Asked if Josh McCown would be his quarterback for the 2014 season, Bucs coach Lovie Smith replied "yes, he is."
Bucs agreed to terms with QB Josh McCown, formerly of the Bears, on a two-year, $10 million deal.
Free agent Josh McCown will visit the Bucs, Texans and Jets.
The San Francisco Chronicle reports that the Raiders are interested in free agent Josh McCown, but that "many believe" it's down to the Bears and Bucs for his services.
Free agent QB Josh McCown said four teams have expressed real interest so far.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the Bucs are "in the market" for a backup quarterback, and will be "looking at" free agents Josh McCown and Shaun Hill.
ESPN's Adam Schefter doesn't expect free agent Josh McCown to re-sign with the Bears.
Free agent Josh McCown said he has to be "willing to go somewhere else, if that's how it breaks."
The Chicago Tribune believes free agent Josh McCown's "overwhelming desire" is to re-sign with the Bears.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the Bears have "strong interest" in re-signing free agent Josh McCown, and that the Jets and Bucs are also interested.
The New York Daily News reports the Jets are "eyeing" free agent Josh McCown.
CSN Bay Area considers the Raiders a possible landing spot for free agent Josh McCown.
After speaking to coach Marc Trestman, ESPN's Chris Mortensen confirmed on Sunday Countdown that the Bears "would love to have" free agent Josh McCown back.
Speaking in a Tuesday radio interview, free agent Josh McCown expressed his desire to stay with the Bears in 2014, saying his "heart is in Chicago."