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Stevens grateful past is behind him

Jerramy Stevens (Chris Graythen/Getty Images)

Jerramy Stevens still has a jail sentence to serve, but it's clear that he has peace of mind now that he's served his NFL suspension for his off-the-field arrest in September. Now that peace of mind is translating into his play, as he's becoming a key part of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' passing game as the season blends into the playoffs.

TAMPA — Last week Tampa Bay head coach Jon Gruden admitted that he had "big plans" for tight end Jerramy Stevens. It's becoming clear just how big those plans are. Stevens is coming off his best game as a Buccaneer after catching four passes for 73 yards and two touchdowns against San Francisco. With the season-ending injury to Maurice Stovall, Stevens' role in the offense is bound to increase... Recommended Stories

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