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NFL officially seeking a temporary venue in Los Angeles for 2016 - SBNation.com
The league is investigating temporary venues for an NFL team to play in if relocation happens in 2016.

Jadeveon Clowney and 6 other rookies you forgot about who could break out in 2015 - SBNation.com
Let's fall in love with the supposed difference-makers of the 2014 NFL Draft class all over again (because they disappointed us so, so much as rookies).

Mailbag: The #3 Receiver
A fan asks Casey Phillips and Scott Smith who will be the number three wide receiver behind Vincent Jackson and Mike Evans.

SR's Fab 5: Greenberg Revolutionized Bucs' Contracts; Extensions For David, Dotson Next | Pewter Report
SR's Fab 5 is a collection of inside scoop, analysis and insight from yours truly, PewterReport.com publisher and Bucs beat writer Scott Reynolds.

NFC South Q&A: Will Jameis Winston make Bucs competitive? - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog - ESPN
NFC South reporters Vaughn McClure, David Newton and Mike Triplett discuss Jameis Winston's impact with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Alterraun Verner, Johnthan Banks only sure things at DB for Bucs - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog - ESPN
The secondary is going to be one of the most competitive areas in training camp and the preseason for Tampa Bay.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston says he will continue to be active on social media
Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston knows he will be under a microscope during his rookie season but says he is prepared for the challenges that will come with the increased spotlight.

Jameis Winston trying to 'get back skinny' in offseason - NFL.com
Jameis Winston wants to get down to his redshirt freshman year weight before Buccaneers training camp begins. Can the rookie lose eight pounds by August?

NFL salary cap jargon 101 - Buffalo Rumblings
Sometimes it seems as though a discussion of NFL contracts can be happening in a different language. Hopefully, these explanations can help simplify things, and allow for an increased understanding for fans going forward.

Phil Buchanon To NFL Rookies: "Turn Your New Money Into Permanent Money, Not Lottery Money"
Former Bucs CB Phillip Buchanon joined Sports Talk Live today to talk about speaking at the NFL Rookie Symposium and his new book "New Money: Staying Rich."