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Daily Bucs Links: OTA recaps

Here's your open thread for today.

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What excuses will Rob Ryan use if the Bills defense under performs? -
The Ryan brothers feel like they finally have their chance to be something more than overrated in Buffalo.

Rookies from small schools looking to prove they belong in the NFL -
Players who were drafted from small programs sometimes have higher ceilings.

The Giants need Ben McAdoo to be more than his playbook -
The Giants hired McAdoo to turn around their offense in 2014. Now, he's the head coach and tasked with building "a new era of Giants football."

Watch: Rookies Go Golfing
The 2016 rookie class went to TPC Tampa Bay for a networking event followed by some golf lessons.

5 Standouts from Week 1 of OTAs
Five players who impressed during the first week of OTAs.

Recap: Week 1 of Buccaneers OTAs
Get caught up with all of our coverage from Week 1 of OTAs.

Watch: Bucs OTA Highlights, Week 1
The best shots from the first week of OTAs.

NFL Rumor Central: Robert Ayers likens Noah Spence to Von Miller - NFL Rumor Central- ESPN
Robert Ayers was careful to note that Noah Spence isn't as fast as Von Miller, but otherwise Ayers sees similarities between the two pass-rushers.

Bucs' Ayers: Noah Spence has some Von Miller in him | Tampa Bay Times
A month after the draft, asking about

Ex-LB Gilbert eager to join Bucs as Bill Walsh coaching intern | Tampa Bay Times
Much of Tony Gilbert's maturation as an NFL linebacker came under Bucs defensive coordinator Mike Smith when he coached with the Jaguars and Falcons, and he's eager to rejoin him next month when he spends time with the Bucs as part of the Bill Walsh NFL Minority Coaching Fellowship.

Goodell: Tampa in 'excellent position' for future Super Bowls | Tampa Bay Times
Tampa, home to four Super Bowls in its history, missed out on a fifth when the latest wave of games was announced by the NFL this week, but commissioner Roger Goodell wrote a letter Thursday to Bucs co-chairmen Bryan and Joel Glazer, reassuring them Tampa remains a strong candidate for future games.