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Daily Bucs Links: McCown's gone

Here's your open thread for today.

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It's crazy how no one's talking about the Seahawks' second straight Super Bowl win -
A Seattle fan reflects on the team's second straight Super Bowl victory.

Browns owner claims Johnny Manizel's personal life was a mystery before draft -
Jimmy Haslam was less supportive of Josh Gordon, however.

2014 Bucs' Offensive Line Review And 2015 Preview | Pewter Report
Who performed well for the Bucs on the offensive line? Which players will be here next year and which ones might be released? Find out in this report.

Some pre-combine scouting - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog - ESPN
TAMPA, Fla. -- I’m about to make my way down to Bradenton to do a little scouting before the combine.

Bucs, Lovie make right call in correcting McCown mistake | and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — So much for the bridge to the future.

Josh Freeman experience tilts ex-Bucs GM Dominik toward Mariota | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Josh Freeman looked the part — mobile, with a big arm and supreme size at 6 feet 6 and 248 pounds — and by his second year was playing like a blossoming franchise NFL quarterback, leading the Bucs to a 10-6 record.

Bucs make good move cutting Josh McCown loose | Tampa Bay Times
If he wasn't going to be part of the solution, then keeping him was going to be a part of the problem.So cut bait. Or, in this case, cut Josh.

Bucs sack Josh McCown, clear way for new QB | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Regardless of whom the Bucs select with their No. 1 overall draft pick, they will have a new starting quarterback next season.

Other things Mike Bajakian said that had nothing to do with Mike DeBord - Vols Beat

Cosell Weighs In On Quarterback Class - Birds 24/7
Thoughts on Mariota, Hundley and more.

Greg Cosell's Film Review: Analyzing last year's rookie quarterbacks | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: The expectations for rookie quarterbacks have increased, and that's not necessarily fair.