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Daily Bucs Links: Losing Vincent Jackson

Here's your open thread for today.

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Herschel Walker thinks Ezekiel Elliott is leading a running back revival -
One of the best to ever run the rock points to a resurgence at the running back position.

Darren McFadden says he’s a Cowboys fan whether he stays in Dallas or not -
McFadden would be the third option behind Ezekiel Elliott and Alfred Morris, but he would like to be back in Dallas next season.

Julius Thomas reportedly gets traded to Dolphins for draft pick -
Left tackle Branden Albert is not included in the trade, as previously rumored.

2017 NFL mock draft: Trades could shake up the 1st round -
Which trades make sense? This week’s mock explores several options.

Tony Romo likely won't play for the Cowboys in 2017. What's his next stop? -
The longtime Cowboys starter looks like he’s headed out the door in Dallas. Here’s a look at why and where he might be going next.

The All-Presidential Buccaneers Team
On Presidents' Day, Mike Washington, Brad Johnson and Vincent Jackson headline an all-time Bucs teams made up only of players who share names with former U.S. Presidents.

Buccaneers Mock Draft Roundup, 5.0
NFL Draft analysts weigh in on the Buccaneers' No. 19 pick.

Pewter Report's Bucs Monday Mailbag 2-20: Ranking Winston, Martin's Future And More | Pewter Report
Each week's Mark Cook answers your submitted questions about the Bucs. You can have your question answered by asking on Twitter

Bucs should prepare to move on from Vincent Jackson - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog- ESPN
The Bucs almost assuredly will move on from veteran wide receiver Vincent Jackson, who gave them three 1,000-yard receiving seasons in five years.

Hate to admit it but the Bucs would be perfect for Hard Knocks | Tampa Bay Times
Jameis Winston could be ratings gold. He drips charisma. Cut to Winston driving in the dark to One Buc Place. Interacting with coaches and teammates. Oh, the motivational moments. (“We some dogs, we ain’t no puppies!’)

A former Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback finally hits 'Paydirt' | Tampa Bay Times
They call him "Paydirt."