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Dez Bryant tells Cowboys he'll skip camp, games if no long-term deal by Wednesday deadline - SBNation.com
The Cowboys have until Wednesday to sign Dez Bryant to a new contract or else he says he won't play a full season for the team.

Generate your own ridiculous NFL offseason rumor - SBNation.com
No Mike Florio, no problem. You can make your own NFL rumor with our help.

Gus Bradley is changing everything about the Jaguars. Next up: the record - SBNation.com
Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley has a 7-25 record in his two seasons at the helm, but the positive energy he has built around the franchise has fans, players and the organization convinced that big things are on the way.

Mailbag: Unique Training Equipment
A fan asks Casey Phillips and Scott Smith about the most unique and interesting piece of training equipment in the Buccaneers' gym.

Fans' Favorite All-Time Bucs, No. 10
Buccaneers.com polled fans on their favorite all-time player. Here's who finished No. 10.

Fans' Favorite All-Time Bucs, No. 9
Buccaneers.com polled fans on their favorite all-time player. Here's who finished No. 9.

NFC South Q&A: Who is division's best newcomer? - NFC South - ESPN
Bucs quarterback Jameis Winston has the edge over Saints running back C.J. Spiller and Panthers receiver Devin Funchess.

Former Bucs assistant arrested in Florida on battery charges | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
DEFUNIAK SPRINGS — Buffalo Bills offensive line coach Aaron Kromer was arrested Sunday in Florida after shoving a boy to the ground and punching him, authorities said.

C.J. Wilson of Tampa Bay Buccaneers out of hospital
Buccaneers cornerback C.J. Wilson, who lost two fingers in a fireworks accident, was released from a hospital on Friday, and he is doing well and is "in very good spirits."

5 Moves Tampa Bay Buccaneers Should Have Made This Offseason | Bleacher Report
After drafting a new franchise quarterback, rebuilding a struggling offensive line and adding depth and athleticism across the rest of the roster, it's hard to argue with most of the moves made by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers so far this offseason.