周四，11月3当澳门金沙城中心赌场主机分工对手亚特兰大猎鹰队周四晚上的足球，球队将导入安全 约翰林奇, a 2016 NFL Hall of Fame finalist, into the club’s Ring of Honor. The halftime ceremony for Lynch will celebrate the team’s ninth inductee into the Ring of Honor, which includes Hall of Fame defensive end Lee Roy Selmon, former Head Coach John McKay, former Pro Bowl tight end Jimmie Giles, former All-Pro tackle Paul Gruber, Hall of Fame defensive tackle Warren Sapp, Hall of Fame linebacker Derrick Brooks, former All-Pro fullback Mike Alstott and former quarterback Doug Williams.揭开序幕的夜晚， Lynch will serve as the team’s Honorary Flag Runner, leading the Buccaneers out of the tunnel for team introductions. Following introductions, Lynch will be joined by his wife, Linda, and their four children Jake, Lindsay, Lilly, and Leah, at midfield as the Buccaneers’* 比赛的荣誉嘉宾* 在那里他们将站在旁边的海盗船长为抛硬币。 \n\n在他的职业生涯，美林获得了九项职业碗的选择，并列为第二大在NFL历史上安全的位置，后面（10）名人堂成员肯·休斯顿的大厅。我也入选了四次入选全临美联社队，一边整理与他的职业生涯1277次铲球，100 defensed次传球，26次拦截，16次被强迫的摸索，13.0麻袋和八个摸索补救。此外，我开始全部12场季后赛比赛都出现了，理货71次铲球，defensed 12次传球和两次拦截。A captain on the Buccaneers Super Bowl Championship team in 2002, Lynch ranks fifth in Buccaneers history in games played (164), fifth in tackles (973), sixth in games started (132) and sixth in interceptions (23). Originally a third-round pick (82nd overall) of the Buccaneers in the 1993 NFL Draft, Lynch played 15 seasons in the National Football League, starting 191 of 224 games for Tampa Bay (1993-2003) and the Denver Broncos (2004-07). \n\nPrior to celebrating Lynch’s 的荣誉戒指 induction, the Buccaneers will once again host the pre-game “Bucs Squad Experience” outside Raymond James Stadium while continuing the tradition of honoring local heroes throughout the evening with the team’s “Hero of the Game” and the “Salute to Service Suite,” amongst other recognition activities. \n\nBUCS SQUAD EXPERIENCE & BUCS SQUAD TWO-MINUTE DRILL AT RAYMOND JAMES 体育场\n The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Bucs Squad is an exciting new program designed to get the next generation of Bucs fans behind the bench and inside the huddle with their favorite NFL team. By becoming a Bucs Squad member, fans 14-and-under get access to amazing gameday experiences. For more information and to sign up for the Bucs Squad, visit the Bucs Squad Two-Minute Drill locations in sections 112 and 137. \n\nThe Bucs Squad Experience will be open 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. in Lot 6D (Tampa Bay Blvd. between Gates C & D) for all children and families attending the game. The Bucs Squad Experience will include inflatable football activities, interactive PLAY 60 football clinics, as well as visits from Captain Fear (6:00 – 7:00 p.m.) and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cheerleaders (7:00 – 7:30 p.m.) for children to enjoy free of charge. \n\nHERO OF THE GAME: RET. ARMY SERGEANT F.G. SWAN\n Before kickoff, the Buccaneers will continue a gameday tradition by honoring the team’s military “Hero of the Game.” At every Buccaneers home game, a military service member is stationed on the Pirate Ship in Buccaneer Cove to help ready the team for the game. On Thursday, the Buccaneers will honor Ret. Army Sergeant F.G. Swan, a World War II veteran. Sergeant Swan joined the Idaho National Guard at age 15 and participated in the last Horse Cavalry exercise. He was later assigned to the Army 9th Battalion, 6th Armored Division. During the war, Sergeant Swan valiantly fought in the Battle of the Bulge in February 1945. His unit then went on to successfully liberate the Buchenwald Concentration Camp. To learn more about this gameday tradition, visit www.corysrus.com/salute. \n\nBUCCANEERS SALUTE TO SERVICE SUITE\n At every Buccaneers home game at Raymond James Stadium, the team honors a distinguished group of military members with a special gameday experience in the Salute to Service Suite. On Thursday, fans are encouraged to join players and coaches during a break in the second quarter to thank local servicemen and servicewomen for their sacrifices, including: \n\n\nFrom the Air Force, Technical Sergeant LaShonda Robinson and Technical Sergeant Keith Green;\nFrom the Army, Sergeant Luis Olmeda-Cruz, Sergeant Joel Galarza, and Major Bobby G. Lambert;\nFrom the Coast Guard, operations Specialist Second Class Phil Southwell;\nFrom the Marines, Lieutenant Commander Janette Arencibia;\nFrom the Navy, Ensign Matthew Witte \n\n\nBUCCANEERS ACADEMY 50/50 RAFFLE\n At each Buccaneers home game, fans have the opportunity to participate in the Buccaneers Academy 50/50 Raffle, while supporting a worthwhile cause. Each raffle ticket purchased will go towards a huge cash prize, in which fifty percent of the net proceeds help support the team’s 24 Buccaneers Academies around the Tampa Bay area and other Bucs Care Foundation initiatives. The other fifty percent will go to one lucky winner. Tickets are available at kiosks located in section 106, 115, 131, 140 and each club level as well as mobile sellers throughout the stadium. For a complete list of rules and regulations, locate a kiosk or mobile seller on game day. \n\nBUCCANEERS ACADEMY GAMEDAY FOR KIDS GUESTS\n For each Buccaneers home game, the Bucs Care Foundation hosts 100 “Gameday for Kids” from the Buccaneers Academy program to promote academic achievement and positive behavior in children. Selected groups receive game tickets, t-shirts, food vouchers and Buccaneers flags by achieving goals set by their teachers. On Sunday, the Buccaneers will welcome students from Graham Elementary, Miles Elementary, *and *Tampa Bay Boulevard Elementary. More than 15,000 youth and community members representing over 100 organizations from Tampa Bay have been rewarded through the annual program.