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Cam Newton's $100 million deal: Structure, rank, and implications, explained -
Cam Newton is joining the elite club of $100 million quarterbacks, but how does this deal pan out for both him and the Panthers?

Bills vs. Jaguars in London will stream live on Yahoo -
The Buffalo Bills and Jacksonville Jaguars will play in a Week 7 game that is only available on Yahoo.

LeSean McCoy stands by Chip Kelly racism accusation, then calls him a 'genius' -
LeSean McCoy did not try to shy away from comments accusing Chip Kelly of getting rid of "all the good black players" from the Eagles, yet he made it abundantly clear that he still respects his former head coach's football acumen.

This is how the Patriots dynasty will crumble -
If DeflateGate signaled the Patriots' end of days, this is what the dynasty's death throes might look like.

3 Questions for Thursday's OTAs
A few things to think about leading up to the Bucs' second open OTA.

Lavonte David Repeats in Top 100
The Buccaneers have their second entry in NFL Network's Top 100 Players of 2015, as Lavonte David makes the list for the second year in a row, coming in at #56.

Top 100 Players: Lavonte David
Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebacker Lavonte David is voted the 56th-best player in the NFL by his peers on the "Top 100 Players of 2015".

Tampa Bay Buccaneers have strong competition at cornerback
If there's one position battle that could be the most competitive for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, it could be at cornerback.

Derrick Brooks up for College Football Hall of Fame
Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebacker Derrick Brooks made the Pro Football Hall of Fame the first time he appeared on the ballot.

Mariota, Winston top NFL jersey sales for May | and The Tampa Tribune
Marcus Mariota and Jameis Winston were 1-2 in NFL jersey sales during the first month of their pro careers.

Bucs' Spence finishes pre-trial program; charges dropped | Tampa Bay Times
Bucs defensive tackle Akeem Spence has completed the requirements of a pre-trial diversion program and drug-related charges relating to a January 2014 arrest in Alabama have been dropped by prosecutors.