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Daily Bucs Links: Tampa Bay gets to 53-man roster

Here's your open thread for today.

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The Onside Kick Family Hour: It's okay to be excited about Tyrod Taylor and the Bills - SBNation.com
SB Nation's NFL podcast returns with a rousing discussion of DeflateGate decision, premature hype about the Bills and their new QB, the fate of RG3, and more!

Analysis: Bucs’ 53-Man Roster (Defense/ST)
A closer look at the Bucs' defense and special teams following Saturday's roster moves.

Analysis: Bucs’ 53-Man Roster (Offense)
A closer look at the Bucs' offense following Saturday's roster moves.

Tough Cuts: Buccaneers Get to 53
Tampa Bay notably kept a pair of undrafted rookie receivers in Adam Humphries and Rannell Hall while unfortunately having to place fifth-round pick Kenny Bell on injured reserve.

Bucs Get to 53; Changes Still Likely To Come | Pewter Report
As of 4 p.m. Saturday, the Buccaneers made several more cuts to trim their roster down to the final 53 men.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers cut 20 players, stick with rookie kicker Kyle Brindza - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog - ESPN
The Bucs pared their roster to 53 but are far from having their final roster in place. They'll likely add several players who were waived elsewhere.

Bucs trim down roster to 53-man limit; waiver claims begin on Sunday | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
There’s really no such thing as a final 53-man roster in the NFL.

Bucs trust Dirk Koetter to manage offense | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — The Bucs admit they are trying to thread the needle a bit on offense this season with a risky plan. They're putting rookie QB Jameis Winston behind a mostly inexperienced or ineffective offensive line that includes rookies LT Donovan Smith and RG Ali Marpet.

Bucs cut to NFL limit, but more moves to come | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — A polite warning for any Bucs player celebrating still being around after Saturday's cuts to reach the roster limit of 53: They're not done making moves.