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Philip Rivers trade dead? Titans willing to deal No. 2 NFL draft pick | The MMQB with Peter King
Three days before the 2015 draft, one thing is clear: The drama starts with the second pick. With Tampa Bay very likely to take quarterback Jameis Winston number one, Tennessee is in command with quarterback Marcus Mariota the likely target if anyone wants to come up.

Mock Draft Roundup: Final Round

The Optimal Bucs Draft Team, 1976-2014
What if you had to form an all-time Bucs squad using only players originally drafted by the franchise, and with a limited number of picks in each round?'s 2015 Ss Draft Preview + Bucs' Best Bets | Pewter Report
The Buccaneers have the need for a ballhawking safety and may select one on Day 3 in the 2015 NFL Draft. breaks down the top safeties in this draft

Tampa's Skipper's 'hooks up' Jameis Winston with crab legs | Tampa Bay Times
Jameis Winston is getting the "hook-up" again with crab legs, but this time it's legit.

2015 NFL draft position analysis: Receivers/tight ends | Tampa Bay Times
Breaking it down: Receivers/Tight ends

For Nelson Agholor, it's only a matter of when NFL calls his name | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — The middle name alone — Efamehule — would prompt a Mel Kiper monologue. Long, rangy; creates good separation from the surname.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Marcus Mariota, Jameis Winston news and rumors | FOX Sports
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers own the No. 1 pick in the 2015 NFL draft. Almost everyone agrees that they'll choose a quarterback. But who will become their face of hope? Will Florida State's Jameis Winston make the short trip south from Tallahassee to start his pro career? Or will Oregon's Marcus Mariota be the answer? Each week until the selection is announced April 30, we'll help you digest the latest news and rumors about the two quarterbacks and what the Bucs might be thinking.

Davon Walls, once kicked off Syracuse football team, is best-kept secret in 2015 NFL Draft |
A late start to football and an ugly legal incident could have ended Walls' career. Instead, he landed at his fifth college and is on the verge of getting drafted.

Rating the NFL draft prospects: Quarterbacks
The Journal Sentinel’s Bob McGinn assesses the top quarterbacks in next week’s draft. Included is each player’s height, weight, 40-yard dash time and projected round.

Greg Cosell's draft preview: Dorial Green-Beckham is a huge wild card | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: There aren't many guys like Dorial Green-Beckham, in terms of size and his ability to move. In fact, in the NFL there's only one: Calvin Johnson.