2017 NFL Draft: Tampa Bay Buccaneers
O.J. Howard was too big a prize to pass up, though.
This is how every team drafts, but it’s rare for a general manager to say it explicitly.
O.J. Howard will wear Michael Clayton’s old number.
A little early, but these picks make sense.
The Bucs’ fifth-round pick had to have a torn labrum repaired.
The Bucs traded back into the third round to draft a linebacker.
If Cook falls, don’t be surprised if the Bucs pass on him.
The Bucs got a steal in round one, but still have several positions to address.
Analysts and fans love the Bucs snapping up O.J. Howard.
Somehow, Alabama found this star at Atauga Academy—and the Bucs couldn’t be happier.
The Bucs could end up picking one of the best safeties in the draft.
A cornerback would make sense for the Bucs.
The Bucs should be ecstatic if this happens.
The draft starts on Thursday, when the Bucs will start adding more talent to their team.
One reporter dug into Cook’s past, but didn’t come up with anything that really changes things.
The Bucs reportedly love Dalvin Cook, but pre-draft rumors are hard to trust.