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Trading for Adrian Peterson is a risky proposition for any team - SBNation.com
Teams interested in trading for Adrian Peterson should exercise caution because there are plenty of red flags.

Jordan Phillips is a big dude, and the NFL needs big dudes - SBNation.com
Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White puts Oklahoma nose tackle Jordan Phillips under the microscope ahead of the draft.

Clearing up the misconceptions about Marcus Mariota - SBNation.com
The Oregon offense may have made things easier for the Heisman Trophy winner, but he has the skills to be an NFL success.

Bucs Draft Breakdown: 3rd Round
Buccaneers.com's TJ Rives and former 1st round draft pick Anthony Becht breakdown the Buccaneers 2015 NFL Draft needs round-by-round, focusing on Defensive Line prospects that could be available in the 3rd round.

Mailbag: Lavonte David's Contract
A fan asks Casey Phillips and Scott Smith about the details of LB Lavonte David's contract and when fans can expect to see an extension.

Info Guide: Buccaneers' 2015 Schedule
Everything you need to know about the Buccaneers' 2015 opponents.

Bucs' 2015 Schedule Analysis: 7-9 Record Is Possible | Pewter Report
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ 2015 schedule is out and the team seems poised for a bounce-back year after a disappointing 2-14 record a year ago.

PewterReport.com's 2015 DEs Draft Preview + Bucs' Best Bets | Pewter Report
Who are the best DEs coming out in this year's NFL Draft? Who could the Bucs have an interest in? Find out in this draft preview from PewterReport.com.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Lovie Smith agrees with Jameis Winston's lawyer
Bucs coach Lovie Smith didn't dispute David Cornwell's comments about all draft prospects being unprepared for life in the NFL.

Opposing view: Tampa Bay Buccaneers headed for 0-16
If you go by what the other NFL Nation reporters think, the Bucs are headed for an 0-16 season.

Winston says crab legs were given to him, not stolen | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — A little more than a year ago, then-Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston was issued a civil citation in Tallahassee for shoplifting $32.72 worth of crab legs from a Publix.

Fire and Ice: Winston, Mariota quite different on, off field | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
Next Thursday night, the Bucs almost certainly will select a Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback with the NFL draft’s No. 1 overall pick, a college football superstar with magnificent playing ability.

2015 NFL draft position analysis: Linebackers | Tampa Bay Times
Who the Bucs haveLavonte David, WLB (6-1, 233): Perhaps the best 4-3 linebacker in the league, and he's now in line for a lucrative extension as a would-be 2016 free agent.

Jameis Winston: Publix gave me free food | Tampa Bay Times
Former Florida State star quarterback Jameis Winston said he received free food from Publix, which led to his shoplifting citation last year and could be a violation of NCAA rules.

GM says NFL investigators verified Jameis Winston crab leg story
One NFL general manager was asked his thoughts on the contention by Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher that Jameis Winston’s crab leg escapade was an isolated incident. His response was anger. Almost rage. Not at Winston but at Fisher. Let me explain.

Lawrence Tynes, the Bucs and who’s to blame when MRSA strikes the NFL | The MMQB with Peter King
Once, Lawrence Tynes was a special figure in pro football, a great kicker with star power to boot. His knack for converting in the clutch—specifically in the NFC title game, where he kicked overtime game-winning field goals for the New York Giants in the 2007 and 2011 seasons—made him so.