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Seahawks ink Doug Baldwin to 4-year extension - SBNation.com
Baldwin set career highs in every major receiving category last season, and was tied for the NFL lead in touchdowns with 14.

Former Colt Zurlon Tipton Dead - Stampede Blue
Former Colts running back Zurlon Tipton was pronounced dead today in Michigan.

Defensive Legend Buddy Ryan Dies at 82 - Windy City Gridiron
The football world has lost one of its masters

Right tackles are becoming more important in the NFL, but they still fall short of left tackles - SBNation.com
Right tackles still don't get as much acclaim, or money, as their counterparts on the left side.

Peyton Manning is the Drake of the NFL - SBNation.com
Manning only played for two different teams in his 18-year career, but he's practically cheering for the entire NFL this fall.

3 Free Agents to Watch as Camp Approaches
A few players that are still on the market but could help the Buccaneers in 2016.

Winston Behind-the-Scenes with WWE
Jameis Winston spent his day with behind-the-scenes access to WWE Raw in Tampa.

Buccaneers Visit WWE Raw in Tampa
Jameis Winston and Donovan Smith spent Monday night at WWE Raw in Tampa.

SR's Fab 5 Reaction – 6-28 | Pewter Report
Scott Reynolds sounds off on comments from his latest SR's Fab 5 column, which included Jameis Winston, along with some discussion about religion and politics.

NFC South Q&A: Falcons' Julio Jones first to 2,000 receiving yards? - Atlanta Falcons Blog- ESPN
Julio Jones had the second-highest single-season receiving total in NFL history last season. Is 2,000 yards within reach?

Bucs' Jameis Winston, Donovan Smith get royal WWE treatment
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston and tackle Donovan Smith made the most of an opportunity to mingle with wrestling royalty Monday.

Jon Gruden: Pat Summitt made 'real impression on me' with Vols | Tampa Bay Times
Tuesday's news of the death of legendary Tennessee women's basketball coach Pat Summitt at age 64 reached far beyond the sport her Vols teams dominated, and her loss was mourned by coaches in other sports, like former Bucs coach Jon Gruden.