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Aaron Rodgers concedes the write-in vote to Harambe - SBNation.com
The Packers quarterback was in no mood to contest the election results.

Kaela Carpenter's derogatory comments about Richard Sherman shouldn't be excused as a defense of her husband - SBNation.com
The history behind her words dig in wounds of black people in America.

NFL picks 2016, Week 10: Experts believe in the Panthers’ revival and Patriots’ chances against Seahawks - SBNation.com
There's not much love for the Chiefs and Seahawks in Week 10.

A Raiders-Falcons Super Bowl would solve the NFL’s ‘fun’ problem - SBNation.com
Only two teams can give soul back to the NFL.

The Vikings offense has cratered and it's everyone's fault - SBNation.com
An NFL offensive lineman explains how third downs have become emblematic of every setback the Vikings offense has suffered this year.

Buccaneers Injury Report, November 9
A look at Wednesday's injury report.

Midseason Leaders: Mike Evans
WR Mike Evans has hit the season's halfway point with the type of production that could lead to one of the greatest seasons in franchise history.

Doug Martin Back on the Practice Field
Running back Doug Martin participated in practice in a limited fashion on Wednesday, his first on-field work since a Week Two hamstring injury.

Extra Work Drives Bucs' Passing Attack
Pass-catchers Mike Evans, Cameron Brate and Adam Humphries are reaping the benefits of hard work as they develop a strong chemistry with QB Jameis Winston.

Bucs RB Martin Back Out On Practice Fields | Pewter Report
Tampa Bay Bucs running back Doug Martin was back on the practice fields at One Buc Place Wednesday afternoon. He's missed six straight games.

McCoy Is Behind-The-Scenes Coach For Young Bucs | Pewter Report
Bucs DT Gerald McCoy is a known impact football player on the field, but does many things off the field that also helps his teammates.

Evans' Play Carrying Bucs' Offense Through Eight Games | Pewter Report
Mike Evans leads the NFL in targets and touchdowns as the focal point of the Bucs' offense. Winston hopes his play will elevate the rest of the offense.

SR's Fab 5 Reaction: Lack Of Talent – Not Smith – Is Bucs' Problem On Defense | Pewter Report
Bucs fans sound off on Tampa Bay's defense, but came out defending defensive coordinator Mike Smith in this week's SR's Fab 5 Reaction.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston hasn't lost confidence
The 3-5 Bucs are "on the right path," said QB Jameis Winston, who's in unfamiliar territory with 15 losses as a starter in the NFL.

NFC South at midseason: What each team needs to do to win the division - Atlanta Falcons Blog- ESPN
Atlanta is the only team above .500 in the NFC South, but it's not a lock to win the division, with three squads within two games in the loss column.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers RB Doug Martin returns to practice - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog- ESPN
Bucs running back Doug Martin went through agility drills Wednesday,

Jameis Winston sees extra work with Mike Evans paying off - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog- ESPN
Jameis Winston and Mike Evans have put in the work to develop a chemistry that has the Buccaneers, even at 3-5, feeling hopeful for the future.

Berkeley Prep's Davis Koetter a quick study | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Davis Koetter has lived in many places, seen many spectacles and talked to many fascinating people — and he has done these things because he is the son of a famous football coach, Dirk Koetter, the current head of the Tampa Bay Bucs.

Increased production from Lavonte David and Co. a must for Bucs defense | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Look in the mirror. That's what linebacker Lavonte David and his teammates were told to do by coaches following poor defensive efforts against the Raiders and Falcons.

Doug Martin returns to Bucs practice | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — The running back tucked the ball under his arm, squeezing it close to his chest as he bounced right and then left through a series of orange cones, like a skier on a slalom course. His movements were in perfect choreography with the beat blaring from the loudspeakers on the field at One Buc Place.

For Lil’ Brod | The Players' Tribune