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Bucs’ Gerald McCoy shows off Batman-themed Rolls Royce - Tampa Bay Times
Gerald McCoy will pull up to training camp in a new Rolls Royce sporting a Batman logo on the hood.

Yes, Jameis Winston can set Bucs career passing records in 2018 | tbo.com
Bucs QB Jameis Winston, still only 24 years old, can set franchise career records for passing yards and touchdown passes this season.

Year Three Goals for Noah Spence and the 2016 Draft Class - Buccaneers.com
Just as members of the Bucs' Class of 2017 have a chance to make a Year Two leap in 2018, several 2016 draftees could make a bigger impact by meeting some reasonable goals for this season.

The Future Of Kwon - JoeBucsFan.com
If one is to take a gander past the 2018 season, there are all sorts of question marks with the Bucs.

Jurrell Casey plans to protest on field during anthem - NFL.com
Tennessee Titans defensive end Jurrell Casey says he plans to protest on the field during the national anthem before games this season and "take my fine."

Former Jets CB Darrelle Revis retiring after 11 seasons - NFL.com
The starry, wondrously unique career of Darrelle Revis has come to an end. The seven-time Pro Bowl cornerback announced his retirement from the NFL on Wednesday.

Antonio Brown is the 'Madden 19' cover athlete - NFL.com
Business is boomin'. The Steelers All-Pro WR is the latest NFL star to grace the cover of Madden. Hear AB's thoughts on the honor and see what makes his cover historic.

Salute to Darrelle Revis, a cornerback who won big even when he lost - SBNation.com
Darrelle Revis called it quits, so we took a look back at his career

Randy Gregory is back in the NFL; Brandin Cooks won’t be traded again - SBNation.com
Brandin Cooks’ third team in three years decided to pay him like a No. 1 receiver and lock him up for the long-term. Wednesday’s Rise ‘n Grind takes a look at Cooks’ new deal in comparison to other top receivers.