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Patriots are an NFL dynasty, but they have never dominated a Super Bowl -
New England has many signature Super Bowl wins, but it doesn’t have any blowouts, which is rare for a dynasty.

Tom Brady's lost jersey could just be in the team's equipment truck -
The saga continues.

Super Bowl hero James White surprised with brand new truck on ‘Conan’ -
He didn’t get the MVP trophy, but now he gets a BIG truck.

Falcons promote Marquand Manuel to defensive coordinator -
Manuel is familiar with Dan Quinn’s scheme.

The Falcons gave Atlanta a taste of glory, then threw it away in the Super Bowl -
Falcons fans are used to disappointment, but it’s because they’ll make you believe first.

My journey to find Puppy Bowl puppies at the Super Bowl -
The Super Bowl is big and overwhelming, but at least there will always be puppies.

Two Bucs Make's All-Rookie Team
NFL Media's Gil Brandt selected Bucs CB Vernon Hargreaves and DE Noah Spence to his All-Rookie team.

NFL Women's Summit: Roger Goodell
Roger Goodell spoke at the second annual NFL Women's Summit on the eve of the Super Bowl, which gave attending female teens and women tools to help create a playbook for success.

Bucs Squad for Youth: Defensive Stance
Team Insider Casey Phillips and Defensive Backs Coach Brett Maxie discuss the proper defensive stance.

SR's Fab 5: Jackson Could Fill Bucs' Need For Speed; Winston Needs To Study Brady | Pewter Report
The Bucs should target Washington WR DeSean Jackson in free agency, and Bucs QB Jameis Winston should study Patriots QB Tom Brady in this week's SR's Fab 5.

Bucs promote Zack Grossi to offensive quality control coach | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Days after the Bucs promoted Ben Steele to tight ends coach, the team made several corresponding moves to its coaching and scouting staff, starting with former Jefferson quarterback Zack Grossi being promoted to become an offensive quality control coach.

Fennelly: Tony Dungy: Nothing illegal about Colts stealing signs | Tampa Bay Times
Tony Dungy is such a newsmaker.This just in: He stole signs.But did he cheat?The Pro Football Hall of Fame coach laughed.