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Daily Bucs Links: Casillas battling, Goldson the punt protector


Jonathan Casillas strives to make Bucs' LB battle interesting | Tampa Bay Times
Seems useful. | Very Sour On Mike Glennon - Tampa Bay Bucs Football
Well, he's a rookie. You generally don't want to start rookie quarterbacks.

Dashon Goldson the punt protector? Sure.
Yep. Did it in San Francisco.

Bucs Spotlight: Defensive End Adrian Clayborn | Bucs Scene
Will he be back to form after an ACL injury?

Assistant coaches aplenty settle in at One Buc Place |
And lots of them.

The NFL believes the Read/Option is here to stay | The Sideline View
Well, some teams use it a lot. And there are no real reasons why it can't work.

FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS: Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis | Word of Muth: Church of the Outside Zone
And what a church it is.

NFL news roundup: Brett Favre praises Aaron Rodgers; Rex Ryan wants more credit -

2014 NFL Draft: Jadeveon Clowney and the top 25 SEC prospects -

Uffsides: Ravens' Matt Stover on leaving Cleveland, Steelers rivalry, and Bill Belichick's evolution -
Good stuff.

The Buffalo Bills don't 'kill' anything -
That's because they don't win games.

Brandon Browner threatens 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh -
This rivalry is getting silly.

Chris Mortensen: Peyton Manning will play at least 2 more years -

Rob Gronkowski injury: Patriots tight end to have back surgery -
Brock Osweiler bangs head against wall.

Rob Gronkowski injury: Patriots tight end to have back surgery -

Hall of Famer Lem Barney believes football will be gone in 10-20 years -
That's a bit quick, but it certainly could happen.

SB Nation NFL huddle: Willie McGahee hits the market, Chargers team doctor makes his exit and more -

Rex Ryan: 'I'm a better coach than I'm given credit for' -
He's a pretty good defensive coach, at least.

Brett Favre: Aaron Rodgers will 'shatter' my records -
Except consecutive starts. I don't think anyone's ever getting close to that one. Actually Rodgers won't touch most of his cumulative records, I think.

Bostad: 2012 Was "Good Investment" for Bucs' Line
Kind of.