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In addition to meeting the team and watching the Lightning scrimmage, fans will also have the chance to receive discounted prices on food and beverages from concession stands inside Amalie Arena.
A highlight of the day will be the scheduled unveiling of the team's new alternate (third jersey) by captain Steven Stamkos, just before the start of the blue-white scrimmage.
The Lightning will be offering fans an exclusive ticket package, the Bolts Bucks First Four Package, while at Fan Fest. Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Solomon Patton scored a touchdown in the last preseason game against the Washington Redskins, but the Buccaneers cut him anyway.
Despite ranking sixth in the NFL in kick return average (27 yards) during the preseason, Patton was among the eight players let go Saturday when the Bucs reduced their roster to the NFL’s 53-man limit.
Patton was waived along with running back Jeff Demps, quarterback Mike Kafka, defensive end Matthew Masifilo, tight end Cameron Brate and linebacker Brandon Magee. Teams can start piecing together their 10-man practice squads at noon Sunday, and Demps and Kafka are two players the Bucs are expected to extend offers to in an effort to get them back. That’s why the 53-man roster the Bucs have currently settled on is not worth cutting out and taping to the refrigerator. Rainey also returned one kick for 19 yards during the preseason this year, when he also fielded five punts, returning three for an average of 10 yards per return, including one that he brought back 10 yards.
Another candidate, at least for the kick return job, is second-year running back Mike James, who returned two kicks for 37 yards, including one for 22 yards, during the preseason.
But so was Patton, who wound up handling the majority of the return duties for the Bucs during the preseason, returning eight kicks for 216 yards and six punts for 50 yards, including one for 21 yards.
Bucs coach Lovie Smith, though, has always found Demps’ speed intriguing, which is why the team is interested in bringing him back to the practice squad in an effort to continue his development. It’s possible, in fact, that Demps could wind up replacing fellow running back Charles Sims on the roster. That list will allow Sims to return to the Bucs later in the year and will allow Tampa Bay to temporarily add another player to the roster in his stead. TAMPA – The lengthy list of former Tampa Bay Buccaneers working as network studio or game-day analysts is about to get longer.
Former Bucs general manager Mark Dominik is joining ESPN as an NFL front-office insider on several platforms, the network will announce today. Dominik, who was fired by the Bucs in December after five years as GM, will debut on March 27 on ESPN’s NFL Insiders show. Dominik, who signed a one-year contract with the network, joins an extensive group of Buccaneers alums in TV jobs, including coach Jon Gruden (ESPN), quarterback Trent Dilfer (ESPN), safety John Lynch (FOX), and coach Tony Dungy (NBC).

As Tampa Bay’s general manager, Dominik was 28-52 with no playoff appearances and only one winning season. Dominik considered accepting the assistant general manager’s job offered him by former Bucs scouting director and current Dolphins general manager Dennis Hickey, but opted for the ESPN gig.
Among the things Dominik might be asked about is the recent makeover of the Bucs team he built.
Dominik made a rule of signing players to contracts that relieved the team of all guaranteed financial commitments after two years, so the team could move on if it felt a need. The Bucs entered free agency with approximately $18 million in salary cap space, an amount that more than doubled after the team released a trio of highly-paid veterans: guard Davin Joseph, cornerback Darrelle Revis and left tackle Donald Penn. Revis’ release created $16 million in cap space, but generated criticism for the trade in which the Bucs gave their 2013 first-round draft pick and 2014 fourth-round pick to the Jets for Revis. Regular use of spread and no huddle offenses put greater pressure on cornerbacks such as Darrelle Revis than on the position in previous generations, coach Gill Byrd says.
The philosophical changes taking place on the offensive side of the ball have naturally resulted in philosophical changes on defense. LESSON LEARNED: Bucs co-chairman Joel Glazer admits he defied convention by hiring head coach Lovie Smith before hiring general manager Jason Licht, but strongly believes he had little choice in the matter.
With rival teams also looking for new head coaches and Smith on the radar of several, there was a gold rush for his services.
STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES: Finishing near the bottom of your division usually leaves teams with an easier schedule than more successful division rivals the next season.
The Bucs were 4-12 last year, third in the NFC South, but have the league’s 19th most difficult schedule for 2014. The 2014 strength of schedule rating is based on the 2013 winning percentage of all the clubs on a team’s 2014 schedule.
Local students from 17 Tampa Bay area high schools will participate in a shootout against two Lightning goaltenders with each high school player getting at least one shot on a Lightning goaltender. Fans will be able to pre order the jersey in the team's merchandise shops and buy ancillary alternate jersey merchandise as well.
Fans that purchase a full priced promenade, club or terrace level seat for any of the first four regular season games will get Bolts Bucks included in the purchase.
The Kids' Zone will be directly behind one of the Lightning goals and will feature activities for kids. With Patton out of the picture the Bucs might be in the market for a specialist, though they do have some options remaining on the roster.

During his time with Cleveland and the Bucs last year Rainey returned seven kicks, posting a respectable 23.1-yards-per return average.
Herron only handled a few kick returns during his days at Wyoming, but he and fellow wideout Russell Shepard were among those fielding kicks and punts during training camp. He was utilized in that role unto the final preseason game and he responded by catching only two of the six balls thrown to him, though he did turn one of those receptions into a 25-yard touchdown. He caught just one of the five passes thrown to him, that for 8 yards, and failed to bring in a potential touchdown pass on a long throw two weeks ago against Buffalo.
The Olympic silver medal-winning sprinter carried the ball a team-leading 41 times this preseason but gained just 120 yards (2.9) and failed on several occasions to beat defenders to the edge. Sims, who is out for at least half the season following ankle surgery, is expected to be place on the Injured Reserve-Designated for return list next week. He still has interest in running an NFL team and is hopeful his time with ESPN will lead to another opportunity.
He joined the Bucs a year later as a pro personnel assistant and spent 19 years with the franchise. And that, Byrd said, has greatly increased the value of an often overlooked staff member: the strength and conditioning coach. The first-place Panthers and second-place Saints have the 22nd and 23rd toughest, respectively. Lightning Season Ticket Members will have an exclusive autograph signing session on the club level concourse and a private question and answer session in the Firestick Grill (on the club level) during the autograph sessions. Bolts Bucks may be redeemed on game day at any Amalie Arena concession or merchandise location. The Lightning will also hold a used equipment sale at section 128, offering fans the chance to purchase used Lightning gear at discounted prices. As a four-time All Pro selection and two-time Pro Bowler with the San Diego Chargers, he was regularly tasked with covering the likes of Jerry Rice, Steve Largent and Tim Brown. Fans can park in any Lightning-owned lot for a discounted rate of $5 and enter through the grand entrance on Ford Thunder Alley. Promenade and club seats purchased include a $40 Bolts Bucks card per person, while terrace level seats purchased will include a $20 Bolts Bucks card per person.

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