The problems surrounding coach Greg Schiano are piling up, with All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis the latest player to get the hump, according to NFL.com.
Revis is said to be unhappy with Schiano's strict regime, having become accustomed to the slightly more relaxed approach deployed by Rex Ryan at the New York Jets.
The cornerback is said to be frustrated at the Buccaneers' coach's disciplinarian approach to management, echoing the complaints of former Bucs tight end Kellen Winslow who criticised Schiano's style before he was transferred out.
Much has been made of Schiano's coaching methods, which were successful at college level, but have disgruntled stars amongst the professional ranks.
Things aren't looking good for the 47-year-old coach, with problems with quarterback Josh Freeman also being regularly circulated in the press. It could all start to go down hill very quickly at the Bucs if Schiano can't get his most influential players on board with his plans.