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Daily Bucs Links: The draft is over

Here's your open thread for today.

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Rise 'n Grind: What happens after the NFL Draft? -
How are we supposed to go on now?

Draft Review: The Start of Something New
While the Buccaneers' 2015 draft will obviously be defined by the #1-overall selection of a potential franchise quarterback, the entire three-day process could produce a handful of valuable starters.

Four Post-Draft Questions
The draft neatly divides the NFL's offseason into two halves, and now that it's over it's time to look at some of the issues that will define the rest of the run-up to the regular season.

New names join growing list for Bucs rookie minicamp | Tampa Bay Times
The Bucs haven't released an official list of the undrafted rookie free agents they've signed, but one by one, we've pieced together quite a few names -- 30 and growing -- expected in for the rookie minicamp at One Buc Place starting Friday.

Lesser-known players get chance at Bucs minicamp | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — The Bucs' rookie minicamp next weekend will have players who run the gamut, from the draft's No. 1 overall pick, former FSU quarterback Jameis Winston, to nearly anonymous small-school players on tryout contracts hoping to land deals as undrafted rookie free agents.

Jameis Winston is Tampa Bay Buccaneers' No. 1 hope; NFL draft notes | The MMQB with Peter King
TAMPA, Fla. — Get off the plane here Friday afternoon, and go to the newsstand to see what the local papers have to say about what Bucs general manager Jason Licht said was probably the most important draft pick in the history of the franchise.

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2016 NFL mock draft: Ohio State taking over -
This year's draft just ended, so what better time to take a sneak peek to next year?