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Jared Allen announced his retirement by actually riding off on a horse - SBNation.com
He tries to ride off into the sunset, but there's no sunset.

The Browns will pay an actual dog before they'll pay former stars - SBNation.com
Alumni relations in Cleveland are not well, despite a new Jim Brown statue going up this year.

4 quarterbacks who could shape the NFL offseason - SBNation.com
Which quarterbacks will be playing for a new team in 2016?

Free Agency Focus: Wide Receivers
As we continue our position-by-position look at potential free agent targets, we look at a wide receiver position that should see plenty of team-to-team movement this spring.

Jeremiah: Bucs Have NFL's Best Young Roster
NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah thinks the Buccaneers have the best young roster in the league.

Bucs Have Some Interest In Re-Signing FS Conte | Pewter Report
The Buccaneers will not only be talking to Doug Martin’s agent, David Dunn, about a contract extension before the running back hits free agency, but will also speak with the agent for free safety Chris Conte, who signed a one-year deal worth $1.5 million with Tampa Bay last spring, about a possible extension.

Pre-free agency, Bucs bring in CB Brice McCain for visit | Tampa Bay Times
Cornerback could be a dynamic position for the Bucs this offseason, with Sterling Moore and Mike Jenkins as free agents and Johnthan Banks, Alterraun Verner and Jude Adjei-Barimah unsure of their roles moving forward with a new coach and new defensive coordinator.

Florida State wrestled with Title IX interpretation in Jameis Winston case | Tampa Bay Times
As schools nationally deal with evolving Title IX guidelines, newly obtained documents show how Florida State University struggled to interpret them in the Jameis Winston case.

How $1 billion in cap space could alter NFL free agency - NFL Nation- ESPN
The NFL salary cap continues to rise, which is good news for second- and third-tier free agents, who probably will be overpaid.