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Daily Bucs Links: Trade bait

Here's your open thread for today.

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Tom Brady's secret weapon -
There's one thing that truly separates the Patriots quarterback from so many of his peers.

What the other 30 NFL teams would have done on 2nd-and-1 -
Seattle screwed it up, but would the rest of the league have really done any better?

Trade Bait: Bucs QB Mike Glennon | Pewter Report
In the first of a three-part series, profiles three Buccaneers that could be traded this offseason, starting with backup QB Mike Glennon.

Trade Bait: Bucs RB Doug Martin | Pewter Report
In the second of a three-part series, profiles three Buccaneers that could be traded this offseason, continuing with RB Doug Martin.

Will Tampa Bay Buccaneers make the 2015 playoffs? - ESPN
TAMPA, Fla. -- The Super Bowl is over, so there’s only one thing to do -- start looking ahead to the 2015 season.

Warren Sapp arrested, suspended by NFL Network - ESPN
Former NFL lineman and Hall of Famer Warren Sapp was arrested Monday on suspicion of soliciting a prostitute and allegedly assaulting two women, Phoenix police said.

Sapp keeps giving his haters all they want | and The Tampa Tribune
The mug shot. There are people cheering the mug shot of Warren Sapp that Phoenix police snapped several hours after the Super Bowl ended, after arresting Sapp on charges of suspicion of soliciting prostitution and allegedly assaulting two women.

NFL Mock Draft Monday: Jameis Winston edging Marcus Mariota | Tampa Bay Times
Welcome back to our second installment of Mock Draft Monday.

Details of Warren Sapp's arrest on assault and solicitation of prostitution charges - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: Guests at a downtown Phoenix hotel awoke early Monday to what they believed was an argument and physical altercation between the NFL Hall of Famer and two women.

A Head Coach Botched The End Of The Super Bowl, And It Wasn’t Pete Carroll | FiveThirtyEight
FiveThirtyEight, Nate Silver's newly launched website at ESPN, uses statistical analysis — hard numbers — to tell compelling stories about politics, science, economics, lifestyle, and sports.

Doctors Told Patriots That Wide Receiver Should Be Checked For A Concussion, But He Stayed In Game | ThinkProgress
Shortly after the hit, Edelman was still in the game and scored the go-ahead touchdown.