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The NFL has a very loose definition of 'accuracy' - SBNation.com
There's a right way to tell the truth, and there's an NFL way to do it.

The NFL's all-inclusive concussion research left out at least 100 concussions - SBNation.com
The league also leaned on the tobacco industry for advice, according to a report from the New York Times.

The 5 NFL free agent signings who will benefit most from the change of scenery - SBNation.com
Mario Williams and Bruce Irvin could shine in their new systems.

It won't be easy, but RG3 can revive his career with the Browns - SBNation.com
It won't be easy, but the Browns might have be the best possible landing spot for Griffin.

Hargreaves Wears "Tampa" Cleats at Pro Day
CB Vernon Hargreaves had the words "City of Tampa" written across his cleats during his Pro Day workout on Wednesday.

Quarterback Depth Gives Bucs Options
Even as the Buccaneers picture a bright future behind young quarterback Jameis Winston, they also have developed very useful depth at the position with Mike Glennon and Ryan Griffin.

Koetter Defends Seferian-Jenkins, Praises Cameron Brate | Pewter Report
Bucs head coach Dirk Koetter said Mike Evans, who led the league with 11 dropped passes in 2015, needed more consistent work habits

Bucs HC Koetter On Winston's Offseason Conditioning | Pewter Report
Part of the Pro Bowl learning experience for rookies who were voted to Hawaii is the chance to practice and interact with the NFL’s elite.

Bucs best RB duo? Steelers' Le'Veon Bell calls that 'comedyyyyyyy' - Pittsburgh Steelers Blog- ESPN
Le'Veon Bell took to Twitter to dispute the notion that Tampa Bay has a better running-back duo than Pittsburgh.

Koetter happy with Bucs' WRs, but would like more speed | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
Bucs coach Dirk Koetter says he won't add speed to the corps just for the sake of adding it.

Koetter likes Bucs receivers but could add in the draft | Tampa Bay Times
Coach Dirk Koetter believes the Bucs have a deep group of receivers, starting with Mike Evans and 33-year-old Vincent Jackson, who played on only 10 games last season due to a series of knee injuries. And there is competition among young players behind them, along with two players who never made it onto the field last season -- Kenny Bell, who spent his rookie year on injured reserve with a hamstring injury and veteran Louis Murphy, who suffered a torn ACL.

Tossing first pitch, Jameis Winston enjoying offseason | Tampa Bay Times
Bucs quarterback Jameis Winston, throwing out the first pitch before Thursday's Rays-Yankees spring training game in Tampa, said he's enjoyed the relative downtime of his first offseason and is eager for the upcoming season to arrive.

Those bad moves in Philly weren't Chip Kelly's fault, says Chip Kelly - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: San Francisco's new coach spent the larger part of Wednesday completely removing himself from the Eagles debacle. That should worry the 49ers.

Hue Jackson fell in love with Robert Griffin III at private workout - NFL.com
Hue Jackson raved to Jimmy Haslam about Robert Griffin III's private workout. The Browns owner's reaction? "Go get him." Jeff Darlington says there is tangible excitement around this move.