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Rise & Grind: The best kind of NFL free agent signings - SBNation.com
Sometimes the best moves in free agency are keeping your own players.

Bucs' Top 20 Free Agent Signings
With the NFL's latest free agency period beginning on Tuesday, we look back at the Buccaneers' most successful signings since the first unrestricted free agents hit the market in 1993.

Bucs Should Draft And Develop O-Linemen, Bypass Expensive Free Agents | Pewter Report
Drafting and development – not free agency – is the proven method for building a successful O-line, and the Bucs should avoid overpaying for mediocre OL talent.

Which way the wind blows for Tampa Bay Buccaneers at No. 1 - ESPN
Our weekly look at clues that might reveal whether the Buccaneers are leaning toward selecting Jameis Winston or Marcus Mariota -- or neither -- with the No. 1 pick in the draft

Bucs have mixed results during free agency over past 3 years | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
The Bucs have been quite active in free agency each of the past three years, with disappointing results overall. For every success story like productive wide receiver Vincent Jackson, there’s Eric Wright, Anthony Collins and Kevin Ogletree.

You be the Bucs GM: Receivers | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
For seven straight days, The Tampa Tribune and TBO.com will feature one position each day. We’ll provide analysis of the position and list the players to consider: Bucs under contract for 2015 and notable players scheduled to become free agents. So, here’s your chance, Bucs fans.

Niners GM Baalke shoots down Kaepernick trade rumor - NFL.com
Front office executives don't often waste their time shooting down reports, but late Sunday night, San Francisco 49ers general manager Trent Baalke couldn't help himself.

Every important NFL free agency rumor in one place - SBNation.com
Keep up with the latest from the NFL rumor mill.