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On Ronde Barber and Warren Sapp, and more.

Warren Sapp and Ronde Barber smile Photo By Grant Halverson/Getty Images

James Harrison’s workout involves pushing 1,800 pounds of weights on a sled -

Marshawn Lynch is saving an Oakland soul food institution by buying it -
This is awesome!

One Dozen Debates: O-Line Shuffle
The move of Ali Marpet from guard to center means the Bucs will likely have a new starting O-Line combination in 2017, from which they will be looking for improved results.

WATCH: New Hard Knocks Trailer
HBO's latest trailer for Hard Knocks.

Join Bucs Safety Tandy And Pewter Report At Ford's Garage Brandon On Tuesday | Pewter Report
Bucs starting safety Keith Tandy will be our guest at Ford's Garage in Brandon on Tuesday for thr live taping of the Pewter Nation podcast.

Injuries raise questions in Tampa Bay Buccaneers' lineup projection
While injuries muddle the picture at some positions, the Buccaneers enjoy more depth at several key spots than they have had in years.

Warren Sapp has firsthand advice as Bucs try to toughen up | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — It was a molten morning, surface of Mercury, on the football field at Skyway Park, near Tampa International Airport. Hall of Fame defensive tackle Warren Sapp was working with some of the Bucs' defensive linemen. HBO Hard Knocks crews followed them. Training camp was a week away. Sapp pointed to quarterback Jameis Winston, drenched in sweat, throwing spirals to assorted teammates.

Ronde Barber: Want intimidation? Look at past Bucs teams | Tampa Bay Times
As part of our Bucs badass jamboree, sports columnist Martin Fennelly spoke with former Bucs Pro Bowl cornerback Ronde Barber, who played all 16 of his NFL seasons in Tampa Bay and was part of the Bucs' Super Bowl championship team in 2002, a decidedly BA bunch.