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Bucs are no longer NFL’s youngest team
Posted Sep 7, 2012 by Roy Cummings
Updated Sep 7, 2012 at 11:36 AM
BY ROY CUMMINGS
The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA - The Buccaneers are no longer the youngest team in the league. According to STATS, the Bucs will go into the season ranked ninth in average age at 26 years, 100 days.
The Bucs have had the youngest team in the league each of the last three years, but that title now belongs to the St. Louis Rams, whose average age is 25 years, 300 days.
The oldest team in the league is Detroit at 27 years, 326 days.