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Daily Bucs Links: A power back in the building

Here's your open thread for today.

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Corey Liuget signs multi-year extension with Chargers -
The 25-year-old defensive lineman led the team in sacks last season.

Rise 'n Grind: Let NFL quarterbacks have nice things -
Leave Cam Newton, Tony Romo and [insert non-Brady/Manning quarterback] alone!

Richard Sherman shut down Antonio Cromartie's argument like a sorry WR -
Richard Sherman thinks Antonio Cromartie needs to be more thankful.

Brown Shows Potential as Power Back
As deep as the Buccaneers appear to be in the offensive backfield, they might find a way to keep rookie back Dominique Brown if he can provide a power-running element to the attack.

Buccaneers, Ali Marpet Agree to Terms
The Bucs are ready for training camp with all seven of their 2015 draft picks under contract after Wednesday's deal with second-round G Ali Marpet.

Bucs sign second-round pick G Marpet | and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — The Buccaneers on Wednesday completed the task of signing their 2015 draft class in signing guard Ali Marpet, a second-round selection, to a four-year contract, according to Bucs general manager Jason Licht.

Kellen Winslow Jr. challenges Antonio Cromartie | Tampa Bay Times
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Miami and Florida State are at it again.

Bucs get Ali Marpet in as last draft pick to sign | Tampa Bay Times
The Bucs have agreed to terms with guard Ali Marpet on his rookie contract, bringing the last of the team's seven draft picks in the fold. Marpet, the second of the team's two second-round draft picks, played at Division III Hobart College in New York and is competing to be the team's starting right guard. He's expected to officially sign Thursday and the deal will then be officially announced. The Bucs have their final OTA session Thursday and will have a three-day mandatory minicamp next week, then breaking until they go to preseason camp, likely on July 31.

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