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Quarterback guru George Whitfield explains why he chases QBs with brooms - SBNation.com
George Whitfield Jr. heard the criticism about Jameis Winston's pro day. He isn't mad, but he thinks you should know the method to his madness.

The Onside Kick Family Hour: Jameis Winston, Marcus Mariota trade and a visit from PFT Commenter - SBNation.com
This week: Jameis Winston's pro day, trading for Mariota and hot takes from PFT Commenter.

Let NFL players smoke weed - SBNation.com
The time has come for the NFL to look the other way when it comes to its players smoking marijuana. Matt Ufford explains why the current system is antiquated and calls on Roger Goodell to make things right (for once).

Mailbag: Who will improve?
A fan asked Casey Phillips and Scott Smith which player will improve the most in 2015: Danny Lansanah, Jacquies Smith, or Austin Seferian-Jenkins.

Hitting the Draft Sweet Spot
The Buccaneers could soon pick first overall in the NFL Draft for the fifth time in franchise history, but is that the spot that has returned the most value for the team throughout the years?

Winston Says He Would Be Hurt If Bucs Didn't Draft Him | Pewter Report
NFL Network debuted the "Game Changers" series with former NFL coach and current analyst Steve Mariucci working with QB Jameis Winston.

NFL.com | Marcus Mariota 360
Daniel Jeremiah conducts a scouting report of Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota, analyzing Mariota's college tape and taking a look at his early-football career.

Expert opinion on Buccaneers' draft decision at No. 1: Matt Williamson - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog - ESPN
Many fans believe the Bucs are choosing between QBs Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota with the draft's first pick. But one expert says it's no contest.

Winston shows Bucs improvements in passing motion | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — One of the things coaches and scouts look for the most at a pro day workout is whether a prospect has made any progress toward correcting some of the flaws previously detected in his game.

Kurt Warner: No question Jameis Winston is top quarterback prospect | Tampa Bay Times