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Daily Bucs Links: Kaelin Clay has to win the job

Here's your open thread for today.

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NFLPA files to hold Roger Goodell and NFL in contempt of court over Adrian Peterson suspension -
The NFL Players Association isn't over the Roger Goodell's handling of Adrian Peterson's suspension quite yet.

Seahawks' GM congratulates Ryan Tannehill's agent for costing his team money -
At least he has a sense of humor about it.

Rotational Role Ideal for George Johnson
Fourth-year DE George Johnson may see more snaps with the Bucs in 2015 than he got in his breakout season with Detroit, but he'll still benefit from a committee approach to getting to the QB.

Mailbag: Marpet's Competition
Casey Phillips and Scott Smith answer a fan-submitted question about who will be the biggest competition for rookie OL Ali Marpet.

Everything you need to know about Roger Goodell and Robert Kraft's hug -
The NFL commissioner and Patriots owner held each other. Was it tender? And if so, what would that mean?

NFL approves rule changes to extra point -
The NFL approved rule changes to the way extra points and two-point conversions are handled at owners meetings on Tuesday.

Bucs Still Figuring Out Defensive End Situation; Smith And Johnson Likely Starters | Pewter Report
Without any real, proven star at defensive end, it's safe to say that there's some uncertainty surrounding the position for the Buccaneers.

Kaelin Clay will have to win return job with Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Receiver selected in the sixth round will have inside track, but must fend off several other players who also have return experience.

Atlanta, Miami, New Orleans, Tampa in bidding for 2019, 2020 Super Bowls
Atlanta, Miami, New Orleans and Tampa will be in the bidding to host the 2019 and 2020 Super Bowls, the NFL confirmed Tuesday night.

Kaelin Clay will have competition at returner | Tampa Bay Times
When the Bucs drafted Utah's Kaelin Clay in the sixth round, general manager Jason Licht said the team's returner job would be Clay's to lose.

Reports: Former NFL linebacker Adrian Robinson committed suicide by hanging - The Washington Post
The Temple standout, who played for the Steelers, Broncos, Chargers and Redskins, was 25 years old.

Deflategate, Roaring '20s Style: New England's 1st Controversial NFL Champions | Bleacher Report
An NFL champion headquartered in Providence, Rhode Island? Sounds ridiculous…until you look at a map.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers notes: Defense jelling in second season together | FOX Sports
Now that returning defensive players have one year within the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' scheme behind them, coordinator Leslie Frazier sees more comfort among many than a year ago.