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NFL veterans are having some of their best seasons well past their prime -
Tom Brady, Carson Palmer, Charles Woodson and Benjamin Watson are just some of the veterans defying expectations at their age.

NFL picks 2015, Week 11: Experts unanimously favor Cardinals, Patriots, Panthers -
After a brutal week of upsets, SB Nation's NFL experts will try to get back on the wagon with their Week 11 picks.

'We had our foundations rocked': NFL players reflect on relocation. -
Four retired NFL players discuss what it's like to be part of a team relocating from one city to another.

Sterling Moore Running with New Role
Sterling Moore has bounced around the Bucs' secondary depth chart since arriving as a free agent in the spring, but he got his best opportunity yet two weeks ago and has seized it impressively.

Coach Smith on Preparing for Philadelphia
Head Coach Lovie Smith talks about the latest injury news, the Eagles' offense, and undrafted rookies.

Jameis Winston: "Get Better Every Day"
QB Jameis Winston speaks with the media about his running ability in the red zone, being able to come back in the fourth quarter, and rookie Donovan Smith protecting his blind side.

Dirk Koetter Thrilled with Rookie Receivers
Wednesday Notes: Donteea Dye and Adam Humphries may not have overwhelming stat lines, but they're helping the Bucs win in a number of ways…Plus injury updates and more.'s Bucs Momentum Meter: Week 11 | Pewter Report
Who's hot and who's not in Tampa Bay? Find out each week in's Bucs Momentum Meter.

Seferian-Jenkins Recovering From Significant Shoulder Injury | Pewter Report
Multiple Bucs sources tell that he has a legitimate shoulder injury that has kept him out of action on game days since Week 2 at New Orleans.

Despite Success, Don't Expect Bucs To Draw Up Runs For Winston | Pewter Report
Not typically known for his speed, Jameis Winston has been pretty effective using his legs in the red zone this season.

Buccaneers preparing to face inconsistent Eagles - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog - ESPN
The Philadelphia Eagles could be heading toward their worst season under coach Chip Kelly and nine other things to know about the Buccaneers next foe.

Jameis Winston eager to play against hometown hero DeMeco Ryans - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog - ESPN
Growing up in Bessemer, Alabama, Jameis Winston looked up to DeMeco Ryans. Now the two will square off on Sunday in Philadelphia.

Buccaneers get nervous when Jameis Winston dives in attempt to score - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog - ESPN
Bucs offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter doesn't like seeing Jameis Winston diving like he did against the Dallas Cowboys this past Sunday.

Chip Kelly: Jameis Winston's an impressive player - ESPN Video
Eagles coach Chip Kelly discusses Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston's development throughout the season and says the young player has greatly improved over the last few games.

Eagles’ Chip Kelly explains 2012 rejection of Bucs’ coaching offer | and The Tampa Tribune
It is no doubt hard for fans of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to imagine what could have been.

Bucs Hot Reads: Eagles’ up-tempo offense a challenge | and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — Chip Kelly’s up-tempo attack presents some unique challenges for the Bucs heading into Sunday’s matchup at Philadelphia.

Bucs prefer high-flying QB Winston keep his feet closer to the ground | and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston knows his limitations. That doesn’t keep him from trying to exceed them.

Bucs notes: Red-zone results hurt Eagles in close defeats | and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — The Eagles and Bucs are each 4-5 entering Sunday’s matchup, and Philadelphia has dropped three games by three points or fewer, including last week’s 20-19 home setback against Miami.

Charting Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota, Week 10: A step back | Tampa Bay Times
It was a tough Sunday for Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota.

Chip Kelly: Reaction to Eagles' offensive changes 'overblown' | Tampa Bay Times
As the Bucs prepare to go to Philadelphia to face an Eagles team with a matching 4-5 record, coach Chip Kelly said Wednesday that the perception that his offense has undergone significant changes from last season is "overblown."

Bucs' Evans adept at drawing penalties on opponents | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Over the past four weeks, the Bucs' Mike Evans is second in the NFL with 488 receiving yards, and that doesn't include another area where he has helped move the chains: drawing pass interference penalties from opponents.

Bucs GM Licht's always best-dressed guy in the pool | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — If you follow Jason Licht on Twitter, it's easy to determine if the Bucs general manager is soaking up another victory.