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Daily Bucs Links: Offseason preparations

Here's your open thread for today.

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Breaking down the 2016 NFL Draft's top quarterbacks -
With Cal's Jared Goff and North Dakota State's Carson Wentz a near certainty to be the top two signal-callers to hear their name called on April 28th, Matt Ufford and Josh Norris break down how their games should translate to the next level.

Greg Hardy says he's 'never put [his] hand on any women' -
Former Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy says he's innocent.

What are the chances the Titans trade the No. 1 pick? -
The Titans' best chance at selling the top pick would be if a team wanted a quarterback bad enough to hop the Browns.

Myles Jack, the top LB in the NFL Draft, also had a stint as one of the best RBs in college -
Myles Jack is one of the best defensive players in this year's draft class, but he also impressed as a running back for a short period. Let's revisit that weird part of his college career.

2016 NFL mock draft: Shake-up among the wide receivers -
Josh Doctson could find his way in the top 10 if he ends up being the first wide receiver off the board.

Which Team could Make Moves in the Top 10?
NFL Media's Charley Casserly discusses which team could and shake things up in the 2016 NFL Draft.

Could Aguayo Join Winston in Tampa Bay?
Jameis Winston's former teammate at Florida State says he wants to be a Buccaneer.

5 Mid-Round Draft Prospects to Watch
A few players to keep an eye on in rounds three, four and five.

Pewter Report's Bucs Monday Mailbag 4-4 | Pewter Report began a new offseason feature recently, giving readers an opportunity to get their questions answered by the PR staff.

Bucs preparing to begin first offseason program under Dirk Koetter
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers enter offseason workouts under new head coach Dirk Koetter on April 11, hoping to end a run of five subpar seasons.

Trying to figure out Emmanuel Ogbah’s NFL future will make your head hurt -
The Oklahoma State pass rusher looks unstoppable on some plays, and then he's getting washed out by a blocker on the next. Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White went to the film room to try and understand.