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Mike Williams, Chargers’ 1st-round pick, may miss 2017 season due to herniated disk - SBNation.com
Williams’ rookie campaign may not start until 2018 after his second serious injury in three years.

Malik McDowell injured in ATV accident and Seahawks don’t know when he’ll return - SBNation.com
The rookie is currently under medical care in Michigan, where the accident occurred.

Bucs Sign Marqueston Huff, Jhajuan Seales
Tampa Bay's first roster moves of training camp include the signings of veteran safety Marqueston Huff and rookie wideout Jhajuan Seales.

Doug Martin Playing with Chip on His Shoulder
Camp Notes: RB Doug Martin is highly motivated to prove all over again what he's capable of doing…Plus, the safety competition remains hot and Monday will bring a welcome addition to practice.

3 Players to Watch at Camp, July 31
A few players to keep an eye on during Monday's training camp practice.

Conte's Bucs Training Camp Diary: We Have Some Real Playmakers On Offense | Pewter Report
Follow Chris Conte on his journey to improve as a player, keep his starting job and help get the Bucs into the playoffs in his Training Camp Diary.

Bucs Camp MVP 7-30: Spence Explodes | Pewter Report
Bucs defensive end Noah Spence had a great day on Sunday, beating left tackle Donovan Smith repeatedly to be PewterReport.com's Bucs Camp MVP.

Bucs Camp Recap 7-30: The Unlikely Heroes Steal The Show | Pewter Report
On day three of Bucs training camp, it was the unlikely heroes who made the headlines. See which depth players put their names front and center on Sunday.

Koetter's Quotes 7-30: Defensive Effort, WR Battle And More | Pewter Report
Bucs head coach Dirk Koetter spoke with the media following the third day of training camp on Sunday and answered a number of questions from reporters.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers GM -- Jason Licht -- Doug Martin might not return as starter
When Doug Martin returns from his suspension this coming season, it's not guaranteed he will be doing so as the Buccaneers' starting running back, general manager Jason Licht told ESPN's Dan Graziano.

Buccaneers RB Doug Martin says suspension won't impact approach - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog- ESPN
Doug Martin arrived at camp in top shape and says he owes it to the team to be at his best after he misses the first three games.

Bucs to use committee approach in Doug Martin's absence - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog- ESPN
With RB Doug Martin suspended for the first three games, the Bucs have several options they can turn to, led by Jacquizz Rodgers and Charles Sims.

Buccaneers' DeSean Jackson still speedy after all these years - NFL Nation- ESPN
Expected to make a difference on Tampa Bay's young and diverse offense, receiver DeSean Jackson has yet to lose a step at 30 years of age.

Score Bucs' place-kicker job between Roberto Aguayo and Nick Folk tied | Tampa Bay Times
The Bucs place-kicking battle between Roberto Aguayo and Nick Folk will play out until September.

Bucs' Vernon Hargreaves feels healthier as he enters second season | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Jackie Hargreaves, so blessed to have her son Vernon drafted to play in his native Tampa with the Bucs, couldn't help but notice he wasn't coming home as much this offseason.

Bucs journal: J.J. Wilcox gets chance at added role for Bucs | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — With solid depth at safety, the Bucs are giving newcomer J.J. Wilcox at look as a nickel defensive back, a challenge the free agent likes as an added role.

Nothing guaranteed, but Doug Martin is preparing to play with Bucs | Tampa Bay Times
Running back Doug Martin is taking reps with the starting offense and working as if he is preparing to play in the regular-season opener at Miami Sept. 10.

Score Bucs' place-kicker job between Roberto Aguayo and Nick Folk tied | Tampa Bay Times
The Bucs place-kicking battle between Roberto Aguayo and Nick Folk will play out until September.