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Giant finger probe continues -
We've got some major updates about the most talked about finger in the NFL. And the rest of what's happening around the league on a fine Thursday morning.

NFL Supplemental Draft 2015 results: Isaiah Battle picked by Rams in 5th round -
The St. Louis Rams bid a fifth-round pick to select Clemson offensive tackle Isaiah Battle in the fifth round of the NFL Supplemental Draft.

Ken Stabler passes away at 69 -
Ken "The Snake" Stabler was a legend of Alabama and NFL football.

Fans' Favorite All-Time Bucs, No. 14 polled fans on their favorite all-time player. Here's who finished No. 14.

Fans' Favorite All-Time Bucs, No. 13 polled fans on their favorite all-time player. Here's who finished No. 13.

Mailbag: More Free Agent Signings?
A fan asks Casey Phillips and Scott Smith if they believe there will be any more free agent signings before training camp.

Bucs Critical Camp Question 23: Who Is The Camp Sleeper On Defense? | Pewter Report
Which Bucs defensive player will emerge as a real sleeper in training camp?’s Mark Cook provides the answer.

NFC South Q&A: Best way to contain big receivers? - New Orleans Saints Blog - ESPN
Is the best way to slow down big receivers with a talented secondary or with a better pass rush?

Fireworks safety in spotlight after high-profile injuries | and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — Fireworks safety – usually a dutiful reminder every Fourth of July and New Year’s Eve – has escalated into a grim hot-button issue this week after serious injuries to two NFL players with ties to Tampa.

Bucs' Pamphile helping send school supplies to Haiti | Tampa Bay Times
Both of Kevin Pamphile's parents were born in Haiti, and while the second-year Bucs offensive tackle has never been there himself, he's trying to make a difference for children in his parents' native country.

Jameis Winston sexual battery lawsuit to remain in Orlando | Tampa Bay Times
The legal battle between Bucs rookie quarterback Jameis Winston and the woman who has accused him of rape will remain in Orlando and will not be transferred to Tallahassee, U.S. District Judge Anne C. Conway ruled Thursday.

U.S. District Court judge rules civil trial against Jameis Winston will not be relocated
A lawsuit against Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston will not be moved out of Orlando, Florida, according to a ruling made by U.S. District Court Judge Anne Conway on Thursday.

Tampa Bay player loses fingers in Lincoln Co. fireworks accident - WBTV 3 News, Weather, Sports, and Traffic for Charlotte, NC
Tampa Bay Buccaneer cornerback C.J. Wilson suffered a severe hand injury on the Fourth of July.