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Daily Bucs Links: Pro Bowl Kwon

On the Bucs’ latest Pro Bowler, and more.

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The Minneapolis Miracle would not have happened if this fan had not taken off his pants -
We believe!

Sean Payton trolls Vikings, does ‘Skol’ chant before Stefon Diggs’ TD -
He probably should have waited on that one.

Eagles fan arrested for repeatedly punching police horse in the face -
Don’t punch horses.

Everson Griffen’s reaction to the Vikings winning is perfect -
Same, Everson. Same.

NFL playoff picks 2018: Who do experts think will make Super Bowl LII? -
They favor the Vikings over the Eagles, but are evenly split on Jaguars vs. Patriots.

2017 Player Recap: Gerald McCoy
Defensive tackle Gerald McCoy was selected to his sixth consecutive Pro Bowl after a quietly productive 2017 season.

Practice Squad Pays Off for Bucs
By the end of 2017, nearly 20% of Tampa Bay's active roster was made up of players who had been promoted from the practice squad, and they collectively made their mark

Kwon Alexander Headed to the Pro Bowl!
Buccaneers LB Kwon Alexander has been named to his first Pro Bowl as a replacement for the injured Bobby Wagner…Alexander will join teammate Gerald McCoy in the Jan. 28 all-star game.

Mic'd Up: Best of the 2017 Season
Hear some of the best mic'd up moments from the Bucs' 2017 season.

2018 East-West Shrine Practice Recap Day 2 (With Video) | Pewter Report
On day two of East-West Shrine Week, there were a few new standouts among both rosters, and a few players who solidified that they're the best of the bunch.

Bucs GM Licht Clarifies "Cringed" Remark From Times' Article | Pewter Report
Tampa Bay Bucs general manager Jason Licht clarified his remarks in Monday's Tampa Bay Times about "cringing" at expectations last year.

Tampa Bay Bucs' Kwon Alexander to replace Bobby Wagner in Pro Bowl
In 12 games in 2017, Kwon Alexander finished with 97 combined tackles, 70 of them solo, and made three interceptions.

NFL playoffs 2018: Jaguars talked their shit after beating the Steelers -
The Jaguars had plenty to say about the Steelers after a playoff win that many Pittsburgh players dismissed as a possibility.