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Daily Bucs Links: Drafting for relevance

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The best social media posts from Buccaneers players this week.’s 2016 OL Draft Preview + Bucs’ Best Bets | Pewter Report
The Buccaneers feel they are stocked well at the tackle position after selecting Donovan Smith in the second round of the 2016 where he started all 16 games and played well for a rookie

(Video) Pewter Pulse Episode 4-27: The Draft, Mimi-Camp Preview And More | Pewter Report
This week Reynolds and Cook talk about the upcoming NFL Draft, they preview mini-camp and in the third segment they debate whether the Bucs should take an offensive player despite the needs on the other side of the ball.

Bucs Draft Analysis: Offensive Line | and The Tampa Tribune
Along with the development of rookie QB Jameis Winston, no position on the 2015 Bucs exceeded expectations more than the offensive line.

Now with final say on personnel, GM Licht eager to make Bucs relevant again | and The Tampa Tribune
After an eventful offseason that saw him gain authority and lose his right-hand man within a dizzying 24-hour span, Jason Licht is eager to turn around a franchise that made the wrong kind of history in 2015.

Breaking down 2016 NFL draft: Quarterbacks (w/video) | Tampa Bay Times
Whom the Bucs have - Jameis Winston (6-4, 231): Top overall pick in last year's draft; Winston passed for 4,000 yards, 28 total TDs. Pro Bowl as rookie. Only getting started.

Josh Norman's price tag didn't add up for Bucs | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — As late as Friday morning, the Bucs and Josh Norman had strong, mutual interest in working out a deal that would bring the Panthers' former franchise cornerback to Tampa Bay.

Analysis: The Bucs have an awful draft record. Here's the data to prove it. | Tampa Bay Times
If you tuned in to sports talk radio last December, you remember callers flooding the airwaves with theories on the Bucs' late-season swoon.

Bucs hope to build on successes of 2015 draft | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Some things can only happen once. Like donating a kidney. A first kiss. Or pulling four All-Rookie first team players from the same NFL draft class.