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Cam Newton is still being targeted by NFL pejoratives, for some reason - Cat Scratch Reader
When will the madness stop?

You can finally get on a party ship to the Bahamas with Rob Gronkowski - SBNation.com
Bro, do you even sail to the Bahamas with a famous tight end and his family and friends?

Saints, Eagles among NFL teams that remodeled their backfields this offseason - SBNation.com
Running back-by-committee is a popular trend in the NFL, and several teams dipped into free agency to find complements for their starters.

Tony Romo's fantasy football event was canceled because the NFL is vindictive and boring - SBNation.com
The NFL proved, once again, that it has a terrible sense of fun, if not a willful lack of care about its fans.

2015 Cut For A Cure
Watch as Jameis Winston, Gerald McCoy, and others join this year's Cut For A Cure.

Cut for a Cure at One Buc Place
Buccaneers players and staff participated in the Cut for a Cure Charity Challenge to benefit the Pediatric Cancer Foundation.

Bucs Claim Veteran Punter Lanning
Tampa Bay's advantageous waiver-wire position allowed them to grab former Browns punter Spencer Lanning, who should provide good competition for incumbent Michael Koenen.

Bucs Help Raise $30,000 For Pediatric Cancer Research; McCoy Adds $10K | Pewter Report
The Bucs helped raise $30,000 for pediatric cancer research on Tuesday.

Dotson Prepared To Hold Out Until New Deal Is Reached With Bucs | Pewter Report
Sources tell PewterReport.com that Tampa Bay RT Demar Dotson will hold out of mini-camp and possibly training camp until he gets a new deal from the Buccaneers.

With Dirk Koetter, Tampa Bay Buccaneers' offense will be more up tempo - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog - ESPN
Last season, we heard a lot about the Buccaneers going with an up-tempo offense. But we never saw it. This season, we will.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston cuts hair to benefit pediatric cancer research
Jameis Winston joined 12 other Tampa Bay Buccaneers in shaving their heads in the team auditorium Tuesday.

Winston among 13 Bucs to get heads shaved for charity | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
Bucs quarterback Jameis Winston has faced a lot of adversity in his young life but nothing like the adversity that 6-year-old Joshua Fisher has faced.

Live blog: Bucs shave their heads for charity

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are shaving their heads as part of the effort to benefit Pediatric Cancer Awareness. Visit pcfcutforacure.org for additional information.

2015 Projected Starters - Atlanta Falcons - Today's Pigskin

Despite finishing 6-10, the Atlanta Falcons finished just one game shy of the playoffs in 2014. Here is their projected starting lineup for 2015.