Mailbag: Free Agency
Scott Smith answers a fan submitted question about which position he would like to sign in free agency.
PewterReport.com's 2015 Bucs' Free Agency Preview: QBs | Pewter Report
PewterReport.com examines the Bucs' 2015 free agency plans and previews some of positions that are the biggest area of need in Tampa Bay, starting with QB.
Are Bucs selling fans on Jameis Winston? - ESPN
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers appear ready to select Jameis Winston with the top pick, but how will they make it palatable to their fan base?
Bucs meet with Jameis Winston in Tampa | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — The Buccaneers were never going to base their evaluation of Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston on the 15 minutes they were allowed to spend with him at last month’s NFL scouting combine.
You be the Bucs GM: Quarterback | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
For seven consecutive days, the Tribune and TBO.com will feature one position each day leading to the start of free agency.
Jameis Winston visits One Buc Place | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Former FSU quarterback Jameis Winston, potentially the Bucs' choice as the No. 1 pick next month in the NFL draft, spent Tuesday at One Buc Place for a one-day, face-to-face meeting with team officials.
Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota's 2015 draft prospects | The MMQB with Peter King
INDIANAPOLIS — With all due respect to pockmarked Jameis Winston, off-field landmine Dorial Green-Beckham and small-school (Hobart!) marvel Ali Marpet, Marcus Mariota has more coaches and scouts staying up nights watching video than anyone in the 2015 draft.
Ohio State's Michael Bennett will silence the haters - SBNation.com
Forget the buts, the Ohio State defensive tackle can rush the passer, and retired NFL defensive end Stephen White says that's more than enough to make him an early first-round pick in the NFL Draft.
Mocking the Draft -- A Fresh Look at the Incoming QBs - Niners Nation
The quarterback class has two big names, and then a host of other names. One NN user takes a look at the incoming quarterbacks under a different lense.