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On Brad Culpepper’s Survivor stint, and more.

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Chip Kelly returning to college football ... as a studio analyst for ESPN - SBNation.com
We’ll see him in a different spot than usual next football season.

Brandin Cooks, Josh Norman hope NFL now allows their bow and arrow celebrations - SBNation.com
The NFL’s relaxed rules for celebrations still penalize the mimicry of a weapon. That likely includes a bow and arrow.

Jets will reportedly hire Collette Smith as 1st female coach in team history - SBNation.com
Smith will be working with New York’s defensive backs.

Ricardo Lockette had an emotional reunion with the paramedics who saved his life - SBNation.com
This is amazing.

Odell Beckham Jr. doesn’t need to be at OTAs, but it’s better for the Giants when he is - SBNation.com
Beckham’s teammates could benefit from having his energy and approach at practices.

Roger Goodell reached out to Chad Johnson for advice on changing celebration rules - SBNation.com
Johnson knows a thing or two about being penalized and fined for celebrations.

Former Buc Runner-Up on Survivor
Brad Culpepper, who played defensive tackle for the Buccaneers from 1994-99, came in second on the reality TV show Survivor: Game Changers, which aired its finale on Wednesday night.

Justin Evans Inks Rookie Deal
S Justin Evans, a second-round pick out of Texas A&M who expects to battle for a starting job as a rookie, signed his first NFL contract Thursday, leaving the team with only one unsigned rookie.

Doug Martin Took "Journey of Self-Development"
RB Doug Martin describes his time at a treatment facility as a journey that made him into a stronger individual, on and off the field, and he's glad it has brought him back to the football field.

Bucs' Sweezy Ready to Make up For Lost Time | Pewter Report
Bucs guard J.R. Sweezy is back and healthy after sitting out last season with a back injury. Sweezy says he is ready to make up for lost time.

Hard to believe NFL overtime change is about player safety | Tampa Bay Times
If someone's house was engulfed in flames, would you hand him a fire extinguisher?Of course not.