Buccaneers Safety Piscitelli’s House Robbed During Win Over Packers

Safety Sabby Piscitelli’s celebration of the Bucs first win on Sunday was short-lived. Police say burglars broke into his house in Tampa Sunday afternoon while he was playing and beating the Packers at Raymond James Stadium.

The house was ransacked and a TV was stolen. A lawn crew in the neighborhood saw the house’s rear doors had been forced open and told a neighbor who called police. No arrests have been made.

The Bucs beat the Packers 38-28, ending the NFL’s longest losing streak at 11 games. Piscitelli had three tackles.

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One Response to “Buccaneers Safety Piscitelli’s House Robbed During Win Over Packers”

  1. free bet says:

    At least nothing happened to him man…