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Another sign that Peyton Manning is retiring - SBNation.com
It's getting pretty obvious what The Sheriff plans to do next season.

The Saints have big decisions to make on Drew Brees' contract - SBNation.com
More than $10 million of Brees' $19.75 million base salary for 2016 kicked in Wednesday, but the Saints could still try to cut down his $30 million salary cap hit.

Who will win the next Super Bowl? Don't bet on the Carolina Panthers - SBNation.com
History shows the Super Bowl hangover for losing teams is a real thing for the past 43 years.

The Broncos won the Super Bowl because Wade Phillips took a chance on his players - SBNation.com
Denver's defensive coordinator took a huge risk with his defensive play calling, but it apparently worked out fine, just like retired NFL defensive end Stephen White said it would.

Buccaneers' Unsung Heroes in 2015
Beyond the obvious heroics of players like Jameis Winston and Doug Martin, there were some lesser-known Buccaneers who made names for themselves last season, including TE Cameron Brate.

3 Positions Bucs Could Target in First Round
Which positions could the Buccaneers be targeting with the No. 9 pick in this year's draft?

Bucs Mock Draft Roundup: National and Local Writers Make Their Picks | Pewter Report
While the NFL Draft is still two months away, that still hasn’t prevented Bucs fans from speculating, questions and discussing who they would like to see their favorite team take coming up in late April.

Pro sports teams plan interactive experiences for Tampa fans | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — Imagine a smart phone app that senses when you’re close to the ballpark or football stadium turnstile and brings up your admission ticket on the screen.

What it's like to get cut in the NFL
From surprise phone calls to running 40s at the local park, seven-year vet Matt Bowen details what this time of year is like for NFL veterans who get cut loose.