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Time For "The Catch," Tampa Style -
Reflecting on NFL history while looking ahead to the Buccaneers future.

"Realistic Threats For Double-Digit Wins" -
An NFL Media member likes the Bucs chances.

2018 Bucs Roster Reset: Offensive Line -
The Buccaneers return enough experienced starters to easily fill a front five, but there will definitely be some changes to the lineup, two of them prompted by a key free agent signing

Bucs rookie CB Carlton Davis making a good first impression - Tampa Bay Times
Bucs rookie Carlton Davis has spent the past month getting a crash course in playing cornerback in the NFL.

Bucs hope red-headed brawler Ryan Jensen fixes O-line woes - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog- ESPN
With his fiery-red hair, penchant for BBQ and starting fights in practice, the Bucs are harnessing their new center's mean streak to impact change.

Malcolm Jenkins silently uses posters to respond to Donald Trump’s lies -
Malcolm Jenkins told the media "you aren’t listening" in a silent presser Wednesday.

President Donald Trump replaced Eagles’ celebration with parody of patriotism -
What took place on the South Lawn was an organized political sham.

Ryan Shazier: 'My dream is to come back and play' -
Steelers LB Ryan Shazier held his first press conference Wednesday since he suffered a spinal injury in Week 13 of the 2017 season. Shazier made it clear he remains hopeful to continue playing.

Ravens lose two OTA sessions after rules violation -
The Baltimore Ravens will lose the final two organized team activities sessions this week due to an undisclosed violation, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.

Jenkins silently uses signs to bring attention to issues -
Two days after the White House canceled the Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl victory celebration, safety Malcolm Jenkins used Wednesday's media session to once bring attention to issues of social injustice.