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Buccaneers To Host Night Practice At Raymond James Stadium Saturday

For a second year in a row, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will hold a night practice at Raymond James Stadium this Saturday evening. The practice, which was a rousing success last season, will allow fans a chance to see their Buccaneers in their home stadium on a wallet-friendly budget as admission is free and seating is on an open first come first serve basis.

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Gates B, C, & D will open at Ray-Jay at 5pm, with the practice beginning at 6:30pm. Players will be introduced to the crowd the same as they would during a regular season game, and head coach Raheem Morris will address the fans in attendance. Introductions will be followed by one on one skills competitions, practice drills, and live interviews with players and team staff.

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The Pirate ship will be in full force, firing cannon shots throughout the evening and the night will culminate with a spectacular fireworks display signalling the end of practice. Concessions will be available in the east and west concourses, including $1 hot dogs and $1 Coca-Cola. Season and single game tickets, as well as Buccaneers merchandise, will be available for purchase throughout the evening.

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For more information, fans can visit Buccaneers.com.

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