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Michael Jordan played pick-up basketball with Tom Brady, talked so much trash - SBNation.com
And called a foul!

Everyone needs to chill out about Aaron Rodgers rooting for Wisconsin - SBNation.com
People are MAD that Aaron Rodgers is rooting for Wisconsin. That is silly.

Which NFL team is going to draft Marcus Mariota? - SBNation.com
Several teams are linked to Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota. Which of them makes sense and which ones just aren't going to happen?

10 Most Significant Trades in Buc History
If the Bucs traded the #1 pick in this year's draft, it would surely be one of the most dramatic swaps in team history, but where would it rank among the trades that have had the most impact on the team?

PewterReport.com's Week In Review: All The Latest News In One Stop | Pewter Report
Get the rundown of everything that happened this week in the world of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Brandon Magee uses Bo Jackson advice with Boston Red Sox - ESPN Boston
Brandon Magee, after being released by the NFL's Buccaneers, is in the Boston Red Sox's minor league camp and keeping in mind everything Bo Jackson has told him as he tries to make the team.

The weekend in sports TV: Grand Prix coverage a perfect bay area showcase | Tampa Bay Times
Tampa Bay Times columnist Tom Jones offers up the best and worst from a weekend of televised sports.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Marcus Mariota, Jameis Winston news and rumors | FOX Sports
TheTampa Bay Buccaneersown the No. 1 pick in the 2015 NFL draft. Almost everyone agrees that they'll choose a quarterback. But who will become their face of hope? Will Florida State's Jameis Winston make the short trip south from Tallahassee to start his pro career? Or will Oregon'sMarcus Mariotabe the answer? Each week until the selection is announced April 30, we'll help you digest the latest news and rumors about the two quarterbacks and what theBucsmight be thinking.