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"Definitely Needed" - JoeBucsFan.com
Ownership address the selection of RoJo.

"If There's A Dial We Can Turn Another Notch, We're Turning It Another Notch." - JoeBucsFan.com
Preaching urgency at OBP.

Bucs Come Together to Raise Awareness, $130,000 During Cut for a Cure
The Buccaneers raised $130,000 for the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation at the 6th Annual Cut for a Cure thanks to an organization-wide effort.

Cover 3: Are Yards After Catch Mandatory For WR Evans In Bucs Offense? | Pewter Report
In this week's Cover 3, Trevor Sikkema gets into the stats and the film to explain the mystery of why Bucs WR Mike Evans doesn't get much yards after catch.

Where should Bucs players be drafted in fantasy football? - Tampa Bay Times
It's still really too early to think about fantasy football drafts, but preseason rankings and draft guides are starting to emerge, so it's time for an annual question: How high is too high to take Bucs players in your fantasy league?

President Donald Trump replaced the Eagles’ Super Bowl celebration with a rally seemingly no fans attended - SBNation.com
This was ... interesting.

The NFL has no one to blame for Donald Trump’s attacks but itself - SBNation.com
The NFL tried capitulation, but the league would’ve been better off having principles and standing up for them.

How to tell if your White House ceremony is filled with real Philly fans - SBNation.com
Nine simple steps to determine whether or not you’ve got actual Eagles fans in the house.

Gronkowski on wanting a new deal: 'Who wouldn't?' - NFL.com
Rob Gronkowski returned to the New England Patriots facility on Tuesday for mandatory minicamp. Gronk provided little detail about contract negotiations but admitted he'd like a new deal.

Giants GM Dave Gettleman diagnosed with lymphoma - NFL.com
New York Giants general manager Dave Gettleman announced Tuesday he has been diagnosed with lymphoma. The 67-year-old says he intends to keep working during treatment.