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Daily Bucs Link: Bucs support Orlando shooting victims

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Young Patriots spy infiltrates camp to trash talk Steve Smith -
Brave kid.

Eli Apple's mom dropped him off for his first practice like it was the first day of school -
Annie Apple went full mom on Eli Apple's first day of practice with the Giants.

Rob Gronkowski, Liev Schreiber and Luke Wilson threw footballs at James Corden, who probably regrets it -
This was a great idea in theory.

The NFL hasn't forgotten about the Al Jazeera report on PEDs, even if you have -
The NFL has notified the NFLPA that it will continue its investigation and interview the players named in the report.

Las Vegas has a new plan to build an NFL stadium, and the Raiders are mad about it -
The public committee exploring the possibility of an NFL stadium in Las Vegas suddenly seems uncomfortable with a $750 million subsidy for the billionaires who want it.

Expectations for Bucs at Training Camp?
NFL Media's Jeff Darlington brings the latest on the Buccaneers heading into training camp.

Pre-Camp Roster Breakdown: Defense/ST
Our look at the 90 men the Buccaneers will bring to training camp continues with a position-by-position review of the defense and special teams.

NFL, Florida Teams Lend Support for Orlando
The NFL Foundation and the NFL's Three Florida-Based Teams Lend Support to Orlando Community by contributing $400,000 to the OneOrlando Fund.

John Spytek Discusses National CMV
Bucs' Director of Player Personnel, John Spytek, talks to Casey Phillips about the effects of Cytomegalovirus and his foundation, National CMV.

SR's Fab 5: An Inside Look Into Bucs Pro Bowl QB Winston; Jaboo, VJax Are Family | Pewter Report
An inside look at Bucs QB Jameis Winston from his father, Antonor Winston's perspective, and Winston and Vincent Jackson are related in this week's SR's Fab 5.

Miami Dolphins, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Jacksonville Jaguars unite to support OneOrlando Fund
The three Florida-based NFL teams are combining to give $400,000 to the OneOrlando Fund to support the victims' families and survivors of the deadly nightclub shooting in Orlando.

Bucs join NFL in $400,000 donation to Orlando shooting victims | Tampa Bay Times
The Bucs are the latest Tampa-area team to join in supporting the victims of the Orlando mass shooting, as the NFL Foundation and the Bucs, Dolphins and Jaguars have combined for a $400,000 donation to the OneOrlando Fund to help victims' families and survivors.