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Fixing the Bears begins with forgetting Marc Trestman - SBNation.com
The Bears may be closer to regaining respectability than you think. Step 1 will be exorcising their locker room demons.

Too many men on the field? NFL hires first woman ref, joins the war on masculinity - SBNation.com
Not to be sexist, but ...

We will pay an NFL team $1,000 to select its final draft pick - SBNation.com
An offer no NFL general manager could refuse.

NFL Draft Preview: Offensive Tackles
A look at this year's offensive tackle class.

Buc Great Jimmie Giles on golf, The Masters
Jimmie Giles catches up with Buccaneers.com to talk about The Masters and his love for golf.

SR's Fab 5: Barron, Goldson Were Never Right Fit; Bucs Targeting Safeties In Draft | Pewter Report
Why weren't former Bucs safeties Dashon Goldson and Mark Barron the right fit in Tampa Bay? Which safeties are the Bucs currently targeting in the draft?

David Cornwell says Jameis Winston 'not ready to be an NFL player off the field'
Attorney David Cornwell, who has advised and represented Jameis Winston, said Friday that the former Florida State QB is not ready to be an NFL player off the field -- yet.

Don't read much into Dante Fowler's visit with Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Team remains likely to select quarterback with No. 1 overall pick, but is being thorough in its evaluations.

Winston's attorney: Jameis not ready as NFL player off field | Tampa Bay Times
Jameis Winston's transition to the NFL at quarterback should be rather seamless. But adapting to the league off the field could be much more difficult.

On NFL draft, Mike Mayock carves out valuable real estate | Tampa Bay Times
GAINESVILLE — Mel Kiper was the undisputed king of televised NFL draft evaluation when the fledgling NFL Network went looking for a challenger.

Jameis Winston: 'The Most Investigated Player in NFL History' | Bleacher Report
If Jameis Winston, the likely top pick in this year's NFL draft, has ever felt like he was being followed, well, it's because he was...