Bucs go bowling, get visit from shaved ice truck

TAMPA, Fla. -- With temperatures in the 90s during the first two days of minicamp, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers got some relief Thursday.

They got air conditioning and shaved ice.

Coach Lovie Smith canceled the final practice of minicamp. Instead of practicing, the Bucs went bowling. You can see video of rookie quarterback Jameis Winston picking up a spare below.

After returning to One Buccaneer Place, the team was treated to shaved ice. All-Pro defensive tackle Gerald McCoy picked up the tab for the second straight year. Below, you can see players lining up for shaved ice.

The offseason program is now concluded. The Bucs will gather again for training camp at the end of July.