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NFL players will be ejected after 2 unsportsmanlike conduct penalties in 2016 -
Taunting, punches and abusive language will be watched more closely in 2016.

Rams will be on 'Hard Knocks' in their 1st season back in Los Angeles -
Viewers will get a firsthand look at the team's transition to their new Southern California home.

Eagles want to recapture the brotherhood they lost during the Chip Kelly era -
Could the next leaders for Philadelphia be on defense?

Bruce Arians is the high school guidance counselor we all wish we had -
His candor at the NFL meetings is refreshing -- and rare.

Ron Rivera says Cam Newton didn't talk after the Super Bowl because he's a millennial -
Rivera also says he thinks players who lose in the Super Bowl shouldn't have to speak with the media afterward.

Here's what the NFL's new chop block rule really means -
The NFL passed a proposal banning all chop blocks, but there's still plenty of ambiguity with the new rule.

Hargreaves: "Every Year I've Gotten Better"
NFL Media's James Palmer talks with Vernon Hargreaves at Florida's pro day.

Koetter has High Hopes for Johnthan Banks
Despite the Bucs signing two corners in free agency, HC Dirk Koetter expects big things from Johnthan Banks in 2016.

Dotson in at RT as O-Line Takes Shape
Demar Dotson opens the offseason as the starter at right tackle, with Gosder Cherilus in the swing tackle role, two players battling at center and Kevin Pamphile waiting to see where he is needed.

Insider: Day Two at NFL League Meetings
Team Insider Casey Phillips and Senior Writer & Editor Scott Smith are on location in Boca Raton for the NFL Annual Meeting.

Koetter Is Expecting An Improved Evans In 2016 | Pewter Report
The annual NFL Owners Meeting was held this week in Boca Raton, Florida and was on hand all four days.

Koetter Says Dotson Will Start Camp As Starting Right Tackle | Pewter Report
The annual NFL Owners Meeting was held this week in Boca Raton, Florida and was on hand all four days.

Bucs trying to secure two teams for joint practices during camp - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog- ESPN
New Bucs coach Dirk Koetter believes joint practices with other teams in training camp is such a good idea he hopes to do it twice this summer.

Jameis Winston working on list of improvements ahead of 2016 season - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog- ESPN
Despite an impressive rookie season, Bucs QB Jameis Winston is focused on making changes -- on his body, strength, throwing accuracy and more.

Bucs coach Dirk Koetter considers Marvin Lewis a role model and friend - Cincinnati Bengals Blog- ESPN
Buccaneers coach Dirk Koetter spoke very highly of Bengals coach Marvin Lewis during Wednesday's meeting with the media.

NFL Rumor Central: Emmanuel Ogbah moving up draft board? - NFL Rumor Central- ESPN
Whispers suggest the Oklahoma State defensive end could be a top-15 pick. Which pass-rush needy teams might be interested?

Bucs’ Koetter a ‘fan’ of QB Glennon, but trade may be looming | and The Tampa Tribune
The Bucs began preparing for the possibility of losing backup quarterback Mike Glennon early last year, when Glennon and Dirk Koetter were still strangers.

Bucs notes: Koetter seeking rival for joint workouts and a true fullback | and The Tampa Tribune
A partner has not yet committed to the plan, but Bucs coach Dirk Koetter is hoping to hold joint training-camp workouts against at least one rival opponent this summer.

NFL notes: Bucs beat odds with two rookie O-linemen, Arians says | and The Tampa Tribune
Breaking in two rookie starters along the Bucs' offensive line was a particularly impressive accomplishment, according to Bruce Arians.

Koetter: Bucs may practice some with other NFL teams | Tampa Bay Times
Bucs coach Dirk Koetter is talking with reporters at the NFL annual meetings in Boca Raton, and the Times' Rick Stroud has all the updates on offseason signings and changes ahead under the new head coach.

Glennon trade talk scares Koetter but likes Griffin at No. 2 | Tampa Bay Times
The trade winds are swirling around Bucs quarterback Mike Glennon and general manager Jason Licht says they will consider dealing their backup to Jameis Winston all the way up until the NFL draft.

Koetter wants Mike Glennon to remain with Bucs | Tampa Bay Times
BOCA RATON — Dirk Koetter isn't eager to see backup QB Mike Glennon traded. But the Bucs coach says if that happens, the team has a good option in No. 3 Ryan Griffin, who was claimed off waivers from the Saints at the start of last season.Griffin never has taken an NFL snap.

Bucs count on Winston, Evans to improve chemistry as downfield threat | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Shortly after returning from his nuptials a few weeks ago, Mike Evans began some "off-campus" throwing sessions with Jameis Winston aimed at improving the timing between receiver and quarterback.