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Daily Bucs Links: Game day!

Here's your open thread for today.

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Rob Gronkowski will not play in Patriots’ season opener -
Still dealing with a hamstring injury, Gronk did not travel with the team and will miss the regular season opener.

2017 NFL mock draft: 4 quarterbacks and running backs in the 1st round -
Deshaun Watson or DeShone Kizer? That is the question that could permeate college football for NFL fans this season.

Browns vs. Eagles is the most underrated game of Week 1 -
The games that are flying under the radar may wind up producing the most drama Sunday.

Josh Keyes Promoted, Danny Vitale Returns
The Bucs addressed a linebacker shortage for the season opener by promoting second-year LB Josh Keyes from the practice squad…Also rookie TE Danny Vitale has returned to the team.

Watch: Buccaneers Insider Live in Atlanta
Senior Writer/Editor Scott Smith and Team Insider Casey Phillips report from Atlanta.

Pewter Prediction: McCoy Will Be Bucs' Leading Sacker In 2016 | Pewter Report
Who will be the Bucs' leading sacker in 2016? gives the edge to four-time Pro Bowler Gerald McCoy over Jacquies Smith and Robert Ayers, Jr.

Cook Talks Bucs On First Edition Of The Pewter Panel (Video) | Pewter Report
Mark Cook joined to discuss the upcoming season for Tampa Bay on the weekly Pewter Panel.

Bucs To Get First Look At Falcons’ Plans For RB Duo | Pewter Report
Despite his breakout 2015, Falcons running back Devonta Freeman may still split time with Tevin Coleman, Atlanta coaches have said this week.

Jones: Bucs' Koetter goes by the book, but guess which book | Tampa Bay Times
Oh, the places you'll go! There is fun to be done!

Jameis Winston works hard to win over critics on, off field | Tampa Bay Times
He wasn't ready. With one open heart surgery behind him, T.J. Coy wasn't ready for more stitches and swelling and shivers. The email came as he and his mother, Stephanie, sat in a hotel in Gainesville in October waiting to check him into Shands at the University of Florida hospital so doctors could replace a valve to treat his congenital heart defect.