Tampa, Fla. - The start to the 2010 NFL season begins today for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Training camp opens up just after 10:00 this morning for both players and fans. Throughout the week several practices will be open to the public, all for no charge. All One Buc Club members may receive up to 6 free tickets to each practice.
For the second straight year, the team hosts its training camp at One Buc Place, off MLK Blvd. in Hillsborough County. Fans will have dozens of photo and autograph opportunities, as well as the chance to meet Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cheerleaders and Captain Fear.
You can get your free tickets by going to www.buccaneers.com or by checking in with Bucs representatives at the entry gates.
Some things you must leave at home are: Alcohol, Backpacks, Coolers, Pets, Seat Cushions, Tobacco products, and Video Cameras.
The Bucs hope to improve on last years disappointing 3-13 finish.
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