Report: Jameis Winston braces for a suspension – ProFootballTalk
The investigation regarding Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston remains open. Whenever it closes, the final decision could indeed be a suspension. Via JoeBucsFan.
Report: Jameis Winston Bracing for NFL to Suspend Him for Up to 3 Games | Bleacher Report | Latest News, Videos and Highlights
When the Tampa Bay Buccaneers open the 2018 NFL season against the New Orleans Saints on Sept. 9, they could be doing so without their franchise quarterback under center.
Hoping D-Line Is Dominant - JoeBucsFan.com
The way the NFC South and the Bucs secondary are constructed, Joe sure hopes the new-look defensive line of the Bucs is world class.
Money-Down Musings - JoeBucsFan.com
The Bucs are no longer relying on Noah Spence to lead their assault on opposing quarterbacks … and that’s a good thing.
Buccaneers’ Charles Sims: Fighting for roster spot - CBSSports.com
Buccaneers’ Charles Sims: Fighting for roster spot
2018 Bucs’ Opponent in Question: Philadelphia Eagles - Buccaneers.com
The Super Bowl LII Champions are coming to town for the Buccaneers’ home opener. Check out a couple quick facts about the birds as look at all the Bucs’ 2018 opponents.
Falcons DB Ricardo Allen: Calvin Ridley 'the real deal' - NFL.com
Lost in the offseason hubbub regarding Julio Jones' holdout, rookie receiver Calvin Ridley has turned heads of teammates during workouts.
Tom Brady hints at age 45 retirement on Instagram - NFL.com
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady told Oprah his retirement would come "sooner rather than later." And then the star QB hinted on Instagram when that might be.
Answering NFL offseason questions from Julio Jones’ holdout to the Browns winning a game - SBNation.com
Wednesday’s Rise ‘n Grind answers the annoying NFL questions that are popping up everywhere this offseason. Plus, Tom Brady says he’s going to play until he’s 45 and everyone is reading too far into it.
Why Carson Wentz, Deshaun Watson will rebound in 2018 from ACL surgery - SBNation.com
Quarterbacks who have suffered ACL tears recently in the NFL have done just fine in their returns.
The Browns are confident they’ll be good in 2018. Maybe too confident - SBNation.com
Linebacker Christian Kirksey says the Browns "will be in the playoffs this year."