Jeff and Scott discuss current Buc events until (27:45) special guest Will Gholston shows up to teach them the difference between a city fumble and a country fumble, and why wrestling is a great sport for young football players.
With new Ring of Honor member Rondé Barber in the studio (21:50 mark), the Dogs find out what it means to be hyper-focused, find out which current players have caught Ronde's eye and trade dolphin puns.
They're back for Season Two and saltier then ever, as Jeff and Scott get impressive rookie Sean Murphy-Bunting as their first guest and also discuss the best things they've seen in training camp so far.
The Salty Dogs return with a very special guest, landing the first interview in Tampa with the newest Buccaneer, Devin White, who somehow managed to turn an eight-hour flight delay into a positive thing.
The Salty Dogs are back! In this episode, PewterReport.com's Trevor Sikkema (23:05) goes full draftnik, Jeff passes Scott's quiz on franchise tags, and a listener sends the dogs down memory lane in search of draft steals.
In this episode Jeff Ryan and Scott Smith speak to the newest Head Coach of the Buccaneers, Bruce Arians, about the three words that make up the culture of a team and some interesting nuggets about how the Bucs will practice.
In this week's episode, special guest Alex Smith talks about reinventing himself in the NFL. Jeff Ryan discusses the etiquette of tipping waiters, and Scott Smith recalls some of the most random big games in team history.
Andrew Adams (26:15) joins the Dogs to talk about his three-pick game and his unusual role in the Bucs' defense; meanwhile (37:48), Jeff Ryan and Scott Smith talk about building momentum and forbid one Buccaneer fan from watching this weekend's game.
On this week's episode, Scott Smith risks being the jinx on something good, Jeff Ryan ponders the value of misinformation and special guest rookie safety Jordan Whitehead talks about the Bucs finally getting takeaways.