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Tampa Bay Buccaneers ownership at a glance

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Majority owners: Bryan Glazer; Joel Glazer (pictured, at right); Ed Glazer (sons of the late Malcolm Glazer).

Source of wealth: Sports teams (Manchester United, Buccaneers) and real estate (First Allied)

Net worth: $4.4 billion at the time of Malcolm Glazer's death in 2014 (Forbes).

Residence: Tampa, Florida

Marital status: Bryan single; Joel and Ed ere each married

Family: Joel has two children

Education: Bryan graduated from American University and Whittier College School of Law; Joel graduated from American University. Ed is a graduate of Ithaca College.

When purchased team and for how much: Malcolm Glazer purchased the team in 1995 for $192 million

Franchise valuation: $1.225 billion (Forbes)

2014 revenue/rank: $275 million/20th (Forbes)

Owns stadium: No

Ownership philosophy: The Glazer family has focused on a long-term approach for success that has resulted in seven playoff appearances and a Super Bowl championship. The team has also made an impact in the Tampa Bay community through a dedication to assisting charitable and educational causes focused on children, families and military support.

Defining moment in ownership tenure: Delivering the first professional sports championship to the Tampa Bay area after beating the Oakland Raiders 48-21 to capture Super Bowl XXXVII.

Regular/postseason wins-losses during tenure: 146-158/5-6

General managers during tenure: Rich McKay (1995-2003), Bruce Allen (2004-08), Mark Dominik 2009-13), Jason Licht (2014-present)

Coaches during tenure: Sam Wyche (1995), Tony Dungy (1996-2001), Jon Gruden (2002-08), Raheem Morris (2009-11), Greg Schiano (2012-13), Lovie Smith (2014-present).

Playoff appearances: 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2005, 2007

Super Bowl appearances/championships: Defeated Raiders 48-21 in Super Bowl XXXVII (2002 season).

NFL committees: Joel: finance, international; Bryan: digital media