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Marcell Dareus agrees to new $108 million deal with Bills -
The defensive tackle is a key part of one of the league's best pass-rushing teams.

The three things every NFL locker room needs -
Increased media coverage is turning NFL locker rooms into a fish bowl. How a coach manages that goes a long way toward determining how a team plays every week.

Breaking Madden: 44 quarterbacks vs. 44 defensive ends -
Breaking Madden has returned for a third season. It missed you.

Steelers vs. Patriots: New England rolls at home in 2015 NFL opener -
The 2015 NFL season is finally upon us, beginning with the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots and Tom Brady beating Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers, 28-21 on Thursday night at Gillette Stadium.

Buccaneers 2015 Season Hype Video
Get ready for the 2015 Tampa Bay Buccaneers season.

Scouting Report: Tennessee Titans
Taking a closer look at the Bucs' opening-week opponent, which has a rookie quarterback at the helm and three key new starters on defense.

Must-Win Mentality Right Away For Bucs | Pewter Report
No team’s season is ever defined by Week 1 results but that’s the approach many Buccaneers are taking leading up to Sunday’s opener against Tennessee.

Bucs notes: Adding QB Griffin a move for the future | and The Tampa Tribune

Bucs Hot Reads: LeBeau cooking up looks for QB Winston | and The Tampa Tribune

Simply put, Bucs can’t lose this one | and The Tampa Tribune

Jon Gruden gives boost to high school programs | Tampa Bay Times
Each Monday night during the NFL season, former Bucs coach Jon Gruden comes into our living rooms as the popular, charismatic analyst on ESPN's Monday Night Football.

Though idle, injured Mike Evans still could play Sunday | Tampa Bay Times
Bucs WR Mike Evans is still down but not out for Sunday's game against the Titans.

Jacquies Smith takes advantage of Bucs break (w/ video) | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — A year ago, Jacquies Smith hadn't arrived to the Bucs.

New England Patriots predictably dominant in win over Steelers | The MMQB with Peter King
Tom Brady dominated, Rob Gronkowski was unstoppable and the opponent accused New England of subterfuge. Same song, new season for the reigning champs, who opened their title repeat quest with a 28-21 win over the Steelers. Plus a Week 1 preview, including 10 things to watch