TAMPA – The Buccaneers, Dolphins and Jaguars will band together Sunday in support of all those impacted by Hurricane Irma.
The three teams will wear a “One Florida’’ helmet decal to display their support for the millions who were struck by a storm that has left billions of dollars of damage in its wake.
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Hurricane Irma had a direct impact on all three teams as it forced the postponement of the Bucs-Dolphins season opener and delayed the return to Jacksonville of the Jaguars following their game last Sunday in Houston.
Several Bucs players have begun efforts aimed at helping the victims of the storm, including quarterback Jameis Winston, who is matching the first $50,000 donated to Irma relief given to his charitable foundation.
Winston and Bucs defensive tackle Clinton McDonald, was also among those handing out free food to storm victims on Saturday in Tampa.,
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