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Daily Bucs Links: Completion percentage

On Jameis Winston’s completion percentage, and more.

NFL: Tampa Bay Buccaneers-Minicamp Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Should the NFL’s 2016 rookies be worried about a sophomore slump? -
Not necessarily.

49ers have hope for the future, just not in 2017 -
Kyle Shanahan and John Lynch were handed a bare cupboard in Santa Clara. But the plan is to rebuild, not to win now.

Congratulations to these 5 QBs, who have the best receiving corps of their careers in 2017 -
Marcus Mariota, Eli Manning, and others have a lot of talent around them going into this season.

Marshawn Lynch is giving free haircuts to kids in Oakland with good grades -
A fresh cut is enough incentive for good grades.

What kind of roster could an expansion NFL franchise put together? -
If the NFL launched a 33rd team (yes, we know it won’t), how would it fare in the 2017 offseason?

Former Patriots and Chiefs tackle Ryan O’Callaghan comes out as gay - Outsports
O’Callaghan had always planned to commit suicide after football, until Kansas City Chiefs staffers stepped in.

See Your Bucs: Open Practices Begin July 28
The Buccaneers will hold 13 practices during training camp and the preseason that are open to the public, beginning on the morning of Friday, July 28, the first day of camp.

What We Learned from Offseason Workouts
Four takeaways from the Buccaneers' OTAs and mini-camp.

Bucs Beat: Discussing Camp Dates
Team Insider Casey Phillips wraps up a busy day at One Buccaneer Place.

Cover 3: Size Matters; An Intro To Tu'ikolovatu And Doing The Dirty Work | Pewter Report
In this week's Cover 3 column, Trevor SIkkema of wraps up the Bucs draft class by taking a film look at Tu'ikolovatu and why size matters.

Tom Jones: If Warren Sapp is worried about NFL safety, we all should be worried | Tampa Bay Times
Warren Sapp is the baddest man Tampa Bay has ever known.

Jameis Winston's completion percentage: Don't worry about it | Tampa Bay Times
With 24 seconds left against the Rams last season, Jameis Winston spotted Vincent Jackson open down the right sideline.