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Daily Bucs Links: Suspensions everywhere

Here's your open thread for today.

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Antonio Gates suspended 4 games for violating NFL's performance-enhancing drugs policy -
The Chargers tight end will miss the first four games of the 2015 season.

Jets DL Sheldon Richardson suspended 4 games for violating substance abuse policy -
Sheldon Richardson will miss four games due to a suspension for violating the league's substance abuse policy.

Cowboys LB Rolando McClain suspended 4 games for violating substance abuse policy -
Rolando McClain will miss four games after being suspended for a violation of the league's substance abuse policy.

4 reflections on Independence Day from Gen. Andrew Luck -
With the battle far over the horizon, Gen. Andrew Luck paused to share his feelings on Independence Day.

Best Videos from the 2015 Offseason
The top videos on this offseason.

Getting to Know Russell Shepard sat down with wide receiver Russell Shepard to recap his season and get to know him off the field.

One Buc Mailbag: Optimistic Projections
This week's mailbag runs the gamut from tight end pairings to defensive awards, with another stop by Jameis Winston's potential in the middle.

Bucs Critical Camp Question 30: Toughest Offensive Battle? | Pewter Report breaks down 30 Bucs Critical Camp Questions over the next 30 days. Today's question: What is the toughest camp battle on offense?

NFC South Q&A: New Orleans Saints still imposing without Jimmy Graham? - New Orleans Saints Blog - ESPN
With Jimmy Graham gone, the Saints will rely on on others to provide most of their playmaking. Is this a sigh of relief for the rest of the NFC South?

Warren Sapp's Nevada arrest re-opens Arizona case | Tampa Bay Times
Former Bucs star and Hall of Famer Warren Sapp's arrest in Nevada on domestic violence charges has caused him to be dropped from a pre-trial diversion program in Arizona, where prosecutors have summoned him for a July 31 court date to re-open an assault charge against him.