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How the Player Assessment Tool may save NFL teams from themselves - SBNation.com
The creators of the Player Assessment Tool believe it may be able to do what the Wonderlic never could -- accurately predict player success and lend some clarity to the muddy NFL Draft scouting process.

Why the NFL is better off without its players - SBNation.com
WSBN's Dan on Fire maps out how the NFL can fix its ongoing issues.

Has the NFC North narrowed the gap on the Packers? - SBNation.com
Green Bay has yet to sign an unrestricted free agent from another team this offseason, yet they still may have pulled further ahead of the Lions, Bears and Vikings.

Bucs Earning The No. 1 Pick Isn't an Easy Thing To Do | Pewter Report
The Bucs haven't had the No. 1 pick in the NFL Draft since 1987, 28 years ago, proving it isn't easy being the worst team in the NFL.

The Great Debate, Final Round

3 Things to Know about Sterling Moore
Get to know Sterling Moore, the newest Buccaneer defensive back.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers can get pass rusher in NFL draft - ESPN
Judging by the reaction of fans to the Buccaneers' decision to pull out of the Greg Hardy derby, it's time to panic.

Agent: Bucs reach out to former USF DE George Selvie | Tampa Bay Times
The Bucs, searching for free-agent help at defensive end, have reached out to former USF All-American George Selvie, according to his agent, Deryk Gilmore.

Cast off from Cowboys, Moore eager to prove himself with Bucs | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA -- Nickel defensive back Sterling Moore is the newest of three Cowboys defensive players to sign with the Bucs in free agency. He also might be the most motivated to show Dallas it made a mistake in not bringing him back.

The Onside Kick Family Hour: Chris Borland, NFL free agency and more - SBNation.com
SB Nation's NFL podcast -- featuring Stephen White, Danny Kelly and Ryan Van Bibber -- breaks down the best and worst from free agency, looks at potential rule changes and discusses Chris Borland's retirement.