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Daily Bucs Links: Pro Bowl to Orlando

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How NOT to handle an NFL quarterback -
Sub-par professional quarterback Nick Foles isn't showing up for offseason workouts with the Rams. And why should he! Here's a lesson in not building up a guy when you know you're totally done with him anyway.

Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker are just looking out for the Jets, according to them -
Inside the Jets locker room, some of Decker and Marshall's teammates are rolling their eyes at the notion the two receivers have the team's best interests in mind.

Most legendary quarterbacks don't get a storybook ending to their NFL careers -
Hall of Fame quarterbacks like Dan Fouts, Dan Marino and Johnny Unitas had forgettable ends to their memorable careers.

Pro Bowl Coming to Bucs' Backyard
The NFL has confirmed that the Pro Bowl following the upcoming 2016 season will be played in Orlando, which will obviously be convenient for any Buccaneer players who are named all-stars.

5 Questions for Week 2 of OTAs
A few things to think about as the second week of OTAs are under way.

Top 100 Players of 2016: No. 53 - Lavonte David
Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebacker Lavonte David is voted the 53rd-best player in the NFL by his peers on "Top 100 Players of 2016."

Lavonte David Named to NFL's Top 100
David is No. 53 on the NFL Network's annual list.

Sapp Details Opposition To Jernigan Wearing No. 99 | Pewter Report
If there is one thing you can count on from former Bucs star and first ballot Hall of Famer Warren Sapp, it is that the big man will always speak his mind.

Stroud: Three Bucs who need to bounce back in 2016 | Tampa Bay Times
It may feel like an eternity ago, but tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins was the Bucs' most dynamic receiver through the first two games last season with seven catches for 139 yards and two touchdowns. But if there ever was a player waiting for an anvil to fall out of the sky, it's Seferian-Jenkins. True to his NFL career, an shoulder injury derailed him for the next 10 weeks.

NFL announces Pro Bowl headed to Orlando in January | Tampa Bay Times
NFL fans in the Tampa area will have an all-star game close to home in January, as the NFL announced Wednesday that this season's Pro Bowl is moving from Hawaii to Orlando and the former Citrus Bowl, now Camping World Stadium.