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Daily Bucs Links: More Fun League

On the NFL’s celebration penalties, and more.

New Orleans Saints v Tampa Bay Buccaneers Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images

The NFL might finally be easing up in its War on Fun -
Make the NFL fun again.

Tony Romo is the most dad DJ ever -
Romo’s set list included some Guns ‘n’ Roses and Naughty by Nature.

Mike Zimmer will miss Vikings OTAs to recover from 8th eye surgery -
Zimmer is expected to be back with the team in a few weeks.

Dr. Myron Rolle is a neurosurgeon, 4 years after retiring from the NFL -
What an inspiration.

Fans will be able to place bets on their phone from inside Raiders’ Las Vegas stadium -
Unless the wording in the lease changes, mobile betting will be available.

Fitzpatrick Drawn by Bucs' Offensive Cast
Perhaps more so than at any other time in team history, Tampa Bay is an attractive landing spot for a free agent QB like Ryan Fitzpatrick because of how explosive the offense could be.

O.J. Howard Gets First Contract, Family Visit
Tight end O.J. Howard, the Bucs' first pick in last month's draft, signed his first NFL contract on Monday, a moment important enough to bring his mom to town to celebrate with him.

Jameis Winston No. 57 on NFL's Top 100
Winston made his debut on the NFL's Top 100 list on Monday night.

Gerald McCoy No. 52 on NFL's Top 100
McCoy has been selected to the NFL's Top 100 list for five consecutive seasons.

Bucs' Monday Mailbag 5-22: Aguayo, Running Back Concerns 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

Robert Ayers a driving force in Tampa Bay Buccaneers' turnaround - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog- ESPN
Robert Ayers' no-nonsense approach is helping transform a "terrible" Bucs defensive line into one with a winning mentality.

Saints, Bucs headed in opposite directions in NFC South - ESPN Video
Jeff Saturday and Tedy Bruschi question why New Orleans would trade away Brandin Cooks, while Louis Riddick and Field Yates like what Tampa Bay has done to get Jameis Winston more help.

Ryan Fitzpatrick likes Bucs weapons, believes he's a good fit | Tampa Bay Times
Ryan Fitzpatrick’s experience playing for six other NFL teams is what made him attractive to the Bucs as a backup to starter Jameis Winston. But if he has to play, the former Jets quarterback is happy about all the weapons on Tampa Bay’s offense.