Buc Radio Shows Take on Super Bowl Flavor

All season Buccaneer fans have been tuning into 620 WDAE-AM in the evenings to hear Tampa Bay players discuss the latest topics surrounding the team.  Whether it’s Gerald McCoy breaking down the Bucs’ latest defensive effort or Josh Freeman talking about the challenges of the team’s upcoming opponent, listeners have been able to get their Buccaneer analysis straight from the source…and sometimes even ask the questions themselves.  The radio show series is called Total Access for a good reason.

This week, the Buccaneers are offering their fans double the access during drive time.  With the team counting down to Sunday’s 10-year reunion of the 2002 Super Bowl team, the nightly radio shows are going to feature an unprecedented combination of Buccaneers past and present.

Tune in on Monday night, for instance, and you can hear Mike Williams talking about his big touchdown catch in Denver and Keyshawn Johnson sharing his Super Bowl memories.  Freeman is trying to take his team to the same heights that Brad Johnson did a decade ago…they’ll talk about it together on Friday night.  Here is this week’s schedule of Buccaneer radio shows, each one featuring a very appropriate Super Bowl guest:

  • Monday: Total Access with WR Mike Williams, featuring former Buc WR Keyshawn Johnson
  • Tuesday: Total Access with S Ronde Barber, featuring former Buc S John Lynch
  • Wednesday: Total Access with DT Gerald McCoy, featuring former Buc DT Warren Sapp
  • Thursday: Total Access with QB Josh Freeman, featuring former Buc QB Brad Johnson

Every week, Friday’s Total Access show features a different Buccaneer player, and the Buccaneers will soon be announcing another pairing of current and former stars.

Each Total Access show runs from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. ET on 620 WDAE-AM.  Fans can call in to talk to the hosts at 1-800-596-BUCS (2827).

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