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Rise 'n Grind: The most boring coaches in the NFL - SBNation.com
Some of the worst teams took the fewest chances in 2014. WHY?

2015 NFL mock draft: Options for every team after free agency - SBNation.com
What happens to teams when the player they covet in the first round unexpectedly gets taken before their pick? They have to have a backup. That's what this week's scenario spotlights.

MMBM: Marcus Mariota's draft dodging makes him a modern day Jane Fonda - SBNation.com
Your probably not prepared to handle the strong football takes and barrelfire NFL truths that you never knew your Mondays were missing.

Buccaneers Mock Draft Roundup 9.0

Data Crunch: 2015 QB Prospects
Marcus Mariota and Jameis Winston both have a strong statistical case for being the first quarterback (and player) taken in the 2015 NFL Draft.

Should Tampa Bay Buccaneers draft Marcus Mariota or Jameis Winston with No. 1 pick? - NFL
Insider's NFL Front Office takes over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, deciding on whether to draft Marcus Mariota or Jameis Winston with the No. 1 pick in the 2015 NFL draft.

Lawrence Tynes sues Tampa Bay Buccaneers, claiming MRSA infection ended career
Lawrence Tynes has sued the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, claiming that unsanitary conditions at the team's facility led to him contracting MRSA, which subsequently ended his NFL career.

Former kicker Tynes sues Bucs for $20 million over MRSA infection | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — Kicker Lawrence Tynes is suing the Buccaneers for $20 million for creating the "unsanitary conditions" that allowed him to contract the MRSA infection that eventually ended his career

Mock Draft Monday: Jameis Winston is unanimous at No. 1 (again) | Tampa Bay Times

Lawrence Tynes sues Bucs for $20 million for MRSA infection | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Former kicker Lawrence Tynes filed a lawsuit against the Bucs claiming former Tampa Bay trainer Todd Toriscelli was the source of the MRSA infection that ended his NFL career in 2013.