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The top 300 players in the 2015 NFL Draft - SBNation.com
This year's draft doesn't feature a singularly elite player, but Southern California's Leonard Williams is close to it. Quarterbacks Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota aren't far behind.

2015 NFL preseason schedule: Exhibition football kicks off Aug. 9 - SBNation.com
Football games are coming to your television and to stadiums around the country soon.

Finding a fit for Cameron Erving in the NFL - SBNation.com
The FSU offensive lineman has experience at all five positions up front, but retired NFL defensive end Stephen White sees a player who'll be more limited at the next level.

One Buc Mailbag: Getting Impatient
This week's mailbag considers fan-submitted questions on such topics as play-calling aggressiveness, the long wait for the 2015 schedule and the possibility of drafting a return specialist.

Private Workouts: Mariota & Winston
Buccaneers.com's Casey Phillips talks with Scott Smith about the Bucs private workouts with QB prospects Marcus Mariota and Jameis Winston earlier this week.

Locking Up David Will Be "Priority" After Draft Says Licht | Pewter Report
Bucs fans who are concerned with star linebacker Lavonte David hitting the free agent market after the 2015 season need not fret.

Mel Kiper Jr., Todd McShay in agreement on Jameis Winston
Mel Kiper Jr.'s latest mock draft and Todd McShay's updated Top 32 Insider are out and the draft gurus are in agreement: Jameis Winston is No. 1.

Bucs fans at forum make it clear: They want Winston | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — If the crowd of Stadium Club members who took part Thursday in an exclusive Q&A session with coach Lovie Smith and general manager Jason Licht are any indication, Buccaneers fans can't wait to see Jameis Winston become the team's new quarterback.

Arizona State safety Damarious Randall to visit Bucs | Tampa Bay Times
The Bucs have a busy weekend of draft evaluation with at least a dozen players in Friday for the team's pre-draft workout for local prospects, and another big name due in Sunday: Arizona State safety Damarious Randall.