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Daily Bucs Links: Dirk Koetter's transition

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Broncos call out Tom Brady for being a 'whiner' -
The AFC Championship trash talk is starting up early with Broncos defenders taking verbal shots at Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski.

The Seahawks' season has ended, but their run isn't over yet -
There won't be another trip to the Super Bowl this year, but the Seahawks' future is still bright.

This is the unofficial document that's actually guiding NFL refs -
Rarely discussed outside of the officiating world, philosophy is as important to officiating a football game as the rulebook itself. To understand why NFL officials throw or don't throw flags, you have to understand philosophy.

The Cardinals need to go short to beat the Panthers -
The Cardinals love to throw it deep, and they will. But they need to work the underneath throws to beat the Panthers.

7 Things to Know: New Position Coaches
A few interesting facts about Jay Hayes, Jon Hoke, Mark Duffner and Nate Kaczor.

Four Assistants Added to Koetter's Staff
New Head Coach Dirk Koetter is quickly filling out his staff, beginning with four assistants announced on Tuesday: Nate Kaczor (ST), Jon Hoke (Secondary), Jay Hayes (DL) and Mark Duffner (LB).

Koetter Ready to Evolve with Transition
Dirk Koetter is well-prepared to handle the transition from offensive coordinator to head coach.

These NFL teams made the most of the 2015 Draft - ESPN Video
Mel Kiper Jr. delivers his top re-grades of the 2015 NFL Draft.

Bucs put NFL-high four players on All-Rookie Team | Tampa Bay Times
Rookies have been a major part of the Bucs' success this past season, and that continued Tuesday as Tampa Bay had a league-high four players -- QB Jameis Winston, LT Donovan Smith, RG Ali Marpet and LB Kwon Alexander -- honored on the Pro Football Writers Association's All-Rookie Team.

Playoffs set up Lavonte David, Logan Mankins for Pro Bowl | Tampa Bay Times
There's still no official word from the NFL, but the way the playoffs have unfolded, it's all but certain that Bucs linebacker Lavonte David and guard Logan Mankins, both alternates for the Pro Bowl, are now headed to Hawaii.

Former NFL receiver Antwaan Randle El regrets ever playing football - The Washington Post
Given the choice again, the former Cubs draft pick would have gone with baseball.