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Darius Powe hopes to be the next undrafted receiver to break out in the NFL -
Darius Powe, a 6'3, 220-pound receiver, was a late bloomer at Cal, finishing strong as a senior. The Giants are counting on him to carry that momentum into training camp.

Eli Manning has a new teammate named Eli, so he's open to going by his real name: Elisha -
Eli Manning doesn't seem phased about sharing his first name with the Giants' No. 10 draft pick, cornerback Eli Apple.

Todd Gurley and Ezekiel Elliott need to succeed for the sake of the 2017 running back draft class -
Drafting a running back in the first round is a big risk, and there have been far more misses than hits in recent years.

Get to know Seahawks do-it-all running back C.J. Prosise -
He's a running back. No, he's a receiver. He's both!

Buccaneers Winging It with Dan Vitale
Rookie Dan Vitale played the "superback" position at Northwestern and is now listed as a tight end on Tampa Bay's roster, but the old "wingback" term could be a good description of his expected role.

Expectations for Jameis Winston in 2016?
The "NFL HQ" crew discusses the expectations for Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston in 2016.

Draft Review: NFC South Gets Defensive
In a division that featured four top-11 offenses in 2015, all led by franchise-type quarterbacks, it was no surprise to see all four teams load up on defense in the 2016 draft.

Insider: Reflecting on NFC South's Draft
From Thursday's Buccaneers Insider Live: Senior Writer/ Editor Scott Smith and Team Insider Casey Phillips discuss the players drafted by the Bucs' division rivals.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers drop in ESPN Power Rankings despite solid draft
The Buccaneers fell one spot to No. 29 in ESPN's post-draft Power Rankings, as voters continue to drop them from the end-of-season rankings.

Five takeaways from the Bucs' rookie minicamp | Tampa Bay Times
It's going to be hard to match the success of the 2015 rookie class, but the Bucs did acquire at least three starters from the NFL draft if you include place-kicker Roberto Aguayo with CB Vernon Hargreaves and DE Noah Spence. There's a chance that FB Dan Vitale and/or S Ryan Smith could also be an eventual starters. Here are five takeaways from the rookie minicamp.