a first for fast food and asking for your used sauce packets.
TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – For the next several days, traditional shower and thunderstorm chances will be moderately high mainly within the peak heat timeframe of each day.
High pressure to the interior of the southeast deepens through the Sunshine State which will provide us with a strong easterly flow. This flow combined with the Atlantic sea-breeze and daytime heating will cause mixing to occur and will help form inland storms starting near Polk County that are expected to travel west to the Gulf Coast throughout the next several afternoons.