William Gholston shouldn’t go anywhere. And yes, he is the second-best defensive lineman on the team. The days of William Gholston slander are coming to an end. The boxscore watching and using stats as the only metric of success are causing the fanbase to ignore an extremely successful 2020 season from one of the cheaper linemen on the team, and it all stops here.
Gholston, who was credited with a quarterback hit during the Buccaneers' 31-9 win over the Chiefs in Super Bowl LV, finished the 2020 regular season with 44 tackles (24 solo), three sacks, two defensed passes and a fumble recovery over 16 games. Gholston followed up one of his best campaigns...
Super Bowl champion and former head coach of the Baltimore Ravens Brian Billick discusses on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers facing off against the Kansas City Chiefs amid in the coronavirus pandemic and the impact of new technology on the sport. Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive end William Gholston had something else...
NFLPosted byBlack Enterprise
Moffitt Cancer Center announced that Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive end William Gholston made a $225,000 donation to the center to support research into cancer health disparities. The donation, made during Black History Month and right before the start of this year’s Super Bowl, will help fund discoveries in breast, colon, and prostate cancers.
NFLPosted byTampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive end William Gholston says he has keenly felt the impact of disparities in the health care system. “My father died battling lung cancer, and my uncle from prostate cancer,” he said. “My mother has won her breast cancer battle multiple times. This battle is hard, the fight is hard, and any amount of research or help is huge in my eyes.”