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2015 NFL mock draft: The big week is here -
The start of the draft is just a few days away. As he's been for the past few months, Florida State's Jameis Winston is the choice at No. 1.

MMBM: Greg Hardy and the no-good terrible, very bad week -
Greg Hardy is his own worst enemy.

Filling every team's biggest need in the NFL Draft, early and late -
Every team's biggest need won't be filled in the first round. Here's who they could be going after later in the draft.


Lavonte David Taking Over Bucs' Facebook
The linebacker will hold a Q&A with fans on Tuesday afternoon.'s 2015 Bucs' Best Bets: Offense | Pewter Report
The NFL Draft is days away and has been publishing our position draft previews and included two Bucs' Best Bets at each position.

Why I chose Jameis Winston for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers
ESPN NFL Nation reporter Pat Yasinskas picked Jameis Winston No. 1 for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the NFL Nation mock draft.

Survey: Jameis Winston has slight edge on Marcus Mariota
We assembled an eight-person panel to break down Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota in eight different categories.

Ex-Buc Derrick Brooks says time will tell on Jameis Winston | and The Tampa Tribune
Derrick Brooks is among the most trusted figures in Tampa Bay sports history, the total package, on and off the field.

Winston tees it up in Tampa charity tournament | and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston was back in Tampa on Monday, participating in former Buccaneers linebacker Derrick Brooks’ charity golf tournament at Avila Country Club

Bucs draft analysis: Receiver/Tight end | and The Tampa Tribune
The Buccaneers have eight selections, including the No. 1 overall pick, in the 2015 NFL draft to be held Thursday-Saturday in Chicago. Tampa Bay has one pick in each of the seven rounds, plus an additional pick in the seventh. In the week leading up to the draft, The Tribune will examine the team’s needs at one position per day.

Fatal Flaws | NFL Philosophy

Jameis Winston battles to change public perception, earn No. 1 draft spot - Orlando Sentinel
How did Jameis Winston battles to change public perception, putting him in position to be the No. 1 overall NFL draft pick?

Judge agrees to transfer Jameis Winston-related lawsuit against FSU | Tampa Bay Times
TALLAHASSEE — A federal judge is moving a high-profile lawsuit against Florida State University from an Orlando federal court to one in Tallahassee.

Film study with Bucs linebacker Lavonte David, 0-time Pro Bowler | Tampa Bay Times

Mock Draft Monday finale: Jameis Winston wasn't always unanimous | Tampa Bay Times
The final Mock Draft Monday is upon us, so let's take a look back to see how pundits' opinions have changed since the first installment (Jan. 26).

2015 NFL draft position analysis: Offensive line | Tampa Bay Times
Breaking it down: Offensive line

Bucs likely to beef up offensive line in draft | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — The Bucs put quarterbacks Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota through dozens of passing drills — watching them take three-, five- and seven-step drops while evaluating every branch of the route tree. But what might have been more valuable is determining which player can throw from their rear end.

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.