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Terrelle Pryor switching to wide receiver following release from Bengals -
Terrelle Pryor is finally switching to wideout in what may be his last chance to remain an NFL player.

Rise 'n Grind: The Bengals are very sensitive -
Hue Jackson has had enough of your jokes. Meanwhile, Dean Spanos is sewing the seeds of dysfunction among California municipalities.

The Packers' next superstar receiver -
You're going to hear plenty about Green Bay wide receiver Devante Adams during the 2015 NFL season. Danny Kelly breaks down the budding star.

Bucs Cap Mini-Camp With Team Bonding
The Buccaneers hit the bowling lanes on Thursday to finish up their mandatory mini-camp.

Mike Evans Works Out with Randy Moss
How did Mike Evans find himself working one-on-one with one of the greatest wide receivers in NFL history?

Casey Phillips with Jameis Winston
Jameis Winston spoke with Casey Phillips during the team's surprise bowling outing.

Bucs McCoy Has Words Of Wisdom For Winston | Pewter Report
Gerald McCoy told the media on Wednesday he has spoken to Bucs QB Jameis Winston and offered up some advice.

Bucs Notes: Day of bowling gives players time to bond | and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — Two-minute drills and oppressive heat gave way to strikes and spares in cool comfort Thursday as Buccaneers coach Lovie Smith surprised players by canceling the final session of a three-day mandatory minicamp.

Bucs DE Smith ready to set down roots | and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — With a pretty good degree of accuracy, Buccaneers general manager Jason Licht can tell you who will and who won’t make a particular NFL team long before that team even begins playing preseason games.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers rookie Kwon Alexander playing middle linebacker - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog - ESPN
First-year player being asked to make calls, learn scheme quickly because coaching staff has major role in mind for LSU product.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers go bowling, get visit from shaved ice truck - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog - ESPN
With temperatures in the 90s during the first two days of minicamp, coach Lovie Smith canceled the final practice in favor of some fun.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Lovie Smith playing it right with Jameis Winston - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog - ESPN
Why did Lovie Smith have Jameis Winston and third-year pro Mike Glennon sharing the first-team snaps during OTAs and minicamp?

Bucs go bowling on last day of minicamp | Tampa Bay Times
Thursday had been scheduled as the third and final day of mandatory minicamp for the Bucs, but coach Lovie Smith opted to cancel those workouts and take the players for an "off-site team activity" — bowling as a sendoff before training camp starts in six weeks.

Bucs' Vincent Jackson puts down firm roots in Tampa | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPAVincent Jackson makes his living with his hands as one of the NFL's top receivers. But he wasn't afraid to put those large mitts to work dipping paint brushes and driving nails into walls with a hammer hours before the double doors swung open last week for a VIP event at his upscale restaurant, Cask Social, in South Tampa.

Where the Bucs are lining up, minicamp edition | Tampa Bay Times
The Bucs have canceled the third and final practice of their mandatory minicamp, opting for an "offsite team activity," which looks like some mandatory ... bowling.

For Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the second Summer of Lovie Smith feels hotter than the first | FOX Sports
"We are right on track," Lovie Smith, coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers said Tuesday. Believe it when you see it, this second Summer of Lovie has a much different feel than the first.