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Dirk Koetter Detects Frustration, Improvement In Jameis - JoeBucsFan.com
Joe spent a lot of time through training camp studying Jameis Winston, America’s Quarterback, when he’s on the practice sidelines.

Adjusting To The New Rules - JoeBucsFan.com
It seems Bucs hard-hitting linebacker Kwon Alexander is somewhere in-between on the ends of the spectrum of the new rules.

Buccaneers: Gerald McCoy believes hungry D-line is ready to feast - USA Today
The Buccaneers ranked last in sacks and passing yards allowed in 2017. But Tampa Bay believes a few key additions could make its front a strength this year.

Wait, what? Sporting News projects Bucs to go 1-15 in 2018 - Tampa Bay Times
Here's the thing: If you're going to project records for all 32 NFL teams, somebody, somewhere is going to be the worst team in football.

SR's Fab 5: Bucs Contract Extensions Coming; Will Smith Get Franchise Tag? | Pewter Report
The Bucs plan on extending the contracts for MLB Kwon Alexander and LG Ali Marpet this summer, and may use the franchise tag on LT Donovan Smith.

Robert Griffin III calls NFL return an 'emotional day' - NFL.com
Lamar Jackson was the attraction, but Robert Griffin III proved to be the better quarterback Thursday. After spending a year out of the NFL, Griffin was emotional following his impressive night.

Suh: 'I always mark the calendar' for Sam Bradford - NFL.com
Ndamukong Suh has held a serious grudge against Sam Bradford ever since the quarterback was drafted ahead of him 2010. Suh can't wait to meet Bradford on the field in Week 2.

Bears vs. Ravens results: 10 moments that defined the Hall of Fame game - SBNation.com
Welcome back, football.

Randy Moss’ teammates, opponents share the 2018 NFL Hall of Famer they knew - SBNation.com
According to coaches, opponents, and former teammates, first-ballot Hall of Famer Randy Moss deserves only one label: The NFL’s best receiver.

NFL helmet rule might not be as bad as we thought - SBNation.com
Is the NFL’s vague new rule about helmet hits going to be a disaster? Not necessarily, says retired NFL lineman Geoff Schwartz.