Jake Plummer, who is still living in Idaho playing handball, interviewed with SI.com's Peter King recently and sounded "perfectly content" with his life away from football.
The Bucs have reached a settlement with Jake Plummer in a grievance the team filed against the retired QB for failing to fulfill his contract.
The Buccaneers' grievance hearing against Jake Plummer is expected to occur by the end of the month.
Bucs coach Jon Gruden finally acknowledged Wednesday at the owners' meetings that Jake Plummer will not join the team for training camp.
Bucs GM Bruce Allen reiterated Wednesday that the team would welcome Jake Plummer if he comes out of retirement.
Bucs GM Bruce Allen reiterated Friday that he hopes Jake Plummer will join the team for training camp.
Jake Plummer's hearing date to deal with the Bucs' grievance against him is expected to take place within two weeks.
The Bucs hope Jake Plummer joins the team in 2008.
Despite their attempt to recover millions from him, the Bucs remain hopeful that Jake Plummer will come out of retirement.
The Bucs and Broncos have filed a grievance against Jake Plummer and are seeking a prorated portion of his signing bonus for breach of contract.
NFL Network's Adam Schefter reports the Bucs will place Jake Plummer on the reserve/retired list.
Jake Plummer's high school coach says he recently spoke with Plummer.
Bucs GM Bruce Allen said Jake Plummer is subject to fines if he doesn't come to training camp.
ESPN's Sal Paolantonio reports there is virtually no chance of Jake Plummer playing football in 2007.