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Bucs’ Arians On Team Intensity: “There Ain’t Enough Fire In The World”
It was Ndamukong Suh’s first practice as a Tampa Bay Buccaneer on Tuesday, coinciding with the first of three mandatory mini-camp practices for the Bucs. This meant that Bruce Arians had every player present for the first time, which saw a rise in intensity.

Bucs Mini-Camp Takeaways: Day One
The big news of the day was obviously that it was defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh’s first practice with his new team.

2019 Roster Reset: Cornerbacks
Ryan Smith, a fourth-year cornerback drafted in the fourth round in 2016, is 25 years old, having hit that quarter-century mark last September. Smith is still very much a young player, and he also happens to be the oldest cornerback on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ roster.

Yes, even Evan Smith understands Suh’s fire
In the NFL, enemies become friendlies.

Rookie DBs Ready to Hit the Ground Running
There are no challenge flags in practice, so Mike Edwards gets to keep his game ball.

Just About Everything Jameis Winston Did At Practice Today
Interceptions — and near ones — were just a tiny part of Jameis Winston’s full practice day.

“Lot Of Effort, Lot Of Attention To Detail”
Joe has been impressed by Bucco Bruce Arians consistently saying he’s very happy overall with what he sees in practice.