The Onside Kick Family Hour: Why are the Titans being so dumb? - SBNation.com
This week: Stephen White, Danny Kelly and Ryan Van Bibber break down the $258 million worth of NFL contracts and how they impact the NFL landscape. We also dive deep into the Titans/Marcus Mariota fuss and find a really dumb team.
Russell Wilson and the Seahawks have less than 2 weeks to get a deal done - SBNation.com
Sure, it's a soft deadline, but it looks more and more like we'll have to wait until 2016 to see what happens between Wilson and the Seahawks. Plus, lots more cool NFL content for a hot July day.
The NFL's grittiest offensive role players - SBNation.com
They don't get the glory or even all that many snaps, but they're indispensable to building a winning team. Danny Kelly finally gives the role players their due.
Fans' Favorite All-Time Bucs, No. 1
Buccaneers.com polled fans on their favorite all-time player. Here's who finished No. 1.
Mailbag: Alexander as a Safety?
A fan asks Casey Phillips and Scott Smith if the Bucs might move rookie linebacker Kwon Alexander to the strong safety position.
Fans' Top 20 Players in Bucs History
The fans voted for their favorite players in Buccaneers history. Here's who finished in the top 20.
Bucs Critical Camp Question 16: Who Will Start at DEs? | Pewter Report
During the late 1990s and early 2000s, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were able to generate a great deal of success employing the Tampa 2 defense.
NFC South Q&A: Who will reach the playoffs? - NFC South - ESPN
Strong cases can be made for the defending champion Panthers as well as the offensively gifted Saints and Falcons.
Bucs help All Children’s Hospital’s work on brain health | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are making a $375,000 commitment to All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine, with a primary focus on physician training in brain health. It is the Bucs’ largest gift in their charitable partnership with the hospital.
Falcons opponent profiles: How to attack the Tampa Bay Buccaneers - The Falcoholic
Preying on the weaknesses of a division rival in order to achieve success in the year ahead.