Tom Brady's 53-foot yacht easily stood out among the rest of the boats in Wednesday's Super Bowl parade.
Super Bowl LV brought tens of thousands of people from all over the country to Tampa. However, the packed streets and dense crowds have health officials concerned about the spread of COVID-19.
Hundreds of boats hit the water and thousands more fans watched from the shore as the Buccaneers' flotilla sailed down the Hillsborough River, the Lombardi Trophy gleaming in the bright Florida sun and even going airborne for yet another Tom Brady completion.
Deputy Clinton Stearns says all those high school tacking drills finally paid off -- at the biggest game in the world. He's the one who tackled the streaker at Super Bowl LV.
"You only care about it if it's people you don't like," DeSantis said.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and their fans will be celebrating their historic Super Bowl win the best way the Bay Area knows how -- on the water.
Super Bowl LV in Tampa got off to a roaring start thanks to a rare trifecta flyover by the U.S. Air Force. A B-52, a B1-B, and the B-2 ‘stealth’ bomber cruised over Raymond James Stadium to help kick off the big game.
Super Bowl superstar Rob Gronkowski had a magical day at The Most Magical Place on Earth!
"Someone said, 'Hey, you were at the Super Bowl without a mask' ... but how the hell am I going to be able to drink a beer with a mask on? Come on. I had to watch the Bucs win," the Florida governor said.
For some, attending the Super Bowl was the opportunity of a lifetime. For all, it was a day to forget the fight against COVID-19.
Healthcare workers and volunteers at Arizona's 24/7 COVID-19 vaccination site at State Farm Stadium celebrated the Super Bowl this year while making sure Arizonans get vaccinated.
From SoHo to RayJay, Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans were elated after their team handily beat the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV in Tampa.
With the Bucs already here in town, the celebration began around Tampa even before Tom Brady’s final kneeldown. But there will be a bigger celebration in the coming days, Mayor Jane Castor promised.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ defense kept the Kansas City Chiefs out of the end zone during Super Bowl LV last night, but it was a former high school football player whose goal-line tackle went viral.
So much for the mayor's order requiring masks at Super Bowl parties. Throngs of mostly maskless fans took to the streets of downtown Tampa and packed sports bars as the Bucs won the Lombardi Trophy.
On Super Bowl Sunday, three women -- two coaches and an NFL official -- broke barriers when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers clinched their second championship title.
All three players scoring touchdowns for the Bucs were players Tom Brady personally recruited to join him in Tampa Bay.
“Hell, no,” Bucs head coach Bruce Arians said. “I ain’t going anywhere. I’m coming back to try to get two and we’ll see after that.”
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers won the Super Bowl at their own stadium Sunday night, leading to something never before seen in NFL history: A Super Bowl celebration on home turf.
The long-downtrodden Tampa Bay Buccaneers are kings of the NFL again thanks to Tom Brady and the championship pedigree he brought over from New England — along with two former Patriots teammates who starred with him in Super Bowl 55.