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Hospital White Chris Conte Jersey , which will soon be known as AdventHealth, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers unveiled a new name and logo for the NFL team’s training facility and business offices, which will now be named the AdventHealth Training Center. The team’s headquarters includes a new air-conditioned indoor practice facility, three outdoor practice fields, as well as player areas and administrative offices.Florida Hospital and the Buccaneers created their unique partnership six years ago when Florida Hospital became the Exclusive Hospital of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The collaboration has enabled the two organizations to promote key health initiatives in the community and this elevated partnership will give Florida Hospital and the Buccaneers even greater ability to identify and tackle important health issues in the Greater Tampa Bay Area.“We want to make a meaningful difference and lasting impact in the health and wellness of this community and this partnership bolsters the strength and ability we have to do that,” said Mike Schultz, President and CEO, Florida Hospital, the West Florida Division of Adventist Health System. “We are not only investing in the health and well-being of our professional athletes, we are investing in and inspiring the next generation. We believe it’s vital for our young people to have a healthy future.”With the 10-year naming rights deal announced today, Florida Hospital and the Buccaneers also plan to develop a series of educational health and wellness videos pairing Florida Hospital and team experts to address topics such as nutrition and diet, staying hydrated, proper stretching and how to prevent sports injuries. That initiative plays into other existing health and wellness platforms including the Treasure Chests 5K and Fun Run to raise breast cancer awareness, 8 On Your Side Health and Fitness Expo, Bucs Babies, the Back to School Bash which provides free physicals, dental and eye exams, and immunizations to local students, as well as the first ever Faith and Football tournament.“Today’s announcement is yet another example of the strong partnership we have forged with Florida Hospital over the past six years,” said Buccaneers Owner/Co-Chairman Bryan Glazer. “Together, we have enjoyed success on many community initiatives and this heightened level of partnership allows for even greater opportunities as Florida Hospital transitions into AdventHealth. We take pride in having world-class training facilities and business headquarters and we are equally thrilled to align ourselves with an industry leader such as AdventHealth.” The player’s entrance at One Buc Place, now named AdventHealth Training Center.Tampa Bay BuccaneersThe AdventHealth Training Center opened in 2006 and immediately set a new standard for team training and business headquarters. The more than 135,000-square-foot main complex is a combination of function, style and space while also offering Buccaneer players the latest in sports medicine and training facilities. Player areas include a spacious 6,600-square-foot locker room, nearly 10 Youth Mike Evans Jersey ,000 square-feet of workout and weight training space, an expansive training room and rehab center featuring three cryo chambers to improve player recovery, and a large, wood paneled team auditorium along with a full complement of position meeting rooms. Prior to the start of the 2017 season, the team finished construction on a state-of-the-art indoor practice facility. The 100,000-square-foot, air-conditioned structure features a full-sized FieldTurf playing surface, has an indoor clearance of 96 feet and seating for up to 3,500 fans. The AdventHealth Training Center’s indoor facility allows the team to practice year-round regardless of weather conditions and is used frequently for walkthroughs, practices and select training camp practices.“Here in Florida, weather is always going to be a factor in your ability to prepare your team,“ said Buccaneers Head Coach Dirk Koetter. “Early in the season we are always dealing with very hot, humid weather, lightning delays and even hurricanes, so having an indoor practice facility that ensures you don’t miss practice time is essential to winning. The AdventHealth Training Center indoor practice facility is a real game changer for us in that we now can ensure our players are as well prepared as possible heading into every game.”The team’s indoor practice facility with new logo on it.Tampa Bay BuccaneersFlorida Hospital is a faith-based, not-for-profit organization, operating 28 hospitals across the state, delivering whole-person care to millions of patients each year. Adventist Health System, parent company of Florida Hospital and one of the nation’s largest faith-based health care systems, recently announced it will soon become AdventHealth with all of its nearly 50 hospital campuses, including Florida Hospital, adopting the new name and logo beginning January 2, 2019.Report comes courtesy of the Buccaneers Communications Department.Around the NFC South: Week Two The Buccaneers continued to benefit from Fitzmagic on Sunday, beating the defending Super Bowl champion Eagles by a score of 27-21 at Raymond James Stadium. Tampa Bay is now 2-0 for the first time since 2010 and sits in sole possession of first place in the NFC South. Let’s get around to what else went down in the division during week two.Atlanta Falcons (1-1)The Falcons bounced back from their disappointing week one loss by beating the division rival Panthers 31-24 on Sunday. In its home opener, Atlanta used a 17-0 mid-game run to get some separation from Carolina. As soon as the Panthers got back within one score early in the fourth quarter, the Falcons came back to take a two-possession lead. The defense allowed a touchdown with 2:20 to go White Ryan Smith Jersey , but eventually held on for the victory. Atlanta got a much better performance out of Matt Ryan this week. He completed 23 of his 28 passes for 272 yards and two touchdowns while rushing for 18 yards and two scores. Tevin Coleman ran for 107 yards on 16 carries, filling in nicely for the injured Devonta Freeman. Up Next: vs. New Orleans Saints (1-1)Carolina Panthers (1-1)The Panthers led the Falcons on the road 10-3 early in the second quarter, but once they lost that lead, they never came back. Graham Gano connected on a 54-yard field goal to take an early 3-0 lead before Cam Newton and Jarius Wright linked up for a five-yard touchdown to take a 10-3 lead. From there, Atlanta went on a run to take a two-score lead. Newton later hit Torrey Smith and DJ Moore for touchdowns, but the Panthers couldn’t overcome the deficit. Newton had a big day, throwing for 335 yards and three touchdowns on 32-of-45 passing. He also ran for 42 yards on five carries. Christian McCaffrey didn’t get much going on the ground, but caught 14 passes for 102 yards. Devin Funchess caught seven passes for 77 yards, but it was Wright, Smith and Moore who found the end zone. Up Next: vs. Cincinnati Bengals (2-0)New Orleans Saints (1-1)After their shootout loss to the Bucs last week, the Saints struggle their way to a 21-18 win over the Browns in week two. Still at home in the Superdome, New Orleans was sluggish for much of the day. Cleveland led 12-3 after three quarters, but Drew Brees and his offense came back in the fourth. Two touchdown passes from Brees to Michael Thomas, plus a two-point conversion run by Alvin Kamara, got the Saints out to an 18-12 lead. Things almost went heavily downhill from there, as Tyrod Taylor found Antonio Callaway for a 47-yard touchdown on fourth down with 1:16 to go. The Browns had tied the game and were an extra point away from a late lead, but the kick was no good. After that, New Orleans marched down the field and set Will Lutz up for a 44-yard game-winning field goal.Despite the slow start, Brees was his normal self. He completed 28 of his 35 passes for 243 yards and two touchdowns. Thomas was once again his main target, catching 12 passes for 89 yards and two scores. It was a rare off day for Kamara, who ran for just 46 yards and caught just six passes for 53 yards. It wasn’t a terrible day, but it wasn’t what everyone is accustomed to from him. Kicking ultimately made the difference, as the Saints took advantage of two missed field goals and two missed extra points by Cleveland kicker Zane Gonzalez. Up Next: at Atlanta Falcons (1-1)


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