Tampa Tribune "Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive tackle Gerald McCoy is entering the final year of his rookie contract, a five-year, $63 million pact that will pay him $10.295 million this year. The Bucs have already said that re-signing McCoy to a long-term deal is a high priority but negotiations aimed at..." April 16
Smith says its important to reward Gerald McCoy. He says its a priority to extend his contract. "We want him around for a long time."
Tampa Tribune "Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive tackle Gerald McCoy might never be the meanest or orneriest player on the field, but the generally good-natured 2012 Pro Bowler is trying to play the game with a little more anger. “Ninety-nine (Bucs Hall of Famer Warren Sapp) told me he needs to see more, I guess..." November 22
Fox Sports Florida "Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive tackle Gerald McCoy left practice Saturday with a tweaked calf coach Greg Schiano said. The severity is unknown. McCoy named to his first Pro Bowl after last season limped off during a two-minute drill late in the workout at One Buc Place. After leaving the field..." August 10
The Oklahoman "Gerald McCoy flashed his trademark smile, shook plenty of hands and took pictures with everyone who wanted one. The former Southeast High School and Oklahoma star and current defensive tackle for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers is always happy to be home. McCoy was happy to be back home, both for..." June 21
Fox Sports Florida "ampa Bay Buccaneers defensive tackle Gerald McCoy was scheduled to throw out the ceremonial first pitch before a game Saturday between the Tampa Bay Rays and New York Yankees, but he never received the chance. McCoy was involved in a minor accident on his way to Tropicana Field and missed the..." May 26
Tampa Tribune "Since Hardy Nickerson re-lit it 20 years ago, the mantle of leadership within the Buccaneers locker room — that proverbial torch everyone talks about — has been left behind more often than it has been passed on. It was left for Warren Sapp, who held it after Nickerson left in 2000. It was left..." May 12