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MMBM: Jameis Winston could learn a lot from Ben Roethlisberger - SBNation.com
You're probably not prepared to handle the strong football takes and barrelfire NFL truths that you never knew your Mondays were missing.

Reviewing Chip Kelly's wild offseason moves - SBNation.com
Tim Tebow working out for the Eagles is just the latest unorthodox decision Chip Kelly's made since taking over full control of the team's roster. Matt Ufford reviews the trades & signings that have brought in DeMarco Murray, Sam Bradford, and more.

Mariota Embraces Opportunity at One Buc
Former Oregon QB Marcus Mariota visited Buccaneer headquarters on Monday as the team continues to evaluate its options for the first overall pick in this year's NFL Draft.

Pewter Report | Delivering the Bucs Latest News | A Buccaneers Blog
Pewter Report is a one-stop-shop for all things Bucs. Read the Bucs latest news and the Pewter Report Buccaneers Blog to stay current on Tampa’s home team.

Bucs Welcome Mariota to Tampa Bay For Visit | Pewter Report
Tampa Bay welcomed Marcus Mariota to town on Monday as they try and decide who will be the first pick in the upcoming NFL Draft.

Marcus Mariota says being No. 1 overall pick in NFL draft 'not a huge thing' - ESPN
Marcus Mariota may or may not be the guy that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are targeting with the first overall pick of the 2015 NFL draft, and that's just fine with the Heisman Trophy winner from Oregon.

While Mariota visits Bucs, Winston may skip draft | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota spent Monday visiting with Buccaneers coaches and team officials and touring the team’s training facility at One Buc Place.

Marcus Mariota visits Bucs, talks about NFL draft | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Marcus Mariota says he would love to play for the Bucs. So it would follow that it's important to him to become the No. 1 overall pick, right?Not necessarily, he said.