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Adrian Peterson could be a great fit for the Seahawks if Seattle can afford him - SBNation.com
The veteran running back will visit Seattle on Sunday.

Patriots are ending the Tom Brady era in style - SBNation.com
Tom Brady is turning 40 and the end of his career is on the horizon, so the Patriots aren’t playing around.

2017 NFL mock draft: Free agency fallout - SBNation.com
Did we just learn that teams don’t like the incoming rookie quarterbacks?

Jackson, Baker's Introductory Presser
Bucs WR DeSean Jackson, DT Chris Baker, GM Jason Licht, and HC Dirk Koetter spoke to the media on Saturday.

Bucs Have it Covered, Re-Sign Robinson
Josh Robinson, cornerback and special teams ace, is staying with the Buccaneers after signing a two-year deal just a few days into free agency.

Post-Combine, Mid-Free Agency 2017 NFL Mock Draft | Pewter Report
With NFL Free Agency in full swing, PewterReport.com gives you a full first round mid-free agency 2017 NFL Mock Draft.

Tampa Bay Bucs' 9-7 season helping them become winners in free agency - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog- ESPN
Free-agent additions DeSean Jackson and Chris Baker noted the Bucs' improvement and attitude as major reasons why Tampa Bay was an attractive spot.

Newest Buc Chris Baker hasn't forgotten team's belief in him in 2009 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog- ESPN
Chris Baker remembers feeling unwanted before going undrafted in 2009, so he says it's special to sign with Tampa Bay -- his one NFL visit that year.

DeSean Jackson did WHAT?! The Bucs receiver's most unbelievable moments | Tampa Bay Times
It'll be another six months before we see how the Buccaneers offense operates with deep threat DeSean Jackson in the fold. Until then, here's a look at some of the most memorable moments of his nine-year career:Sept. 7, 2008: Rams vs. Eagles

Licht sees progress in Bucs free agents signing elsewhere | Tampa Bay Times
Bucs general manager Jason Licht would like to keep more of his own players in free agency, but it's an encouraging sign of the Bucs' overall talent level that unrestricted free agents like QB Mike Glennon, DT Akeem Spence and WR Russell Shepard are signing multi-year, multi-million deals with other teams.