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Daily Bucs Links: Training camp!

Here's your open thread for today.

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Here's the main storyline in training camp for every NFL team in 2016 -
From Jimmy Garoppolo to Blaine Gabbert, here's the most intriguing thing to watch for all 32 teams in training camp.

The AFC West is wide open for the first time since 2011 -
It's been the Broncos division to lose since signing Peyton Manning in 2012. He's retired now, and the Broncos are starting over. The quest for the AFC West starts this month.

The NFL is finally going to do something about its garbage field conditions -
All it took was a smattering of torn ACLs and other injuries.

Russell Wilson is armed, 'Dangeruss' and looks like Rambo in this new ‘90s poster -
So many questions to answer.

NFL claims program reduces concussions, and is conveniently wrong once again -
The NFL once again admitted it used faulty data that conveniently aligned with its best interests.

Jets bring back Ryan Fitzpatrick on 1-year deal -
The two sides finally came together after months of contentious negotiations.

Winston Reports to Camp Early, Joins Rookies
Jameis Winston reported to training camp early on Wednesday and joined the rookies for practice.

3 Things to Watch at Camp, July 28
A few things we'll have an eye on when the Buccaneers take the field for their first training camp practice.

Offensive Core Expecting More in 2016
Tampa Bay's offense was wildly encouraging and yet ultimately not productive enough in 2015, but it's key contributors know how to fix that in 2016…And other notes.

Verner's Bucs Training Camp Diary: "I've Got A Lot To Prove" | Pewter Report
In Alterraun Verner's first Bucs Training Camp Diary entry, he reveals that both he and Vernon Hargreaves had a lot of INTs in the offseason.

McCoy Happily Passes Bucs' Leadership Torch To Winston | Pewter Report
Veteran players reported to training camp on Wednesday, and a handful were brought into the media studio to talk about their expectations of the 2016 season,

Five Storylines To Follow At Bucs Camp | Pewter Report
It’s so close you can almost hear pads cracking, coaches barking and fans cheering.

Warren Sapp OK after being bitten by shark while on lobstering trip
The Hall of Fame defensive lineman got a gash on his left forearm after encountering a shark while on a lobstering trip off the Florida Keys.

Game not over: Doug Martin excited to be back with Bucs | Tampa Bay Times
To celebrate a new five-year, $35.7-million contract and finishing second in the NFL in rushing, Bucs running back Doug Martin treated himself to a week in Tokyo this offseason, taking in the Japanese anime he loves, and video games and much more.

Jameis Winston asked McCoy to be a different leader for Bucs | Tampa Bay Times
Today's Times already has a story on Gerald McCoy supporting Jameis Winston's role as a team leader, and that storyline continued Wednesday afternoon, as McCoy said that Winston had a private conversation with him about the kind of leader the Bucs need him to be.

Mike Evans' goal: Catch 90% of red-zone passes | Tampa Bay Times
Much has been made of Mike Evans' sophomore NFL season, when he led the Bucs with 1,206 receiving yards but left many more on the field, ranking among the league leaders in dropped passes. He had 74 catches, but did so on 147 targeted passes, giving him the lowest catch percentage for any of the NFL's top 60 receivers last season.

Warren Sapp bit in arm by shark while lobstering | Tampa Bay Times
Former Bucs defensive tackle Warren Sapp, a regular on charter fishing trips in his retirement these days, was bitten in the arm by a shark while lobstering on a charter based out of Marathon in the Florida Keys.

Fennelly: Jameis Winston grows as leading Bucs' force | Tampa Bay Times
Last year, on the first day of Bucs rookie minicamp, the team's top draft pick — the NFL's top draft pick — got to the facility early, so early that he stood and greeted other rookies as they stepped off the bus at One Buc Place.And away we went.