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Daily Bucs Links: Combine continues

Here's your open thread for today.

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Mike Williams says he'll be the best Mike Williams in NFL history -
Mike Williams says he’ll be better than Mike Williams, Mike Williams and Mike Williams ever were.

Jabrill Peppers will work out with both linebackers and defensive backs at NFL Combine -
The Michigan product is an athletic player.

NFL made a big deal out of a anticlimactic coin toss, and people watched it anyway -
The coin toss to determine the final draft order had a lot of hype and not much payoff.

Dalvin Cook says he’s the best running back in the NFL Draft. He’s right -
The Seminoles’ star is ready to be the next Ezekiel Elliott.

NFL's greatest combine performers ever, by position -
A celebration of the greatest workout warriors the NFL has ever seen.

Jerome Lane is ready to ‘send it in’ at NFL Combine -
His father’s dunk comes to mind when you hear his name, but Lane is his own man.

Shelton Gibson thinks he can beat Chris Johnson’s 40-yard dash time -
Gibson thinks he has a shot to run the fastest 40 at the Combine.

The NFL combine is one big mental test in your underwear -
Everyone’s focused on the 40s, but the most important part of the combine happens in the meeting rooms and MRI tubes. Retired NFL lineman Geoff Schwartz looks back at the experience.

Adam Shaheen bulked up on Chipotle to become an NFL prospect -
How do you go from unknown small school player to red hot pro hopeful? Burritos help.

Tony Romo trade rumor could send Cowboys' QB to Washington, Kirk Cousins to 49ers -
Romo could be heading to a division rival, while Cousins would reunite with his old offensive coordinator.

Leonard Fournette is not having a great NFL Combine -
Leonard Fournette’s 28.5-inch vertical jump was topped by offensive linemen at the NFL Combine.

Alabama’s Reuben Foster sent home from NFL Combine after argument with hospital worker, per report -
Foster was already out of Combine drills with an injury.

Myles Garrett isn't worth the No. 1 pick -
The Texas A&M product is projected to be the first player off the board in the 2017 NFL draft. Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White sees a player who is good, not great.

Combine Notes: Deeper Draft Bodes Well
On Friday at the Scouting Combine, Bucs Director of Player Personnel John Spytek noted an exciting amount of talent in this year’s draft class…Plus, John Ross is about more than pure speed

5 Players to Watch at the Combine, March 4
A few players to keep an eye on when the wide receivers and tight ends take the field at the NFL Scouting Combine on Saturday

Meet the Squad: Mike Evans

SR's Fab 5: It's Licht Time For Bucs; An Agent's Perspective Negotiating With Greenberg | Pewter Report
It's the offseason and it's time for Bucs GM Jason Licht to shine, plus how Mike Greenberg negotiations, and a review at the Bucs' 2013 draft in SR's Fab 5.

2017 NFL Combine Five Up, Five Down: Offensive Line And Running Back | Pewter Report gives you their five up and five down following the first day of workouts at the 2017 NFL Combine.

Potential landing spots for Marshall, Jeffery - ESPN Video
Stephen A. Smith and Darren Woodson believe Brandon Marshall wants to go to a team on the cusp of a championship, while Alshon Jeffery could fit well in Tampa Bay.

'I'm not afraid of anyone,' says the receiver Mel Kiper has going to the Bucs | Tampa Bay Times
Three questions with Western Michigan receiver Corey Davis, who still is recovering from a high ankle sprain. He is projected to become a first-round pick despite playing in the Mid-American Conference, and ESPN's Mel Kiper had Davis going to the Bucs at No. 19 in his latest mock draft.

Bucs should stay away from Adrian Peterson | Tampa Bay Times
The Bucs should stay away from Adrian Peterson.And receiver DeSean Jackson.Maybe if they were five years younger.Same goes for Jamaal Charles.

Jameis Winston among five Bucs at NFL Business Academy | Tampa Bay Times
The NFL just held its second-ever NFL Business Academy, a five-day program to help players in their professional development outside of football, and you'd be hard-pressed to find a team that embraced the opportunity more than the Bucs did.