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Daily Bucs Links: Kwon Alexander’s tattoo

Alexander pays tribute to his brother, and more.

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Randy Moss didn't even need to line up correctly to catch a 50-yard TD from Tom Brady -
Nobody could stop the 2007 Patriots, even when the offense had to improvise.

Ezekiel Elliott involved in late-night incident at Dallas bar -
No arrests were reported in connection to the altercation.

Trumaine Johnson doesn’t sign long-term deal with Rams, just as expected -
The Rams cornerback will play under the franchise tag for the second year in a row.

Kirk Cousins didn’t sign a long-term deal with Washington. What’s next for both sides? -
Get ready for eight months of rumors about Cousins reuniting with Kyle Shanahan in San Francisco.

Lucky Whitehead says his dog has been stolen and held for ransom -
The Cowboys receiver turned to Instagram for help on Monday.

How much money is too much to pay an NFL quarterback? -
Quarterback contracts aren’t the burden they once were. Just pay up.

Broncos fans disappointed by team's new policy to revoke season tickets -
Jim and Amber Hayes are lifelong Broncos fans, but they’re no longer season ticket holders thanks to a new team policy.

Why the Panthers fired general manager Dave Gettleman -
Retired NFL lineman and former Panther Geoff Schwartz has some thoughts on Carolina’s decision to fire their GM in July.

2017 might be the Steelers’ last chance with Le’Veon Bell and Ben Roethlisberger -
Le’Veon Bell doesn’t have a contract, which means the Steelers’ one-year clock starts now.

One Dozen Debates: Safety Depth Chart
The Buccaneers appear to have four prime candidates for two starting safety positions, and the competitors will begin that battle when camp opens on July 28.

Bucs' Monday Mailbag: Kicking Competition, Success In 2017, If Winston A Gator? | Pewter Report
It is time for another edition of the Bucs’ Monday Mailbag, where answers reader submitted questions each and every Monday.

Players Ink: Kwon Alexander remembers brother on his back | Tampa Bay Times
If you know anything about Kwon Alexander, you know how inspired and motivated the third-year Bucs linebacker has been by the tragic loss of his brother Broderick, who was shot and killed just days before a Bucs-Falcons game during Alexander's rookie year.