Bruce Arians announced on Thursday that every player, coach and staff member in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers organization is now vaccinated, putting them at a perfect 100% vaccination rate.

It’s a goal that those running these franchises want to attain but the Buccaneers are one of the first to do so.

Running back Leonard Fournette had expressed some prior concerns he had about getting the vaccine but ultimately decided to go through with it and get it. He confirmed his decision on Thursday citing that he wanted to be the best Buccaneers teammate he could be while also respecting and understanding the NFL protocols that are in place.

Tampa Bay is running it back this year, returning all 22 starters from their Super Bowl win over the Kansas City Chiefs back in February. With that being the case, the goal for the Buccaneers is to repeat as champions.

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With Tom Brady under center that’s always the case and for the Bucs it will start with winning the division.

Surprisingly, Tampa Bay did not win the NFC South last year. That crown went to the New Orleans Saints. Looking around the rest of the division this year though, it’s hard to envision the Buccaneers not claiming it.

The Carolina Panthers have a new quarterback in Sam Darnold as do the Saints with Drew Brees retiring and Jameis Winston stepping in. The Atlanta Falcons have a first year head coach and are trying to milk out the last few good years of Matt Ryan.

The Buccaneers are sitting at a 100% vaccination clip entering the season as they will look to bulldoze through the NFC South.