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On the Bucs’ first day of minicamp, and more.

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NFL will never have a team like the Warriors - SBNation.com
There’s a level of dominance in the NBA by Golden State that we’ll never see in the NFL.

Christian Hackenberg threw a pass that was worse than we could have imagined - SBNation.com
It’s a three-way quarterback competition in New York, and Hackenberg may be playing himself right out of it.

LeSean McCoy was so confident in the Warriors he bet $200,000 on them - SBNation.com
The payout wasn’t big with the Warriors heavily favored, but it was a bet of confidence more than anything.

Falcons’ offense shouldn’t take a step back under Steve Sarkisian - SBNation.com
Kyle Shanahan has moved on, but things should stay fundamentally the same in 2017 with Atlanta’s new offensive coordinator.

What if every mascot from recent champion teams fought to the death? - SBNation.com
It’s time to find out who the ultimate champion is.

Lawrence Okoye turns down Oxford education for Dolphins training camp - SBNation.com
Lawrence Okoye has been chasing his NFL dream for four years, but is willing to pass on other opportunities to keep after it.

Super Bowl MVP Doug Williams gets promotion, but there's still no GM in Washington - SBNation.com
Washington restructured the front office but isn’t specifically replacing Scot McCloughan.

Aqib Talib mocking Kevin Durant for joining the Warriors is delightfully hypocritical - SBNation.com
Talib got eliminated in the conference final by the team that would go on to lose in the championship. In the following offseason, Talib signed with said team, and eventually helped them win it all.

5 Takeaways from Mini-Camp, June 13
A few notes from the first day of mini-camp at One Buccaneer Place.

Watch: Bucs Press Conferences, June 13
Members of the Buccaneers spoke to the media on Tuesday.

Bucs Beat: Mini-Camp Day 1
Team Insider Casey Phillips wraps up a busy day at One Buccaneer Place.

Watch: Bucs Mini-Camp Highlights, June 13
Highlights from Tuesday's Mini-Camp practice.

Bucs LB Bond Hoping To Bring What He Learned As A Sooner To New LB Position | Pewter Report
Tampa Bay Buccaneers LB Devante Bond is hoping to bring what he learned as an Oklahoma Sooner to the Bucs new SAM linebacker position.

Grimes Pumped For 2017; Bucs Need More From Secondary | Pewter Report
The Tampa Bay Bucs should expect the same high level of play from CB Brent Grimes, but the secondary needs to play better from start to finish in 2017.

Winston Getting In Work With New Bucs WR Jackson | Pewter Report
Tampa Bay Bucs quarterback Jameis Winston spent much of Tuesday familiarizing himself with new WR DeSean Jackson during the first day of mini-camp.

Bucs Mini-Camp Practice Report 6-13: Defense Wins The Day | Pewter Report
The Bucs held the first of their three day mandatory mini-camp on Monday at One Bucs and according to Dirk Koetter, the defense stole the show.

Cover 3: Becoming Alexander The Great; Can Beckwith Contribute In Year One? | Pewter Report
In this week's Cover 3, Trevor Sikkema of PewterReport.com goes in-depth on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' LSU linebackers Kwon Alexander and Kendell Beckwith.

Washington Redskins promote Doug Williams, Eric Schaffer
Doug Williams, a veteran of 20 NFL seasons as both a player and in front-office roles, was promoted to senior vice president of player personnel by the Redskins.

'Overlooked' Tampa Bay Buccaneers D stealing the show this offseason - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog- ESPN
The Bucs have invested a lot of resources in the offense, but the defense "has won more than they've lost" this offseason, according to Dirk Koetter.

Five things to take away from the Bucs mandatory minicamp | Tampa Bay Times

Bucs' ball-hawking defense could help Winston limit his turnovers | Tampa Bay Times
Jameis Winston has an impressive-looking group of weapons on offense for 2017. With Mike Evans, Cameron Brate and new additions OJ Howard and Desean Jackson to throw to, he may be perfectly set to take his game up a level in his third year.

Bucs believe Donovan Smith will become a premier left tackle | Tampa Bay Times
"It's a big responsibility. I think Donovan has the correct makeup, the proper makeup to play that position.'' Dirk Koetter, Bucs coach TAMPA