Would you rather draft Todd Gurley or Melvin Gordon? - SBNation.com
The 2015 NFL Draft features two very good running backs, probable first-round picks. But which one has the edge?
Real in the Field Gulls: Phil Savage breaks down the NFL Draft scouting process and the rigors of running an NFL team - Field Gulls
Hear from the Director of the Senior Bowl and former NFL GM, Scouting Director, and Director of Player Personnel on how teams achieve success in the NFL Draft.
This Week in the NFC South, April 19
What were the Bucs' division rivals up to this week?
PewterReport.com's 2015 TEs Draft Preview + Bucs' Best Bets | Pewter Report
The Bucs have much bigger needs than TE as the draft approaches, but there's still a chance they could draft one to compete with Seferian-Jenkins.
Glazers looking out for No. 1, very involved in Bucs’ pick | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — They’re involved. Very involved. Don’t think for a moment that they’re not.
Bucs Beat: McCoy turns up heat on offseason training | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
There’s not much a player like Tampa Bay Buccaneers DT Gerald McCoy can do to prevent the broken hand that cost him one game and limited him in others early last season.
Lawsuit against Jameis Winston doesn't surprise Bucs | Tampa Bay Times
There never has been a player entering the NFL draft more thoroughly investigated by the Bucs than Jameis Winston.
Bucs used St. Attorney's office to background check Winston | Tampa Bay Times
The Bucs exhaustive background check of Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston included discussions with Georgia Cappleman, the assistant state's attorney for Leon County, the Times confirmed.
Buccaneers spoke to district attorney as part of Winston research | ProFootballTalk
During Friday's Outside the Lines on ESPN, Bob Ley said that William Meggs, the local district attorney in Tallahassee, claimed that he has not been contacted by the NFL or any team. According to a Buccaneers source, however, that information isn't accurate.
The Jameis Winston Rape Lawsuit Has Some Damaging New Information | VICE Sports
The lawsuit filed by Erica Kinsman, Jameis Winston's accuser, contains two new bits of information that could prove damaging to Winston in court.