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Cowboys cornerback Anthony Brown literally has a chip on his shoulder - SBNation.com
It got us thinking.

NFL Draft: Every team’s worst pick in the last 5 years - SBNation.com
Some of these players aren’t even in the league anymore, while others are still hanging around trying to shed the bust label.

O.J. Howard climbed from a tiny high school to become the top TE in the 2017 NFL Draft - SBNation.com
From a tiny Alabama high school to National Championship MVP, O.J. Howard has already come a long way.

Deadline Passes for Restricted Free Agents
The Bucs' lone remaining RFA, DE Jacquies Smith, did not sign an offer sheet with another team prior to Friday's deadline and is already taking part in Tampa Bay's offseason program.

The Scout's Eye: Favorite 3rd-Round Players
Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks break down their favorite players they expect be drafted in the third round.

Dream 2017 NFL draft scenarios for all 32 NFL teams - best-case scenarios in first round
Both Myles Garrett and Mitchell Trubisky go to the Browns. Jerry Jones snags some defensive help. A trade down for the 49ers and Colts. We're picking out best-case draft scenarios for each team.

Lee Roy Selmon headlines best draft picks for Buccaneers - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog- ESPN
The Buccaneers have drafted three Hall of Famers on defense -- first-ever pick Lee Roy Selmon and 1995 first-rounders Warren Sapp and Derrick Brooks.

Bucs' draft wish list: Players coming at you like a wrecking ball | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — There is a running back for every occasion in the NFL draft this year. You have power backs (Leonard Fournette), slashing/three-down backs (Dalvin Cook) and even Swiss Army knife backs (Christian McCaffrey).

Bucs' draft wish list: Players coming at you like a wrecking ball | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — There is a running back for every occasion in the NFL draft this year. You have power backs (Leonard Fournette), slashing/three-down backs (Dalvin Cook) and even Swiss Army knife backs (Christian McCaffrey).

NFL draft: Offensive line not a need for Bucs | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — At first glance, offensive line doesn't seem like a pressing need for the Bucs.

Bucs should jump at chance to draft FSU RB Dalvin Cook | Tampa Bay Times
Two of the first things that stood out about Dalvin Cook were his shoes — shiny and gold.