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Shaq Thompson is headed for NFL limelight, whether he likes it or not -
Shaq Thompson doesn't care much for interviews, which can make the NFL Draft process a stressful (though still fun) time for one of the most intriguing prospects in his class.

EXCLUSIVE: Transcript of Obama's unaired remarks to the New England Patriots -
Here are the unaired remarks that weren't published from Obama's speech.

T. J. Clemmings is the nastiest offensive lineman in the NFL Draft -
T.J. Clemmings plays with a mean streak and that's a good thing, says retired NFL defensive end Stephen White.

Bucs Begin Offseason Workouts
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are back in the gym at One Buccaneer Place preparing for the 2015 season.

Mailbag: Black Jerseys
A fan asks Casey Phillips and Scott Smith about the possible appearance of black jerseys this season, as well as the likelihood of an offensive lineman trade if the Bucs are not content with the O-line after the draft.

3 Possible Roles for Bobby Rainey in 2015
How can the Buccaneers use Bobby Rainey next season?

SR's Fab 5: Searching For The Next Hester; Bucs High On Lane, Down On Herron | Pewter Report
SR's Fab 5 is a collection of inside scoop, analysis and insight from yours truly, publisher and Bucs beat writer Scott Reynolds.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers can't afford to wait on rookie QB
Buccaneers coach Lovie Smith was asked recently was if he would be comfortable starting a rookie quarterback. Smith danced around the question.

Bucs will try to buck bum first pick QB trend | and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — Forget about Jameis Winston or Marcus Mariota. Perhaps the question the Buccaneers really need to be asking themselves as the 2015 NFL draft draws near is whether they should bother spending the first overall pick on a quarterback at all.

What's at stake for Bucs in NFL draft? | Tampa Bay Times
A look at some previous quarterbacks taken No. 1 overall

When the Bucs blew it by drafting Bo Jackson | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — The Bucs were on the clock, picking No. 1 overall after a disappointing 2-14 season, and looking hard at the confident, talented Heisman winner from Bessemer, Ala., who was also a gifted baseball prospect.

Analysis: Half of first-round NFL QBs turn out to be busts | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — If months of mock draft are correct, the Bucs will begin the opening round of the NFL draft Thursday by choosing either Florida State's Jameis Winston or Oregon's Marcus Mariota with the No. 1 overall pick.

From St. Petersburg, Dante Fowler reaches for new NFL heights | Tampa Bay Times
GAINESVILLE — When he takes a moment to stop and think, it doesn't seem that long ago that Dante Fowler was playing with the Northeast Bandits youth league football team in St. Petersburg. He remembers those days fondly and says, even today, the memories flood back like yesterday.

NFL's due diligence on Greg Hardy shows what the Cowboys lacked - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: While Greg Hardy got a pass in the court of law, the NFL found in its own investigation that the Cowboys defensive lineman used physical force against Nicole Holder in at least four instances.

Examining a trade for Marcus Mariota ... after the Titans draft the QB at No. 2 -
Marcus Mariota is getting drafted No. 2, and it may be by the Titans, but it doesn't mean he'll be playing in Tennessee. Here's why.

Jameis Winston's biggest red flag in the NFL draft - Tomahawk Nation
Jameis Winston's interceptions only serve to distract NFL teams from his biggest red flag.