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The Bucs love Donovan Smith, and more.

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Alex Smith knows the Chiefs are replacing him - SBNation.com
The writing is on the wall for the Kansas City quarterback. He’s been through this before.

Michael Vick will play in the American Flag Football League, and we can’t wait to watch - SBNation.com
This is a wonderful idea.

Ladarius Green released by Steelers after failed physical and lingering injuries - SBNation.com
The tight end battled an ankle injury and concussion during his one year in Pittsburgh.

Tom Brady is a reminder that the NFL still has work to do on concussions - SBNation.com
The league and players have made progress in dealing with the issue, but there’s more to do.

Seahawks’ window hasn’t closed ... yet - SBNation.com
The Seahawks have the talent to make another playoff run, but Pete Carroll and John Schneider have some tough decisions to make about the team’s future.

Which NFL fans wear their jerseys to church? - SBNation.com
Oh c’mon, you know who does this the most.

One Buc Mailbag: Adjusting to the New
Has DeSean Jackson's arrival led to a big edit of the Bucs' offensive playbook? This week, fans want to know about that, about O.J. Howard's jump ball ability and the wisdom of draft-day trades.

Winston "Staying Sharp" Through Offseason
Jameis Winston's progress this offseason has impressed his position coach, Mike Bajakian.

Safety Battle is Open and Interchangeable
The stage appears to be set for a very competitive training camp at safety for the Buccaneers, who will look to get the best two on the field regardless of free and strong designations.

Hayes Talks Bucs' 3-4 Defensive Looks, Marvels At Spence's Toughness | Pewter Report
Bucs D-line coach Jay Hayes discussed Tampa Bay defensive coordiantor Mike Smith tinkering with 3-4 looks and Noah Spence's new physique.

Bucs Warhop: "Smith Can Be One Of The Top Tackles In The NFL" | Pewter Report
During assistant coach day, Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive line coach, George Warhop, took the podium to talk Donovan Smith, Ali Marpet and more.

Pewter Nation Podcast Episode 10: Two Words, "Raheem. Christmas." | Pewter Report
In this episode of the Pewter Nation Podcast, PR's big three give you the inside scoop from all the Bucs asst. coaches, and tell a never-before-heard story.

Bucs OL coach believes Donovan Smith can be one of league's top tackles - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog- ESPN
The Bucs, led by offensive line coach George Warhop, maintain a firm belief that left tackle Donovan Smith can develop into a stalwart.

Bucs' Reedy enjoys helping people in the offseason - ESPN Video
Buccaneers wide receiver Bernard Reedy explains why he enjoys lending a hand by being a wheelchair transporter during the offseason.

Monken: DeSean Jackson took the money and better be great | Tampa Bay Times
If you think the Bucs will pressure DeSean Jackson to live up to his contract, well, you’re right on the money.

Teen who burglarized Gerald McCoy's house gets 5 years in prison | Tampa Bay Times
The teenager who was charged with the armed burglary of Gerald McCoy's home, injuring the Bucs' player's father hours before a game in November, has been sentenced to five years in prison in a plea agreement related to six other felony charges against him.

O-line coach in full support of Bucs tackles Smith, Dotson | Tampa Bay Times
As much speculation as there was in mock drafts that the Bucs might use their first-round pick on an offensive tackle, Bucs offensive line coach George Warhop was unwavering in his support for left tackle Donovan Smith and right tackle Demar Dotson.

Bucs defense 'multiple,' but staying in 4-3 base, coach says | Tampa Bay Times
Just to put to rest any speculation that the Bucs could be shifting to a 3-4 defense this fall, defensive line coach Jay Hayes reiterated Thursday that while Tampa Bay will continue to have multiple looks defensively, they'll do it from a 4-3 base.

Bucs defense 'multiple,' but staying in 4-3 base, coach says | Tampa Bay Times
Just to put to rest any speculation that the Bucs could be shifting to a 3-4 defense this fall, defensive line coach Jay Hayes reiterated Thursday that while Tampa Bay will continue to have multiple looks defensively, they'll do it from a 4-3 base.

J.R. Sweezy already building reputation on Bucs' line | Tampa Bay Times
J.R. Sweezy has yet to have the first practice in pads with the Bucs, but in advance of next week's start of OTAs, he's already building a reputation as bringing some nastiness to Tampa Bay's offensive line.

Three Bucs keys to a better Jameis Winston | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Every turnover has its own story. In the past two seasons, Jameis Winston has co-authored at least 42 of them.