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Daily Bucs Links: All-time greats

On the Bucs’ best players ever, and more.

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DeAndre Hopkins will remind everyone how good he really is -
Hopkins’ play suffered thanks to a bad QB situation last year. But one of the league’s best receivers is due for a major bounce-back.

Mike McCarthy is holding back the Packers, says disgruntled but correct former employee -
Greg Jennings offered a very candid assessment for why the Packers have won the Super Bowl just once with Aaron Rodgers.

DeAngelo Williams has 4 teams he won’t play for in 2017, including the Cowboys -
"That fan base in general can’t handle defeat."

The Saints are donating $25,000 to Jarrius Robertson, a 15-year-old superfan fighting a liver disease -
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell will match the gift.

Samuel L. Jackson REALLY didn’t want the Patriots to win Team of the Year at the ESPYs -
Can you blame him?

5 reasons Falcons pass rusher Takk McKinley will be your new favorite NFL player -
He dances, oversleeps, has a dog named Codeine ... AND he’s a pretty good pass rusher.

Gil Brandt's Top 10 LBs of All-Time
Check out how former NFL executive Gil Brandt ranks his top 10 linebacker to ever play the game.

GMFB: Jameis Winston Can be QB1 in Fantasy
NFL Network's Kay Adams talks about why Winston is the most intriguing QB going into 2017.

Several Bucs Among NFL's All-Time Greats
Where do Derrick Brooks, John Lynch, Lee Roy Selmon and other legendary Buccaneers stand among the all-time greats?

Watch: Buccaneers Insider Live, July 12
Senior Writer/Editor Scott Smith and Team Insider Casey Phillips report live from One Buccaneer Place.

PR’s Greatest All-Time Buccaneers: 16-20 | Pewter Report is counting down the best Bucs off all time and we offer up the No. 16-20 best Bucs in team history with commentary.

Best Moments on ESPYS the Red Carpet - ESPN Video
A look at some of the best moments on the ESPYS red carpet with Adam Schefter and Jay Williams.

$1.8 billion: Forbes values Bucs as world's No. 47 sports team | Tampa Bay Times
Forbes has released its annual ranking of the top 50 sports franchises in the world, and the Bucs check in at No. 47, with a valuation of $1.8 billion, up 19 percent from last year.

Warrick Dunn: Jameis Winston is leading in community | Tampa Bay Times
You'd be hard-pressed to find a Bucs player who's been more synonymous with giving back to the community than former Tampa Bay running back Warrick Dunn, so it carries significant weight for him to say he's impressed by what Jameis Winston is doing as a leader and in the community.