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Brent Grimes signs 2-year, $16.5 million deal with Buccaneers, per report - SBNation.com
The 32-year-old found a new home after three seasons in Miami.

A very serious discussion recapping NFL free agency - SBNation.com
We request a few minutes of your time to discuss the matter of free agency.

Winners and losers from Day 2 of NFL free agency - SBNation.com
The Raiders have made a huge splash in free agency.

NFL teams are banking on free agent running backs again - SBNation.com
There haven't been any contracts as massive as the one DeMarco Murray signed last spring, but teams are surprisingly interested in veteran running backs on the free agent market this year.

It sounds funny, but Mark Sanchez is probably better for the Broncos than 2015 Peyton Manning - SBNation.com
Hiring the Butt Fumble Man is not necessarily the death knell for Denver.

Browns release Johnny Manziel after 2 tumultuous seasons - SBNation.com
Cleveland used a first-round pick on the Heisman-winning quarterback in 2014, but has decided to part ways with Manziel.

Compensatory Picks Set Final Draft Order
The Buccaneers did not receive any of this year's 33 compensatory draft picks but they did learn the exact placement of all seven of their selections on Friday.

Buccaneers Agree to Terms with Brent Grimes
The four-time Pro Bowl cornerback is heading to Tampa Bay.

Buccaneers Agree to Terms with Robert Ayers
The Buccaneers turned their focus to defense on the third day of free agency and landed one of the top sack artists available in former Giants DE Robert Ayers.

5 Things to Know About Brent Grimes
A few interesting notes about the Buccaneers' new cornerback.

5 Things to Know About Robert Ayers
A few interesting notes about the Buccaneers' new defensive end.

SR’s Fab 5: Inside Bucs Free Agency; Sweezy An Enforcer At Guard | Pewter Report
PewterReport.com takes you inside Bucs free agency where the team re-signed RB Doug Martin, added an enforcer at LG J.R. Sweezy in SR's Fab 5.

Bucs Sign 4-Time Pro Bowl CB Grimes To 2-Year, $16.5 Million Deal | Pewter Report
The Buccaneers bolstered their secondary with the signing of 4-time Pro Bowl CB Brent Grimes.

Bucs Bolster Pass Rush, Sign DE Ayers To 3-Year, $19.5-Million Deal | Pewter Report
The Bucs signed former Giants DE Robert Ayers to a three-year deal worth $19.5 million. The deal could max out at $21 million.

Brent Grimes can bring stability to Buccaneers' struggling secondary - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog- ESPN
The Pro Bowl player should win a starting spot and at the very least bring some stability to a revolving-door group of cornerbacks.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers, DE Robert Ayers agree to three-year deal
Defensive end Robert Ayers, who had 9.5 sacks for the Giants last season, has agreed to a three-year deal with the Buccaneers, the team announced.

Robert Ayers signing caps Buccaneers' solid start to free agency - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog- ESPN
It wasn't a splashy move, but Tampa Bay signing Robert Ayers could give the Buccaneers' defense a big boost in 2016.

Bucs agree to terms with DE Ayers, CB Grimes | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
After watching opposing quarterbacks complete a whopping 70 percent of their passes last year, Buccaneers general manager Jason Licht shored up the front and back ends of what was arguably Tampa Bay’s greatest weakness.

As Bucs sign CB Grimes, wife rips Dolphins | Tampa Bay Times
The Bucs made a major signing Friday with the addition of former Dolphins cornerback Brent Grimes, but their fans learned quickly that with Grimes comes his outspoken wife Miko, who pulled no punches in ripping her husband's former team.

Bucs agree to terms with Dolphins CB Grimes | Tampa Bay Times
The Bucs finally addressed a need on defense, signing Dolphins free agent cornerback Brent Grimes to a two-year deal worth $13.5-million.

Bucs add defense with Robert Ayers, Brent Grimes | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — The Bucs can enter the draft next month having addressed their two biggest needs on defense: a pass-rushing end and a ball-hawking defensive back.

Free agency notes: Making sense of a Broncos-Kaepernick marriage - CBSSports.com
Let's break down the Broncos' quarterback situation, starting with Kap.