2018 NFL Draft Grades: Buccaneers get a B+ for taking Vita Vea after trading down - CBSSports.com
The Bucs traded down to No. 12 and wound up with a massive defensive tackle to help their run defense
Hey, Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans, here are 5 things you need to know about Vita Vea | The Seattle Times
After a career at UW of harassing quarterbacks and amassing accolades, Vita Vea became the fifth Husky in the past four years to be drafted in the first round. Don't know much about the newest Buc? You won't for long.
Buccaneers draft Washington DT Vita Vea in first round | KOMO
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are intent on building a defense capable of helping quarterback Jameis Winston end the team's long playoff drought.Tackle Vita Vea is the latest addition to a reconstructed unit that's been a liability for most o
Buccaneers take Washington DT Vita Vea with 12th overall pick – ProFootballTalk
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers managed to trade back five spots in the first round and still get one of the top defensive linemen in this year's class. With the 12th overall pick, the Buccaneers took Washington defensive tackle Vita Vea.
The 2018 NFL Draft’s 12 coolest moments so far - SBNation.com
Keeping track of the best and funniest moments, with more added here throughout the weekend
NFL draft 2018: Grades from the 1st round - SBNation.com
It’s the year of the QB! So we’re told!
Baker Mayfield drafted No. 1 overall by Browns - NFL.com
Cleveland's wholly unpredictable path toward the first-overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft reached its final destination Thursday night with the selection of quarterback Baker Mayfield.
Ravens trade up to take Lamar Jackson at No. 32 - NFL.com
Former Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson was selected by the Baltimore Ravens with the No. 32 overall pick, a selection they acquired in a trade with the Philadelphia Eagles.
Ryan Shazier announces Steelers' first-round pick - NFL.com
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier announced the team's first-round selection -- Terrell Edmunds -- at the 2018 NFL Draft in Dallas. Shazier suffered a spinal injury in December.