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Daily Bucs Links: Chip Kelly fired

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Chip Kelly was fired and Twitter knew before Eagles players did -
How can a team do that?

Two big reasons why the Philadelphia Eagles released Chip Kelly - Bleeding Green Nation
And now the truth comes out.

Ending the Panthers' undefeated season gave the Falcons a jump start on 2016 -
Just two short weeks after being humiliated by the Panthers, the Falcons handed Carolina their first loss of the season. What changed for Atlanta?

Jay Gruden has Washington thinking differently -
It's been a bumpy ride, but Jay Gruden's plan is paying dividends.

Rams DE William Hayes dragged the Seahawks back to Earth -
Someone forgot to tell Williams Hayes and the Rams defense that their team had nothing left to play for this season. They ended up beating the hottest team in the NFL thanks to a Hoss-worthy performance from the veteran defensive end.

Eagles fire head coach Chip Kelly in midst of losing season -
The Eagles were eliminated from the playoffs after going 6-9 in Chip Kelly's third season.

Casey's Corner: Celebrity Parents
Casey Phillips asks some of the Buccaneers which two celebrities would they pick to be their parents.

Week 16 Recap from the NFC South
News from around the Bucs' division, where the Panthers have finally tasted defeat and the other three South teams are trying to finish their seasons strong.

Bucs Total Access: QB Jameis Winston
QB Jameis Winston joined the Buccaneers Radio Network's TJ Rives for this Tuesday edition of Bucs Total Access.

Defensive Game Grades: Buccaneers vs. Bears | Pewter Report
Sunday was a tale of inconsistency for the Buccaneers defense.

Offensive Unit Game Grades: Buccaneers vs. Bears | Pewter Report
The late season swoon from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers continued on Sunday as the Bears left town with a 26-21 win at Raymond James Stadium.

Vote: Who will win the NFL rushing title?
Adrian Peterson (1,418 yards) has a 64-yard lead on Tampa Bay Buccaneers back Doug Martin (1,354 yards) heading into Week 17.

Lookahead: Bucs vs. Panthers | and The Tampa Tribune
Coming off a third consecutive setback, the Bucs look to finish 2015 season at 7-9 Sunday by upsetting the Panthers on the road in a matchup pushed back to a late-afternoon start.

Bucs’ Winston faces stiff competition for Offensive Rookie of Year | and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — If Bucs quarterback Jameis Winston is named the NFL’s Offensive Rookie of the Year, he’ll have to beat out one of the most impressive first-year classes in recent memory.