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Daily Bucs Links 7/12/11 - NFC South best division in football, labor talks still continuing

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Clayton: NFC South becoming best - NFC South Blog - ESPN
John Clayton says the NFC South may be the best division in football. 

Vote for players who will be stars from 2014-16 Dream Team of Tomorrow - ESPN
Lots of Buccaneers in this vote for players who will be best from 2014-2016

Courtroom football returns, with a twist | National Football Post
Andrew Brandt gives his usual excellent analysis of the labor situation.

On rookie wage scale, league, players don’t seem to be squabbling over much | ProFootballTalk
The rookie wage scale seems to be the last major hurdle, but PFT explains why it's really close. 

[Video] Breakdown with Jimmy Lake Pt. 1 |
Another video of Jimmy Lake analyzing a Buccaneer. This time it's Cody Grimm and his pick-six against the Bengals

NFL lockout: League, players moving toward deal, sources say - ESPN
The NFL and NFLPA are moving toward a deal, with June 21 as a possible resolution date. 

SportsBusiness Journal: Class-action push brings new threat to NFL schedule - NFL - Sporting News
Sports Business Journal adds some reason to be scared, though this seems like nothing to pay much attention to. 

Exclusive: We've Obtained Audited Financials For The NFL League Office | Deadspin
Deadspin managed to get their hands on an NFL audit. These numbers mean nothing to me, but it may be interesting to someone with a financial background. 

From Chaos Comes Brilliance? | Cheesehead TV
Cheesehead TV does a good job explaining why a 'rookie signing deadline' is unprecedented and carries some implications. 

Cheerleaders Reach out |
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are getting active in the community. 

2010 Offensive Line Rankings - Part 1 |
Surprise: the Bucs rank low. | The Poz And The Bucs - Tampa Bay Bucs Football
JoeBucsFan explains why the Poz fits with the Bucs, but he won't be signed by them. 

NFL's latest timeline would keep Bears-Bucs in London | & St. Petersburg Times
Here's something that's easy to forget: if the labor deal isn't resolved by August 1, the Bears-Bucs game stays in Tampa. 

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