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The Crow’s Nest: A defensive change, Winston/Evans workout, and trading for Rosen

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Why the Bucs are changing defenses
The transition from 4-3 to a 3-4 alignment should be seamless under defensive coordinator Todd Bowles, who likes to blitz.

Guess which Bucs QB holds the record for longest pass completion
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have never been a franchise known for their stellar fraternity of quarterbacks.

Assessing The Draft Needs -
When players start taking numbers to get into the trainer’s room, that’s when NFL teams are exposed.

Buccaneers should absolutely consider trading for QB Josh Rosen

Winston, Evans and Howard Get Extra Workouts at Texas A&M Before Phase I of the Bucs Offseason Program Begins | Carmen Catches Up
AdventHealth Training Center is busy again with the return of players for voluntary workouts. Plus Jameis Winston, Mike Evans and O.J. Howard apparently couldn’t wait, getting in extra work at Texas A&M’s facilities prior to being back in the building on

Gerald McCoy Continues To Grind -
No matter where you stand on Gerald McCoy, it’s safe to say the Buccaneers have botched the public handling of the six-time Pro Bowler, and the private handling, too.

Arians Confident Leftwich Is Ready To Lead Bucs Offense | Pewter Report
In a critical year for the franchise, and a critical year for quarterback Jameis Winston, new Bucs head coach Bruce Arians is taking a bit of a gamble by turning the offensive coordinator and play calling duties to a mostly inexperienced Byron Leftwhich.