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Best of Mike Evans in 2014
Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans had a rookie year to remember, including breaking a single-season franchise record.

Smith Looking For Koetter To Bring Bucs Offense A Balanced Attack | Pewter Report
Bucs coach Lovie Smith expressed excitement in hiring former Atlanta offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter to serve in that same capacity in Tampa Bay this year.

Inside The Senior Bowl Practice: Wednesday North Report | Pewter Report
The North team took the field first on Wednesday in front of representatives from all 32 NFL teams and some from the Canadian Football League as well. A

Inside The Senior Bowl Practice: Wednesday South Report | Pewter Report
The South team went through their second practice on Wednesday. Who stood out?

Mel Kiper Jr. says quarterback Marcus Mariota needs time to develop - ESPN
ESPN draft expert said Wednesday that a team drafting Oregon's Mariota would need a "bridge" quarterback.

Lovie Smith wants balanced offense - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog - ESPN
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have many of the ingredients needed to field a balanced offensive attack.

Bucs Bonus: Super Bowl, Deflate-Gate | and The Tampa Tribune
In this week’s Bucs Bonus Podcast, Tampa Tribune’s NFL writer, Ira Kaufman joins Olivia Stacey to preview the Super Bowl and discuss the allegations that New England used overly deflated footballs.

Lovie says Bucs will 'hit pavement hard' to find No.1 pick | Tampa Bay Times
MOBILE, Ala. -- Lovie Smith turned down a chance to have his staff coach here at the Senior Bowl, but said the Bucs will go everywhere they can to make sure they find the best use of the No. 1 overall pick in April's NFL draft.

Miami linebacker Perryman working to show he can 'play big' | Tampa Bay Times
MOBILE, Ala. -- The two things Miami linebacker Denzel Perryman hears about from critics are his lack of height and his pass coverage skills.

Bucs QB Johnson: ‘No wrongdoing’ in having Super Bowl balls prepared | and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — Former Buccaneers quarterback Brad Johnson says he neither cheated nor acted maliciously when he paid two ball boys $7,500 to prepare the balls for Super Bowl XXXVII. " Blog Archive " Licht Explains Senior Bowl Decision - Tampa Bay Bucs Blog, Bucccaneers News
Last night, Bucs general manager Jason Licht appeared on "Movin’ the Chains," co-hosted by Pat Kirwan and Jim Miller heard exclusively on SiriusXM NFL Radio.