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Fred Smoot uses Reddit AMA to explain new sex phrases, what your mom did to him - SBNation.com
Alright then.

This is your yearly Brett Favre can still play in the NFL rumor - SBNation.com
Admit it, you'd kind of like to see the Ol' Gunslinger lace 'em up one last time.

The Seahawks need Russell Wilson more than he needs them - SBNation.com
What would happen if the Seahawks really did let their superstar quarterback become a free agent instead of paying him whatever he wants?

Getting to Know Demar Dotson
Buccaneers.com sat down for a Q&A with offensive tackle Demar Dotson.

Bucs Cooking Class at Art Institute
The Bucs rookies took part in a cooking class at the Art Institute of Tampa this offseason.

The "State" of the Buccaneers Roster
Andrew Norton and Scott Smith drafted Buc players by hometown to see which states would have bragging rights.

NFC South Q&A: Are Carolina Panthers' receivers on the rise? - Carolina Panthers Blog - ESPN
Reporters discuss whether the additions of Devin Funchess and Ted Ginn improve Carolina's division ranking at the position.

TSA: Ray-Jay stadium upgrade talks going 'quite well' | Tampa Bay Times
Ongoing negotiations to finalize a package of facility upgrades next year for Raymond James Stadium are "progressing quite well," the Tampa Sports Authority's Bobby Silvest said Monday.

Jameis Winston surprises young fan with signed ball | Tampa Bay Times
Bucs rookie quarterback Jameis Winston has been busy trying to win over fans this spring, and that apparently is the case even when he's far from his new community in Tampa.

Banned, but Bountiful: Marijuana Coveted by NFL Players as Invaluable Painkiller | Bleacher Report
Jamal Anderson was a talented NFL running back with a bruising style who rushed for over 5,000 yards while playing for the Atlanta Falcons. It was a more physical league during Anderson's time, and he retired in 2001 after an eight-year playing career.